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Mini Butterscotch Cone Dip Cupcakes Cones

There is no shortage of things that you can do with butterscotch – baking-wise, that is. These mini butterscotch come dip cupcakes are just what their name implies. They are cupcakes made with a white cake mix that are baked in ice cream cones. The next step involves frosting them with homemade buttercream frosting and placing them in the freezer for a bit so that the frosting can harden. Next, dip the tops in melted butterscotch and let them harden before serving. What a delectable treat!
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It is amazing what you can do with some candy, some frosting, a few vanilla cupcakes and some creativity. These Chinese takeout cupcakes are decorated to look just like the real thing – Chinese food. The lo mein is made from vanilla frosting complete with Laffy Taffy “broccoli” and “carrot bits.” The fried rice cupcakes are decorated with orange and yellow fruit chews, green jelly beans and rice cereal. These look so much like Chinese food that you have to see them to believe them!
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Shirley Temple Cupcakes

These lip-smacking goodies look like they’ve popped up out of a 1950’s Technicolor fantasy flick and they taste as fine as their classical looks. Sweet and scrumptious, with a slightly caramelized top, the bright and shiny glazing with its grenadine and lemon extract mix, is a sensation. And then of course, it’s up to you to choose whether you want to keep the iconic maraschino cherry for last or gobble it up before you commence the mini-feast.
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Rocket pop cupcakes

Rocket pops – those classic summer treats from the ice cream man – inspired this recipe. Remember those? They had a red layer, a white layer and blue layer, each flavored with a different type of sherbet? Well, these cupcakes come close to the real thing, color wise anyway. The cupcakes are vanilla flavored and dyed blue. After they are baked, white buttercream frosting and then red buttercream are layer on. Top off with a few sprinkles and you will have a very close replica of the rocket pop in cupcake form!
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There is no such thing as too much Biscoff. This recipe uses the cookie based spread both in the cupcakes and in the frosting. The cupcake batter also contains flour, sugar, sour cream, cinnamon, salt, canola oil, eggs and vanilla extract. Once they have baked and had a chance to cool, top them with the homemade Biscoff buttercream frosting that is described here. The results will be unforgettably tasty and quite delicious!
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Hummingbird Cupcakes are sort of like carrot cupcakes, only without the carrots. Instead, they are flavored with crushed pineapple, mashed bananas, chopped pecans and vanilla, as well as ground ginger, ground cinnamon and nutmeg. The most unusual thing about these cupcakes, besides the fact that they contain both pineapple and bananas, are the multiple types of flour that go into the batter. The frosting is a light blend of cream cheese, sugar and vanilla extract. Top with a halved pecan and enjoy!
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Sugar and Spice Cupcakes are perfect for any occasion. They are simple yet elegant at the same time. Vanilla pudding and sour cream give the cupcake an incredibly moist and luxurious texture while the pumpkin pie spice elevates it to a whole new level of tasty. They are topped with a vanilla spiced butter cream and then sprinkled with some coarse sprinkling sugar at the end for a glimmering glitzy look.
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Chai latte cupcakes are a great fall or winter cupcake, especially when you tire of the classic chocolate and vanilla flavored treats. What’s unique about this recipe is that it uses instant chai powder, rather than requiring you to mix the spices on your own. This gives them a stronger, more robust flavor. Other seasonings, like cardamom and vanilla, are used in the batter as well. The frosting is a buttercream that has been flavored with cinnamon and more cardamom. Talk about your unique, yet tasty, combinations!
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Red Velvet Christmas Cupcakes

The color of red velvet cupcakes automatically make them a candidate for classic Christmas treats. When you add in some green tinted cream cheese frosting (or leave it alone and take advantage of its natural white color) and possibly some sprinkles or colorful edible decorations, you are left with a Christmas-themed cupcake that can be served all December-long. These particular cupcakes are baked in standard cupcake liners, although you can substitute holiday ones to amp up their level of fun!
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Sometimes all that you need is a light, airy cupcakes. These angel food cupcakes (complete with meringue icing) are quite different than the thicker, heavier variety. The batter contains cake flour, salt, water, egg whites, vanilla extract, cream of tartar and two different types of sugar. Once they’re baked and have cooled, then it’s time to top these treats with homemade pink meringue icing, although you can tint it a different color if you prefer. Serve and devour!
Source Skinny Taste

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