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Caramel Apple cupcakes


Picture caramel apple pie, only in cupcake form. No, make that upside down cupcake form. Yes, you read that right. These caramel apple cupcakes start off with a yellow cake mix that is prepared according to its included instructions. Once you have that base, the fun begins. Butter, brown sugar and canned fried apples (yes, they do exist!) are placed on the bottom of each cupcake liner. The batter is poured over them. Bake, let cool, remove the liners and serve apple side up. No frosting required.
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Strawberry Daiquiri Cupcakes


Nothing says “summer!” like a fruit flavored beverage, whether it contains alcohol or not. These strawberry daiquiri cupcakes fall into the first category, since the batter has actual strawberry daiquiri mix and rum in it. (The addition of these things turns them into an adults-only treat as well.) Red food coloring is used in order to carry out the theme, as are the umbrella toppers. However, what really gives these cupcakes a kick is the rum buttercream frosting!
Source Tide & Thyme

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Mimosa Cupcakes: The Best Sunday Brunch Cupcakes


Like its namesake in the beverage world, this innocent looking lick of lusciousness has a delightfully wicked side. The well-loved, classic cocktail consisting of champagne and well-chilled orange juice, is traditionally served in a champagne flute with brunch to help ease the previous night’s indulgence. True to form, this dessert equivalent is an orange cupcake with champagne syrup drizzled inside, topped with a champagne frosting and a little orange rind. Light and subtle with a little secret.
Source Cupcake Project

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Cherry Limeade Cupcakes


Cherry and lime are two summery fruits whose flavors go together splendidly. The only issue is how to combine them? In this case, there are two sets of cupcakes and frostings – one is a cherry cupcake with lime frosting, and the other is a lime cupcake with cherry frosting. The cherry cupcakes are flavored with maraschino cherry juice, while the lime ones have both lime zest and lime juice. The frosting is also the best of both worlds. The lesson to be learned here? If you can’t decide – make them both!
Source House Wives of Riverton

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Ombre Lemon Cupcakes With Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting


If you’ve been looking for a great lemon cupcake recipe, but found most of them to be too complicated, then look no further than these ombre lemon cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting. The batter is made from a white cake mix, which is prepared according to the instructions – except for the addition of lemon extract and yellow food coloring. The frosting is a lemon cream cheese, with more lemon extract and yellow food coloring. Top with a few candied lemon slices and enjoy!
Source Love From the Oven

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Coconut Lime Cupcakes with Coconut Lime Cream Cheese Frosting


These cupcakes were designed with coconut lovers in mind. The batter consists of softened coconut oil (substituted for butter), unsweetened shredded coconut, and coconut milk. If you like limes, then you’ll enjoy the lime zest and lime juice that are in the cupcakes as well. The frosting for these treats contains more of both of these ingredients – most notably, coconut oil, coconut milk, and lime juice. When you combine them with all of the other ingredients, you end up with a very tasty cupcake!
Source Good Life Eats

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Banana Chocolate Chip Coffee Cupcakes


Overripe bananas are nothing to cry over. Instead of throwing them out, turn them into cupcakes! These banana chocolate chip coffee cupcakes contain mashed bananas and chocolate chips, like the name implies. However, they also have chopped walnuts, cinnamon, sour cream, flour, sugar, and several other things. Since they are “coffee cupcakes” (similar to coffee cake) they aren’t frosted. A light sprinkling of sugar on top is all that is needed!
Source Framed Cooks

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Coconut Cupcakes


There’s no such thing as too much coconut. These cupcakes contain coconut extract and cream of coconut, while the frosting has coconut extract as well. To top it all off, they are sprinkled with toasted coconut flakes. Besides the coconut extract, the frosting contains cream cheese and other ingredients, and the batter is also flavored with vanilla extract and buttermilk. The resulting cupcakes are rich, moist and coconut-ty. How will you be able to eat just one?
Source Tide and Thyme

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Strawberry Camo Cupcakes


The “camo” part of these cupcakes has more to do with the wrappers (the outside liners) that they are placed in and less to do with the cupcakes themselves. However, don’t discount the cupcakes just yet – these tasty strawberry cupcakes are quite irresistible. They consist of strawberry puree, pink food coloring, vanilla, almond extract, flour, and several other ingredients. They are topped with a strawberry buttercream frosting, red sprinkles, and some fresh, sliced strawberries.
Source Java Cupcake

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Pineapple Upside-Down Cupcakes


Pineapple Upside Down Cupcakes are the rare treat that do not need frosting or even cupcake liners, for that matter. Instead, these can be assembled right in the cupcake tin, as long as it has been well coated so that they do not stick. The cupcake assembly process starts off with a halved maraschino cherry and some pineapple mixture. (This is made from crushed pineapple, butter, brown sugar and chopped walnuts.) These go on the bottom, and the cupcake batter is poured over them. Bake and serve upside down, of course!
Source The Cake Blog

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