Sometimes simple is best. Take these mini vanilla cupcakes, for example. Baked in a mini-cupcake pan, they can be eaten in one bite — unless you want to savor them by eating them slower. The batter consists of flour, salt, baking powder, milk, vanilla, butter, sugar and eggs, nothing shocking there, right? The frosting is equally simple and tasty – tinted vanilla buttercream. Break it into batches and add some food coloring in order to make these treats slightly more colorful.
No matter what the occasion is you will surely love these colorful mini chocolate cupcakes on your table. These cute cupcakes are made out of one bowl chocolate cupcakes, with butter cream for frosting. Make the frosting more interesting by adding some coloring to your butter cream frosting. Then make several cupcakes with different colors of frosting. Match these delicious cupcakes with a cup of espresso to enhance the chocolatey taste of the cupcake.
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Nothing pairs together as perfectly as chocolate and peanut butter — and this recipe has plenty of both in an easy to make format. Take chocolate cake mix and follow the directions on the box, only add this twist when pouring the mix into the cupcake liners: alternate the mix with spoonfuls of the peanut butter filling (peanut butter, an egg, cream cheese and powdered sugar). Toss a few chocolate chips onto the center of each and bake. These are so good that you don’t even need frosting!
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Do you love peppermint? If you do, then you will surely love Mini Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes. Some people cannot stand peppermints, but once you combine it with chocolate, these people would surely change their minds. If you are looking for an unusual dessert to serve in a party, you should try Mini Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes. The peppermint taste is just right that you would not believe that itís there. It is flawlessly mixed with chocolate that it would be loved even by people who cannot appreciate cupcakes.
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Mini Orange Cupcakes with Miso Caramel Buttercream frosting are an elegant but unexpected quick dessert. They are perfect for a buffet, pot luck, a party, or just an afternoon snack. Miso is a Japanese spice that is high in protein and rich in vitamins, minerals, and flavors. The recipe begins with the Miso Caramel buttercream because it has to cool before you can frost your cupcakes. The orange cupcakes are a standard orange cake recipes using orange extract.
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Shirley Temple: 1) an adorable child actress of the 1930ís, 40ís, and 50ís fondly referred to as Americaís Sweetheart. 2) A non-alcoholic drink comprised of ginger ale and grenadine, often garnished with a maraschino cherry. These lovely Shirley Temple cupcakes are fitting namesakes of either of the aforementioned definitions as they are both sweet and fun and suitable for all ages. This cupcake version has just the right mix of sweet cherry, 7-up, and almond extract to create a light, fluffy, and fun cupcake that everyone is sure to enjoy.
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Valentine cupcakes that will make sure your love will love you more! These cupcakes are more about the frosting so make sure you frost generously. The base is a chocolate cupcake while the star is the chocolate cream cheese frosting topped with some sprinkles. Make sure that you bake a lot of these bite-sized desserts on Valentine’s because your love and maybe your kids or nieces won’t stop with just one.
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Chocolate combined with the fruity taste of pomegranate, this is mini cups are all about the sweetness without the guilt. These cupcakes are definitely a good way to start the new year. Chocolate cups with chocolate frosting then topped with vitamins, potassium and antioxidants of the pomegranate; get ready to munch more than just one cup. Moist and chewy, just one bite and it would wonderfully melt in your mouth.
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