Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Anything that combines pumpkin and cream cheese is a winner with me and these cupcakes come out so flavorful and moist but with minimal effort. We didn’t add cinnamon to the frosting but I’m certain it would be wonderful as well.

I dare you to eat just one. Double dog dare ya!

Source: Oh My! Sugar High

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Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes

Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes

Adorable mini cupcakes of Frankenstein and his bride!  These are so much fun to make perfect for any fall party or kid’s activity.  All you need are mini cupcakes, green frosting, sprinkles, candy eyes and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups!

True Halloween love.  If they had hands they would be holding them. These Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes will be the cutest couple at any Halloween party!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Quick and Easy Pumpkin Cupcakes

Quick and Easy Pumpkin Cupcakes

Easy pumpkin cupcakes that start with a cake mix, topped with a rich brown sugar and cream cheese frosting, just in time for fall.

Autumn may not be here yet, but it’s certainly on its way, and the pumpkin spice craze won’t hold off much longer! So we think it’s 100% acceptable to go ahead and indulge, especially when the recipe is this scrumptious.

Source: Taste and Tell

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Milky Way Bar Cupcakes

Milky Way Bar Cupcakes

We’ve posted plenty of recipes for candy bars posing as cupcakes, but this recipe has a little something new. These Milky Way cupcakes aren’t just topped with pieces of Milky Way or baked with a little candy bar goodness inside. Instead, this recipe tops simple, but delicious, yellow cupcakes with Milky Way frosting. Yes, you read that right. You won’t need one single candy bar for the cupcakes themselves, but the frosting recipe calls for 12 ounces of Milky Way. Whether you opt for a few large bars or 12 small ones, this frosting is sure to hit that chocolate sweet tooth in all the right spots.

Source: Taste and Tell

 

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Salted Caramel Cupcakes

Salted Caramel Cupcakes

Sweet and salty is all the rage these days, and these salted caramel cupcakes are a sure winner anywhere you take them. They’re based on a vanilla cake recipe, but tasty, homemade salted caramel sauce kicks these treats to another level. Top them with salted caramel buttercream and a final drizzle of caramel for a collection of cupcakes capable of causing salted caramel overload, which is totally a good thing, right?

Source: Tide & Thyme

 

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Classic Pumpkin Cupcakes

Classic Pumpkin Cupcakes

The “pumpkin spice season” may be over, but for events and gatherings during colder months, you can always rely on pumpkin to come to the rescue (without the toppers, of course). This easy-to-make, classic pumpkin cupcake will never fail you, especially if you top it with the smooth and creamy cream cheese frosting included in the recipe. Autumn, schmautumn. These cupcakes are delectable any time of year, especially…now!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

 

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Butterfinger Cupcakes

Butterfinger Cupcakes

No matter how much you love Butterfinger, it’s impossible to deny the sticky, almost painful mess that is Butterfinger in teeth. If only there were some way to get the delicious flavor of that luscious peanut butter and chocolate combination without the inability to open your mouth for the rest of the day. These Butterfinger cupcakes are the perfect combination of that flavor, without the pain and suffering of Butterfinger aftermath. Topped with a delicious, crunchy Butterfinger frosting to offset the very strong (but delicate) chocolate cake underneath, these are simply a must-make (and a must-eat) for any chocolate / peanut butter lover.

Source: Erica’s Sweet Tooth

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Snickers Cupcakes

Snickers Cupcakes

There’s nothing quite as comforting, during any season, as the perfect candy bar, and Snickers may be just that. Of course, we’re fans of cupcakes as the perfect sweet treat. Thankfully, these Snickers cupcakes combine the best of both worlds with their yummy rich chocolate base and chocolate peanut butter frosting. That combination is enough of a treat in itself, but drizzle your creation with caramel sauce and top it with a slice of Snickers, and there’s just nothing else to be desired. These scrumptious dessert cups are a real crowd-pleaser, especially if you’re indoors braving a cold winter. So make a few extra, in the spirit of giving.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

 

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Double Chocolate Reese’s Pieces Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Reese's Pieces Cupcakes

It’s Friday and officially the season to eat yummy goodies all the time. There are more than enough cupcake recipes to get you through the season with a new one each day, but this glorious recipe is all about Reese’s, which is absolutely alright with me. Along with some Reese’s Pieces worked into the batter and slathered on top, the recipe includes absolutely divine double chocolate batter that will make you cry tears of chocolatey delicious joy. Plus, there’s a lovely layer of chocolate peanut butter frosting on top of this cupcake – what more could you possibly need from a seasonal sweet?

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Pumpkin Snickers Cupcakes

Pumpkin Snickers Cupcakes

A pumpkin cupcake is certainly not hard to find, and neither is a Snickers, but this recipe combines the two glorious flavors into one, promising cupcakes you won’t be able to resist. These delightful morsels are topped with a nugat frosting and chocolate that looks like it took four hours. (It doesn’t…unless you eat it all and have to start over. No one will judge.) Based on sight alone, it would be tough to judge anyone for eating too many – that orange and brown is the perfect combination of delicious.

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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