Are you ready for a no-bake cupcake? Actually, make that a no-bake ICE CREAM cupcake. Sounds yummy, right? Not to mention the fact that these are easy to make, since the ingredients consist of non-frosted chocolate cake, the ice cream flavor of your choice, whipped cream (although you could make your own as directed by the recipe) and sprinkles. A little ingenuity, some patiences, and a few cooking tools are all that separate you from these sweet treats.
Source Martha Stewart
Root Beer Float Cupcakes are cute little imitations of the popular ice cream desserts. These are cupcakes that are made with root beer in the mix. It is a very subtly flavored cupcake that is easily made more pronounced by substituting Root Beer Schnapps for the root beer. The float similarity continues with a small scoop of ice cream surrounded by whipped cream and topped with a maraschino cherry garnish.
Source Smitten Kitchen
When you are looking for pure cupcake-y goodness, these Banana Split Cupcakes will do the trick. With the option of filling these with ice cream or not, this version has a stuffing of the most delicious and decadent banana cream custard you have ever tried. Created with real banana puree, this cupcake is filled with custard made of real bananas and topped with not just frosting but chocolate dipping sauce with a rim of sprinkles.
Source Bakers Royale
This Ice Cream Cupcake Peanut Butter Cups recipe has a lot of steps. It looks daunting. You may be tempted to move on, but don’t. The amazing end result makes all the effort, which really isn’t that much, worth it. This multi-layered indulgence is worth the “oohs” and “ahs” that will ensue at any gathering. The combined flavors of chocolate, peanut butter flavored ice cream, and chocolate cupcake are a consistent fan favorite and you will be too for making them.
Source Confessions of a Bright-Eyed Baker
Cool, savory and sweet combined, this banana ice cream cashew chocolate cupcake contains several intense flavors that astonishingly enough, mingle harmoniously. Starting with a flourless cashew chocolate cake base, then topped with banana ice cream, white chocolate caramel (made from the simple combination of white chocolate and coconut oil) and then salted hot fudge and several carmelized banana slices, this treat is as complex as it is tasty. The only caveat: it must be eaten with a spoon!
Source The Sweet Art
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