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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Pumpkin Patch Cupcakes

Pumpkin Patch Cupcakes

Cute, functional, and delicious – that’s a pretty desirable cupcake, if you ask me. These little guys look tasty tasty in addition to actually being tasty. They’re the perfect balance of “how adorable!” and “I need to eat that right now.” Pumpkin is in, and these cupcakes take full advantage of that seasonal flavor while it’s still here. If you need more convincing, just remember the adorable little tootsie roll that is the pumpkin stem and enjoy!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Kit Kat Cupcakes

Kit Kat Cupcakes

Nothing makes a sweet treat (think cupcake) better than combining it with something else delicious. Sometimes this is fruit. Sometimes it’s a flavoring of some sort…and sometimes it’s just more sugary goodness (i.e. chocolate). While these wonderful little morsels are great for that “leftover” Halloween candy you just have “laying” around, they’re also great for any sort of event or just ‘cuz since Kit Kats – yes, you heard me – are available year around at any friendly neighborhood checkout stand. Psst: the secret ingredient is love…or really…some coffee, but still, that’s almost the same thing.

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Slasher Movie Cupcakes

Slasher Movie Cupcakes

It’s hard to argue that slasher movies are great occasions for popcorn, but this little cake in a cup might give that idea a run for its money. This goolish, haunting cupcake makes a GREAT treat for Halloween and will spook up any party without creeping out your guests (hopefully). With a little detail, a fork, and some red food coloring, you can make these already-tasty cupcakes the stars of your party. Paired with a (hopefully fake) knife and some other wonderful treats, these make a great choice for just about any event this eventful candy season.

Source: Baking Bites

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Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

So really, what can you dislike about a pumpkin spice cupcake? The best part, I think, is that it can be used for practically any use this season. With some classy cinnamon on top and festive liners, they make a great Thanksgiving treat. However, if you’re feeling a little spooky, plop a spider on top, add some orange food coloring to your frosting and, BOOM! instant Halloween treat for an awesome party. So whether you’re looking for a classy treat or a spooky one, you know you’ll get nothin’ but delicious out of this cupcake.

Source: What Jessica Baked Next…

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Skeleton Cupcakes

Skeleton Cupcakes

Boo! Did I scare you? No?…You’re no fun. Well, maybe these cupcakes will do the trick with their creepy little skeleton decor, or sour cream and milk base. Yes, sour cream. Are you SURE that doesn’t scare you? Good…because you’d be missing out if it did. The little skeleton on top is just an added bonus and makes these great for just about any Halloween party, especially when paired with an adorable cupcake liner. BOO! – Did I get you THAT time? No?…sigh.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Popcorn Cupcakes with Salted Caramel

Popcorn Cupcakes with Salted Caramel

When one youngster yells, “I want popcorn!” and the other one is screaming, “No, I want cupcakes!,” guess what Mom? You can please them both with a cupcake surprise, just in time for Autumn. These popcorn cupcakes with salted caramel are absolutely delightful. Once the cupcake batter has been baked, the fun begins. They are iced with a caramel flavored buttercream frosting, then enhanced with toffee popcorn pieces. What an amazing idea and real crowd pleaser.

Source: The Baking Explorer

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Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes

Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes

This food experience begins with an Oreo cookie on the bottom and ends with Oreo cookie crumbs infused with vanilla flavoring. So, Oreos. As if this wasn’t enough, top it all off with ganache milk chocolate. This cupcake is so good, it’s difficult to find the right words to pay it homage. The cheesecake filling plays a very important role too, in making this one mighty fine cupcake with staying power long after the last one has gone.

Source: Swanky Recipes

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Poop Emoji Cupcakes

Poop Emoji Cupcakes

No one likes Monday, so it’s only appropriate we share these poop emoji cupcakes on a Monday, right? Yes, they really are edible cupcakes. When you say the name, say it really fast, because no one wants to focus on the idea of eating poop. Instead, focus on the amazing taste and remarkable resemblance to their namesake. The cupcake name is pretty self-explanatory for anyone who’s ever used a smart phone, but the taste is so wonderful it’s more difficult to find words to accurately describe them. Whipping up a batch is won’t take any time at all, and decorating them is sure to cure the Monday blues!

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting


For the life of me, I cant figure out why pumpkin pies are the go to Thanksgiving dessert. Lately a number of pumpkin pie flavored cupcakes have been making the rounds and they are worlds above a boring old pumpkin pie. These Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting were inspired by the classic pumpkin pie, but with a tasty, bite-sized twist. The cake is airy and moist, but packed with flavor.
Source My Baking Addiction

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