Bailey’s Mint Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

Bailey's Mint Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

These cupcakes are a riff on mint chocolate chip ice cream, which is typically colored green, with a generous amount of Bailey’s for character. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day festivities, even if you don’t choose to go green!

Chocolate chip cupcakes featuring chocolate mint Irish cream and topped with mint frosting, and a recipe that works for regular or mini cupcakes. How much more festive can you get?

Source: Baking Bites

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Banana Split Cupcakes

Banana Split Cupcakes

Banana splits – minus the ice cream! These Banana Split Cupcakes have tender, fluffy banana cupcakes topped with vanilla and strawberry frosting. Top it off with chocolate ganache, sprinkles and a cherry for the cupcake version of a banana split!

Forget going out for banana splits, I’ll be enjoying these Banana Split Cupcakes at home all summer!

Source: Taste and Tell 

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Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes

Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes

It may be a little on the chilly side to indulge in actual ice cream, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a hot fudge sundae anyway.

This cupcake recipe is the perfect way to get the sundae taste you’re craving without the drop in body temperature ice cream can bring. So instead of turning up the heat and going for the Ben & Jerry’s anyway, try this on for size!

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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Ice Cream Soda Cupcakes

Ice Cream Soda Cupcakes

I LOOOOVE creaming soda. It’s so sugary and addictive. Creaming soda is on par with red cordial for it’s ability to make kids go super crazy sugar high hyperactive.

And I love jelly. It’s so wobby and fun and makes cakes look cool.

So this cupcake recipe combining creaming soda AS jelly might just be the perfect Monday treat.

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Cupcakes, in an ice cream cone? It all started with these tiny ice cream waffle cones.

Though they were fiddly and messy to make, the final result was so cute! The surprise load of popping candy in the centre was definitely a crowd pleaser and much giggling ensued.

And though I love my cupcakes, I definitely need to get my hands on more of these little cones so I can experiment with different desserts 🙂

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Stracciatella Cupcakes

Stracciatella Cupcakes

These Stracciatella Cupcakes are inspired by stracciatella gelato. The cupcakes have a fluffy vanilla base that is generously flecked with shards of finely chopped dark chocolate. There is just enough chocolate to give you a hint in each bite without overwhelming the soft vanilla flavor of the cake.

The cupcakes are topped with a vanilla buttercream icing that is also swirled with finely chopped chocolate. The cupcakes aren’t as cooling as a scoop of gelato, but they’re just as indulgent.

Source: Baking Bites

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Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes

Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes

Winter may bring cold weather, but it doesn’t have to bring your sundae consumption to a screaming halt. If you find yourself craving a chocolate, sprinkle and cherry topped goodie this holiday season, opt for these ice cream sundae cupcakes! Top basic vanilla cupcakes with buttercream, chocolate ganache and your choice of sundae toppings, then dig in and thank cake for warm fingers and a sundae all in one treat.

Source: Cakespy

 

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Neapolitan Frosting Cupcakes

Neapolitan Frosting Cupcakes

When you hear the term, “Neapolitan,” your brain might automatically skip to ice cream, but once you’ve had these Neapolitan frosting cupcakes, they’ll be the only sweet you think about. Just imagine, chocolate cake topped with a swirl of chocolate frosting, then a swirl of pretty pink, and a final dollop of white. There you have the famous Neapolitan colors all in one big bite. These cupcakes will soon become a family favorite, not just because of this triple layer of frosted goodness, but because the cake section is really yummy too!

Source: I am baker

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Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Okay, so while this isn’t exactly a cupcake recipe, it MUST be shown to the entire world. Combine cones and frosting with your favorite cupcake recipe – may I suggest trying one or two from our archives? – and you have the BEST cupcake ever! It’s wonderful for parties, summer get togethers at church or just meetings where you want to impress a group of people. Our one tip: don’t overfill the cones! Unless you want a batch for yourself that don’t look as good as they taste…in which case, don’t overfill the SECOND batch you make.

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Orange Dreamsicle Cupcakes

Orange Dreamsicle Cupcakes

If you have eaten frozen Dreamsicles, you will not have forgotten the taste. You can have that very same wonderful taste experience but without the dripping. Once you’ve consumed one of these Dreamsicle cupcakes, your only concern will be the crumbs, because you won’t want to miss a single morsel. Vanilla cream cheese cake, topped with orange cream cheese frosting, is the treat you are in for. So be sure to put dibs in now for seconds or maybe even thirds!

Source: The Batter ThickensO

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