Blue Moon and Corona Cupcakes

Blue Moon and Corona Cupcakes

Just in time for football season! While this recipe is touted as a way to enjoy the season without having to love football, there’s a good chance football fans will appreciate these yummy cupcakes all the same.

Nothing goes better with a Sunday afternoon of football and beer than cupcakes with beer!

Source: Erica’s Sweet Tooth

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Maple Bacon Cupcakes

Maple Bacon Cupcakes

Happy Friday! There’s nothing more popular in desserts these days than bacon, and this one takes the (cup)cake. Start the weekend right with the perfect combination of sweet and salty!

Fluffy maple cupcakes with a hint of cinnamon, topped off with a swirly of sweet, creamy maple frosting and a piece of thick, salty bacon!

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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NFL Game Day Cupcakes

NFL Game Day Cupcakes

As far as Americans are concerned, there’s only one thing better than chocolate: chocolate and football. This Sunday is the big game, and when it comes to Super Bowl fandom in the sweet realm, these cupcakes deliver. Or should we say, “score!”? In either case, whip up a batch of these delectable chocolate cakes, topped with chocolate-dipped marshmallow frosting, and get super festive by opting for team-colored sprinkles or even plastic toppers. Whether you’re hosting or just bringing sweets, you’re sure to be the MVP of the snack collection.

P.S. We know Green Bay’s not in the Super Bowl. Give us some leeway!

Source: The Cake Blog

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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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Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love butterscotch? Who doesn’t love cupcakes? Since the answer to both questions is a resounding, “No one,” this is a combo you’ll want to make in large batches. The cake portion, vanilla with a hint of sour cream, is light and fluffy, the perfect companion for marshmallow frosting and a butterscotch shell. The most fun part? These cupcakes are dipped, just like your favorite Dairy Queen cones. Grab some baking gear, set aside just over an hour, and get cooking!

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Popcorn Cupcakes with Salted Caramel

Popcorn Cupcakes with Salted Caramel

When one youngster yells, “I want popcorn!” and the other one is screaming, “No, I want cupcakes!,” guess what Mom? You can please them both with a cupcake surprise, just in time for Autumn. These popcorn cupcakes with salted caramel are absolutely delightful. Once the cupcake batter has been baked, the fun begins. They are iced with a caramel flavored buttercream frosting, then enhanced with toffee popcorn pieces. What an amazing idea and real crowd pleaser.

Source: The Baking Explorer

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Dr. Pepper Cupcakes

Dr Pepper Cupcakes

Yes, it is true. Now you can enjoy your favorite Dr. Pepper beverage taste whipped into a yummy cupcake that brings you the delights of these two favorites all combined into one. Now just in case this combo isn’t enough for you, to make sure your taste buds are totally satisfied, top them with a brown butter frosting. There are so many delightful flavors all wrapped into one cupcake that it’s impossible to say which part of them tastes the best.

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Nutella Frosted Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes

Nutella Frosted Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes

Guinness replaces the milk in this chocolate cupcake, and for everyone having the pleasure of consuming one of these cupcakes, there is no way to restrain yourself to just one. They are teeming with flavor and moistness, and of course you can choose your favorite Guinness to for the infusion. The frosting has been made with Nutella, and who would have ever thought that Guinness and Nutella would have made some an amazing team?

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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CUPCAKE CAPS


It’s amazing what you can do with a little creativity. These baseball cap cupcakes are easy to create, and only require a little “elbow grease.” You can even use store bought cupcakes if time is a factor, although homemade ones work just as well. Some oblong-shaped cookies, colorful frosting, food coloring (to tint the frosting the right colors in order to represent your favorite team) and a thin frosting tip for the detail work are all that you need!
Source iVillage

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Match Point Cupcakes


Match point cupcakes are the ideal snack to take with you when off to play tennis for nibbling after a game, as they really do look like novelty tennis balls! The other players will rush to eat them and delight in their tennis ball similarity with oh so yummy taste. Their furry texture butter cream and lines of sprinkles ensure their score as aces of cupcakes, in games of both singles and doubles. Definitely winners!
Source Martha Stewart

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