Halloween may still be a few months away, but these Mummy cupcakes will never be out of style no matter what the season is. These Mummy cupcakes are made out of chocolate cakes, with white frosting on the top. The flat Mummy like cover is made out of fondant that is rolled into a surface that is flat. The top part of the fondant is consists of two different colored M&Ms to serve as the eyes of the Mummy cupcakes. Partner these cupcakes with a warm glass of milk to compliment its taste.
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These Halloween Pumpkin cupcakes contain a secret: rainbow vanilla cupcake batter. Of course, you would never know that until you bit into them and tasted them in all of the vanilla buttercream frosted goodness. So, what makes them a Halloween pumpkin? The frosted decorations on the top of each, of course! The buttercream frosting is tinted orange (for the pumpkin face) and the features are “drawn” on in black frosting. A little green frosting is at the top of each face to create the illusion of a stem, or hair, depending on how you look at it!
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Pumpkin cupcakes are an aromatic and full flavored cupcake. Whether featured on a Thanksgiving Dinner table or at a summer time barbeque, these are the perfect dessert. They are not too sweet and they are most definitely not boring with all those rich and flavorful spices. An afternoon tea would be perfectly accompanied by these, as well as a dessert table, a birthday, or just a glass of milk for an afternoon snack.
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With a little creativity, you can make Halloween themed cupcakes that might scare the neighborhood children. Until they bite into them, that is. Start with the cupcake flavors of your choice — you can go with chocolate, vanilla, peanut butter or even something exotic. It is up to you. Then, set up the items needed to decorating the cupcakes: vanilla frosting, food coloring, decorating gel, cookies, cookie crumbs, candy pumpkins… and then get creative!
There’s something about chocolate pumpkin cupcakes that sounds so strange, but tastes so great. The cupcake batter is made of some basic ingredients (flour, eggs, baking soda, salt, sugar) and some more unusual ones (pumpkin puree, orange juice, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice.) Don’t worry – it also contains melted bittersweet chocolate and semi-sweet chocolate chips! Top with pumpkin pie spice frosting after baking, and then add on chocolate-coated wafer cookies to make them look “witchy.”
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Who says that squash is only for pies? With the Yellow Squash Cupcakes, you have attractive, bright yellow cupcakes that are infused with the real goodness of squash. Its moist insides burst with flavor as the treat melts in your mouth. Its essence is complemented by a chocolate cream cheese frosting that is smooth and glossy. Make these for your family and have them indulge in a healthy snack that is just right for your budget.
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Eyeball cupcakes are creepy and cute and a yummy addition to any eerie party theme whether it is Halloween or just kids who enjoy “grossology”. The base is a standard vanilla cupcake baked in a white paper cup and then topped with a vanilla buttercream frosting. Jelly beans cut in half create the iris and red food coloring added to some of the buttercream creates the veins to create a weird eyeball that is lip-smacking good.
Zucchini Ginger cupcakes, made with such distinctive ingredients as fresh lemon zest, coarsely chopped crystallized ginger, olive oil, and grated zucchini is a robust and full flavored cupcake. This is no light weight middle of the road sort of treat. The cream cheese buttercream features cinnamon and ginger as well as lemon zest to incorporate the flavors throughout the dessert creating a perfect complement to any dinner, lunch, or holiday meal.
People who are looking for something new when it comes to cupcakes should definitely try these Diwali cupcakes with carrot halwa and gulab jamun. These cupcakes ate from the Diwali delicacies. This is really a different cupcake to try. People who are not fond of frostings will definitely love these one of a kind cupcake. Instead of putting frosting, a piece of gulab jamun is placed on top of the cupcake which makes it more unique. Pair these cupcakes with a refreshing yogurt shake to add some freshness.
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Say it five times fast, “brown butter pumpkin cupcakes with salted caramel frosting.” Kind of a tongue twister, right? Despite their long and twist-y name, these cupcakes personify autumn in all of its glory. Flavored with cinnamon. nutmeg, cloves, vanilla extract and pumpkin puree, among other things, they are topped with salted caramel buttercream after baking and cooling. For an extra touch of tastiness, drizzle them with salted caramel sauce before serving.
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