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Easter Cupcakes

Carrot cake cupcakes and cream cheese frosting combine to make these adorable Easter themed cupcakes. The carrot cake batter contains a few unique ingredients: pineapple, pecans, coconut, and, of course, carrots. The homemade buttercream frosting is used in its original color to make the nests (add a few mini Cadbury eggs for effect) and tinted yellow to make the Easter chick cupcakes. A few extra details, like bits of chocolate for the eyes, and voila! Easter goodness.
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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!
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Funfetti Cupcakes

Sprinkles are located all over these funfetti cupcakes. They are included in the batter and baked inside these vanilla-flavored treats, and rolled onto the frosting to coat the edges – just enough to give you that extra “sugar rush” when biting into them. The batter itself is fairly simple; it’s a mix of cake flour, butter, salt, egg whites, milk, vanilla extract, sugar and baking powder, not to mention the rainbow sprinkles, of course. The frosting is an equally simple vanilla buttercream, which makes the sprinkles stand out just a bit more in contrast.
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Waffle Crisp Cupcakes

While any cupcake can be eaten for breakfast, if you so desire, these Waflle Crisp cupcakes are designed for that very purpose. They consist of a yellow cupcake (made from a box mix, although you can use a from-scratch recipe), homemade maple buttercream frosting, and crushed waffle crisp cereal. The cupcakes are baked, allowed to cool, and then topped with a very thin layer of frosting. The crushed cereal goes on top of that, and then a thicker layer of frosting is applied. Top with a few whole cereal bits and enjoy!
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Mexican Chocolate-Pudding-Filled Cupcakes

For a really decadent dessert, savor the taste of a Mexican chocolate pudding filled cupcake. These scrumptious cupcakes will please any cupcake connoisseur as you work your way towards the cupcake center, which is filled with a fantasy of Mexican chocolate pudding. The butter cream frosting tops the cupcake in a zigzag pattern, and then, sprinkled with gold petal dust. Sooo good, and utterly irresistible, you will want the taste to remain forever.
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Christmas Cupcakes

Whether it snows or not, you can ensure your friends and family get a white Christmas with these elegant and tasty cupcakes. These Christmas cupcakes look beautiful with a simple white frosting and silver confectioneries. You can also choose to go with red and green confectioneries if you prefer a more festive look. This is a simple and versatile recipe that you can adapt to all your holiday and party needs.
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Natural does not have to mean boring, especially where food is concerned. These eggnog cupcakes contain natural ingredients, like nutmeg, eggnog, unbleached flour, rum (they wouldn’t be eggnog cupcakes without the rum) and butter, among other things. The frosting is all-natural as well, making these a sweet tasty treat that you can claim is “good for you.” Although the addition of the rum makes these a dessert meant for adults only, you could always skip that particular ingredient.
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Festive Gingerbread Cupcakes

Gingerbread cookies and cupcakes make a great snack no matter the time of year, however, they seem to go best with a nice mug of spiced cider or hot chocolate on a cold winter morning. These Festive Gingerbread Cupcakes are no exception. “What makes them so festive,” you ask? Is it the combination of the gingerbread batter and the swiss meringue buttercream frosting? Partially. But the true “festiveness” comes in the form of the tiny gingerbread houses perched atop each of these tasty treats. Two goodies in one, as they say.
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Rudolph the RedVelvet Cupcake

Who says you can only see Rudolph during Christmas season? With these delicious red velvet cupcakes, you will surely get to see Rudolph quite so often. These cupcakes are made out of egg whites and Chobani that is fat free. The top of the cupcake is made out of that all-time favorite chocolate and butter. Rudolph’s face is made out of M&Ms chocolate candy and wafers; some yummy pretzels for his ears. Rudolph red velvet cupcake is perfect with a warm cup of cocoa.
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Christmas Ornament Cupcakes

Chocolate kisses lover will surely enjoy these Christmas ornament cupcakes. These cupcakes are perfect for people who have a sweet tooth. These cupcakes are made out of white chocolate with vanilla frosting, which will make the entire cupcake sweeter than ever. The middle part of every cupcake is consists of heavenly kisses chocolates. The chocolate ball shaped on top is coated with milk chocolate and a little marshmallow as a complement. You can perfectly match these cupcakes with a hot cup of espresso.
Source Sand and Sisal

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