Cinnamon Spice Cupcakes

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On a cold chilly day, nothing tastes better than something delectable and comforting with warming spices. These cinnamon spice cupcakes are perfect thing for just those days. The super moist batter includes the perfect blend of warming spices for a winter day, and topped with homemade cinnamon buttercream frosting, these treats become something more delightful altogether: heaven.

Source: Shugary Sweets

 

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Prohibition Bakery’s Mai Thai Cupcakes

Mai Thai Cupcakes

New Year’s celebrations are known for being the perfect champagne occasion, but if you’re not into bubbly, or into drinking your booze, you can still usher in 2016 with an edge, thanks to New York City’s Prohibition Bakery.

Just one of the 55 recipes included in the legendary bakery’s new book, these Mai Thai cupcakes put a whole new twist on the world of fruit-filled cupcakes, namely with a touch of your favorite rum. The cupcakes themselves sound delicious enough, filled with healthy-option ingredients like yogurt and coconut oil, but once these babies are topped with a grenadine and coconut rum frosting and injected with rum, they’re sure to be a collection of cakes that start off any year right, especially since they’re small enough to be hors d’oeuvres.

Source: InStyle

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Italian Wedding Cupcakes

Italian Wedding Cupcakes

You don’t have to wait for an Italian wedding event to make these fabulous cupcakes. In fact, they’re perfect for parties or to soothe the pain of a long Monday. They’re enjoyable all year round and may even become a favorite of your family and friends. Thanks to Greek yogurt as a “secret” ingredient, these cupcakes are light and fluffy, which means you can pretty much have as many as you want. Top them with a light and airy, melt-in-your-mouth buttercream frosting, and you’ll pretty much want to!

Source: Addicted to the Kitchen

 

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Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes

The secret to the color of red velvet cupcakes is actually no secret (hint: it’s a ton of red food dye), but the perfect cake (red or otherwise) requires much more than a dump of dye! In fact, it requires finesse. It requires a delicate hand. And most importantly…it requires a delicious recipe that’s been tried and tried again. A good red velvet cupcake makes you feel like you should be WALKING on red velvet, like the superstar that you are. This particular recipe is so perfect that fancy topping isn’t even necessary – a simple buttercream will do. The cupcakes do all the talking for themselves. Listen up.

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Coconut Cupcakes

Coconut Cupcakes

Even if you’re not a huge fan of coconut, this recipe is worth a try (just leave off the shredded topping). And if you are a coconut lover, you’re in for one delicious treat. Coconut is great on (and in) baked goods, and these tiny cakes are no exception. Paired with a bit of lovely vanilla extract, almond extract, and a fluffy cream cheese frosting, they’re likely to knock your coconutty socks off. So if it’s getting cold where you are, be sure to grab a back-up pair ;).

Source: Taste & Tell

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Raspberry Coconut Cupcakes

Raspberry Coconut Cupcakes

The holidays are often a time for rich and chocolatey treats, but if you’re a fruit lover, there are still delicious options for this time of year! These raspberry coconut cupcakes are the perfect alternative to a chocolate-covered dessert, featuring the subtle, but still sweet flavors of shredded coconut and raspberry buttercream. That combination alone is likely to induce salivating, but this recipe goes a step further, filling each cupcake with raspberry jam. With a total preparation time of under 40 minutes, these cupcakes are sure to be an easy hit for your next holiday party.

Source: Taste & Tell

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Old Fashioned Cocktail Cupcakes

Old Fashioned Cocktail Cupcakes

Anyone for a cocktail?A cocktail cupcake, that is. Begin this yummy journey with a vanilla base, then have a little fun adding flavors like orange zest and your favorite whiskey (be honest, you DO have a favorite), for an Old Fashioned disguised as a bite of cake. For this recipe, be careful not to use all of your whiskey in the base (or for tasting purposes…that’s important too!), as you need to reserve some for brushing on the baked cakes. This finishing touch adds back in a little of that “old fashioned” flavor you’ll inevitably bake out. Be sure to eat and drive responsibly with these, and don’t forget the bitters!

Source: Baking Bites

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Snickerdoodle Cupcakes

Snickerdoodle Cupcakes

These snickerdoodle cupcakes are the perfect follow-up to a long Friday. With easy-to-make batter featuring cinnamon, sugar and heavy cream, very little work will still leave you with a tasty treat and a huge smile. Add a cinnamon sugar frosting to the mix, and you’ve got the perfect way to relax as you head into a much-needed weekend.

Source: Tramplingrose

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Cosmic Cupcakes

Cosmic Cupcakes

Ready to cook up something from out of this world? These cosmic cupcakes are a lot of fun to make and even more fun to eat. Once you take that first bite, you’ll find a pleasing experience in the cream filling and the yummy, fudgy chocolate-flavored icing on top. Oh, and don’t forget about the sprinkles!

Source: Tramplingrose

 

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Black Raspberry-Filled Chocolate Cupcakes

Black Raspberry-Filled Chocolate Cupcakes

What do you think of when you hear “raspberry filled cupcakes”? I think of absolutely irresistable, and these delicious little cupcakes are exactly that. If you don’t like raspberry, you can always consider replacing the raspberries with pretty much any other berry, since this recipe uses deliciously fresh fruit. Top it with a lovely raspberry frosting and you’ll be eating these beautiful things for days.

Source: Cup of Sugar :: Pinch of Salt

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