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Butterscotch Cupcakes Supreme


These butterscotch cupcakes are indeed supreme, thanks to their butterscotch filling, rum syrup and mascarpone frosting. They are a lot less difficult to make than they sound, as well. The cupcakes themselves are a mix of brown sugar, flour, baking powder and other ingredients. Once they have baked, top them with homemade rum syrup (which turns them into an adults only goodie), fill them with butterscotch sauce, top with mascarpone frosting, drizzle on some more butterscotch (and some toffee) and enjoy!
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Coconut Caramel Cupcakes


Caramel and coconut go hand in hand, much like peanut butter and chocolate. In order to make these double flavored cupcakes, you will need a tool that holds one side of the batter in place while you pour in the other. It sounds far more complicated than it really is. After these coconut on one side and caramel on the other cupcakes have baked, top them with a layer of caramel sauce, another of coconut flavored buttercream, and then some caramel drizzles. You really do get the best of both worlds!
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Cosmetic Cupcakes


If you’ve been on the lookout for inspiration for cute, yet unusual cupcake toppers, then these are exactly what you’ve been hunting for. These fondant (a stiff frosting that is moldable like clay, yet edible) toppers resemble cosmetics, or makeup, if you will. Various shades of “lipstick” and “eye shadow” (plus an applicator) sit on top of tasty vanilla buttercream frosting. The cupcake underneath is a simple vanilla, but you can make them chocolate, honey, or the flavor of your choice.
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Cheesecake Cupcakes With Strawberry or Salted Caramel Topping


What’s better than cheesecake cupcakes? Cheesecake cupcakes topped with caramel sauce and strawberry sauce, of course. These cupcakes consist of crushed graham crackers, cream cheese, sour cream, heavy cream, sugar, vanilla, and several other ingredients. Once they’ve baked, cooled and been refrigerated for several hours, they are ready to be topped with either homemade caramel sauce or homemade strawberry sauce. Feel creative? Add a drizzle or two of chocolate before serving these sweet goodies!
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Lavender Cupcakes with Vanilla Bean Frosting


When it comes to unusual cupcake ingredients, dried lavender (the edible variety from a spice shop) and honey are probably at the top of most people’s lists. However, these lavender cupcakes – complete with purple-tinted vanilla bean frosting – are quite tasty. The batter is made from standard yellow cupcake dough, with the addition of the aforementioned honey and dried lavender, plus whole milk. Once they bake, top them with gel-tinted vanilla frosting and enjoy!
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Cupcake Photography Lesson #4: Colors


When you’re looking for the perfect shots for your cupcakes, just the right light and shadow isn’t enough, as the most important feature of your photos should be the colors of your cupcakes – after all, they’ll the first thing that will lure the viewer! Don’t confuse more colors with a better overall effect, as in fact what counts is the perfect balance between them, meaning that two or three colors can be much more appealing to the eye than 10 colors clumsily scattered around your cupcake. Less can actually be more, so put your hands to work and try!
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Honeysuckle And Jasmine Cupcakes & The Little Gifts In Life


Most people think of honeysuckle and jasmine as being beautiful flowers that brighten up gardens and bouquets. Little do they know that both can be added to cupcakes! These treats contain both, but not in the traditional (baked into the cakes) way. Instead, the flowers are steeped in sugar water that is strained and then poured over the baked cupcakes. Then, these unusually flavored cupcakes are frosted and served – just the perfect dessert to lighten up any spring or summer day!
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Ricotta Pound Cake Cupcakes with Whipped Ricotta Frosting


Ricotta cheese is not something that usually goes into cupcakes. But, since it is a sweeter cheese (as compared to, say, provolone) it works well in desserts. These ricotta pound cake cupcakes have the cheese in both the batter and the frosting. The batter is also flavored by almond extract and sugar. There is no milk, since the cheese takes the place of it. The frosting is a simple mixture of ricotta cheese, butter, sugar and orange zest – the perfect complement to these unique cupcakes!
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Mini Chicken Parmesan Meatloaf Cupcakes {Tablespoon Tuesdays}


Cupcakes don’t have to be sweet. When made from savory ingredients, these mini chicken parmesan meatloaf cupcakes are more like appetizers, or can be used as a dish at the dinner table, alongside other things. The best part of these chicken cupcakes may not be the seasonings or even the chicken. Instead, the mozzarella cheese filling, the panko and parmesan topping and the warmed marinara sauce (for dipping!) take the cake – almost literally.
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10 CRAZY CUPCAKE FLAVORS


These 10 crazy cupcake flavors make those made of vanilla, chocolate and even peanut butter look normal. However, just because the flavor is unique and original, that doesn’t mean that they don’t taste good. Some of the ones listed here use a classic candy or drink, like Red Hots or Mountain Dew as an inspiration, while others use things that are good for you, for example, kale or avocadoes as their central ingredient. Are you ready to test your taste buds?
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