Red Velvet Cheesecake Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cheesecake Cupcakes

Black Bottom Cupcakes go red velvet in this fun twist on a classic – Red Velvet Cheesecake Cupcakes.

Just in time for Valentine’s season, these red velvet cupcakes with chocolate chip cheesecake centers are the perfect treat to celebrate the holiday of love. Topped with chocolate ganache, it would be tough to find a sweeter gift for the special person in your life.

Source: Taste and Tell

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Peppermint Red Velvet Cupcakes

Peppermint Red Velvet Cupcakes

These Ghirardelli Red Velvet Peppermint Bark cupcakes are the perfect to ring in the holiday baking season. They’re a great combination of moist fluffy cupcakes with hints of chocolate AND peppermint.

Made with Ghirardeilli chocolate, apple cider vinegar and topped with cream cheese frosting and peppermint pieces, it doesn’t get much more festive than this!

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes

Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes

Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes are a wonderful addition to a Halloween menu. The flavor of the cupcakes match the classic red velvet cupcake, but are dyed black instead of the traditional red.

These black velvet cupcakes can form the base of many Halloween inspired recipes, but today they are represented as frightful little spiders. A few decorative ingredients turn the black velvet cupcakes into creepy-crawly creatures which will (deliciously) frighten your guests.

Source: Pastry Affair

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Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Really, really good red velvet cupcakes can be totally elusive, right? Some are dry, some are TOO red. And what’s the story behind red velvet cake (and cupcakes) anyway?

These are everything I was hoping for – moist, fluffy, a tiny bit chocolatey, and a perfect vehicle for a heaping pile of cream cheese frosting!

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

This is my favorite Red Velvet cupcake recipe ever! It is so simple to prepare the batter, and they come out moist, with a perfect little dome on top every time.

The batter is so simple to prepare, in just one bowl, and makes the most perfect, fluffy. moist cupcakes with that perfect deep red hue and hint of cocoa. Paired with my favorite  cream cheese frosting, swirled nice and tall, these are a definite WINNER in my book!

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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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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Red Velvet Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes

Red Velvet Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes

Red velvet cake really is a treasure to many, but so is strawberry shortcake, and when you can combine the two into one amazing cupcake then you really are going to have a food experience that you won’t soon forget. Not only is the taste of this red velvet strawberry cupcake spectacular so is its looks. For an extra dramatic effect and a touch of sweetness you can drizzle a bit of grenadine over the top.

Source: I am baker

 

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Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red velvet cupcakes…what makes them so different from WHITE cupcakes, or YELLOW cupcakes, anyway? You know, I’m not so sure, but regardless of the difference, these little red guys will wow your socks off. They’re buttery, sweet and yes…red. With the right frosting, you won’t be able to stop yourself from enjoying more than one. Obviously, the difference between white, yellow and red cupcakes is that red ones are way more sinful than the others (by the way, it’s the butter. That’s the difference. But that can be our little secret so you can blame the cupcakes for all of that red velvet eating you did).

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Red Velvet Birthday Cupcakes


Red Velvet cupcakes are classics. They usually consist of cocoa powder and red food colored (hence the name). This particular recipe also includes sour cream (to make them moist) and vanilla extract (to enhance the flavor.) Once you have combined these ingredients, along with the other ones, baked them and allowed them to cool, top with a homemade cream cheese frosting, as well as a few sprinkles. To make them even more festive, bake them in cute birthday or holiday-themed cupcake liners.
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Cherry Red Velvet Cupcakes


These cupcakes kick things up a notch, thanks to the addition of cherry pie filling. The red velvet batter is made via a classic combination of cocoa powder, flour, eggs, white vinegar, buttermilk, vanilla extract, red food coloring and several other items. Once they have baked and have had a chance to cool, a core is cut out of the center of each and cherry pie filling is added. Replace the top, frost with cream cheese icing and enjoy!
Source Java Cupcake

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