Moscow Mule Cupcakes

Moscow Mule Cupcakes

These Moscow Mule Cupcakes are so fun – just like the cocktail! A moist ginger cupcake is topped with a ginger-lime frosting. Moscow mules are all about the ginger.

The are super moist, so tasty and SO fun! If you’re looking for a fun way to incorporate a great cocktail into a cupcake, this is it!

Source: Life, Love and Sugar

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Strawberry Confetti Cupcakes

Strawberry Confetti Cupcakes

Confetti cupcakes topped with sweet strawberry frosting! These are perfect for baby showers, pink parties, or just for any regular Tuesday (or Monday) night!

Whether you take the easy road and use boxed confetti mix or choose your own sprinkle color and flavors, these strawberry topped treats are a great way to say “Hello” to a new, positive week.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Chocolate Buttermilk Cupcakes with Earl Grey Buttercream and Salted Caramel

Chocolate Buttermilk Cupcakes with Earl Grey Buttercream and Salted Caramel

You might think it sounds like a strange combination, but the moist, slightly bitter dark chocolate cake is heavenly when you add the fluffy meringue-style icing with a hint of bergamot.

It’s pretty much chocolate and orange! And salted caramel goes with everything. Why not shake up your Sunday cup of tea?

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Bacon Banana Cupcakes With Peanut Butter Frosting and Bourbon Drizzle

Bacon Banana Cupcakes With Peanut Butter Frosting and Bourbon Drizzle

Valentine’s Day isn’t all chocolate and roses and champagne, and we know that better than anyone. In fact, we hear it takes two to tango, so here’s a cupcake idea for the more masculine valentine.

These brown sugar cupcakes are bound to be delicious all on their own, but top them with peanut butter frosting, a slice of bacon and a drizzle of brown sugar and bourbon, and we can see why they say the key to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Here’s your master key.

Source: How Sweet It Is

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Neapolitan Bonbon Cupcakes

Neapolitan Bonbon Cupcakes

These are a great Valentine’s day treat and a good idea for any occasion! One thing is for certain, these cupcakes are all about variety.

You get a little of everything – rich chocolate cake, vanilla and strawberry buttercream, and a surprise flavor-filled bonbon on top! They are super simple to make and the decoration could not be easier – just pop a chocolate on top!

Source: SprinkleBakes

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Fresh-Squeezed Mimosa Cupcakes

Fresh-Squeezed Mimosa Cupcakes

Today we’re drinking mimosas and eating them too. Bakers, let’s brunch. Cocktails and cupcakes.

Think about those two for a second. Does it get any better than that pairing? Throw weekend brunch in there and the answer is no, it does not get any better. Because weekends are made for champagne in your cupcakes. Ok?

Source: Sally’s Baking Addiction

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Chocolate Cherry Cordial Cupcakes

Chocolate Cherry Cordial Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love a good cherry cordial during Valentine’s season? These cupcakes take that yummy chocolate cherry goodness one step further.

Filled with cherry pie filling and frosted with cherry buttercream and chocolate ganache, these seasonal treats are the perfect way to express your love next week  (or any old time).  Don’t forget to finish off with a cherry on top!

Source: Erica’s Sweet Tooth

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Pink Velvet Cupcakes

Pink Velvet Cupcakes

These cupcakes are pretty and delicious. Pink Velvet Cupcakes are perfect for Valentine’s Day, baby showers, birthday parties and weddings.

If you’re a red velvet cake fan, you’ll enjoy pink velvet too!  They’re topped with a delicious cream cheese frosting, and that pretty swirl makes them a little bit fancy!

Source: Recipe Girl

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Lindt Lindor Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Buttercream

Lindt Lindor Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Buttercream

Everyone loves a little chocolate, especially on Valentine’s Day. This cupcake recipe takes love of chocolate and salted caramel to a whole new, and delicious, level.

Think Ferrero Rocher + cupcakes, and you’ve got a rough idea of what’s in store with these treats. Topped and stuffed with a Lindt Lindor truffle and covered in salted caramel buttercream, these dessert cups will make average Valentine’s chocolate look boring!

Source: The Baking Explorer

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Vanilla Almond Cupcakes

Vanilla Almond Cupcakes

These cupcakes are light and subtly sweet. The vanilla almond cupcake has vanilla tones with sliced almonds right in the mix. The cake is barely sweet to allow the almond to shine.

The frosting is a basic vanilla frosting with a hint of almond extract to cut the sweetness. The flavors in this cupcake really shine—neither the vanilla or almond outshine each other. These cupcakes are perfect for afternoon tea (or a small sweet treat for your love).

Source: Pastry Affair

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