Chocolate Cupcakes for Two

Chocolate Cupcakes for Two

This recipe makes exactly TWO moist, fudgy chocolate cupcakes, in one bowl, right in the toaster oven! And the cupcake recipe doesn’t even have any eggs, butter, or milk!!!

Topped with a creamy buttercream frosting, this recipe is perfect for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary or extra special small-batch after dinner treat.

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes

Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes

Mmm, another awesome recipe for alcohol infused cupcakes, gotta love them! You’ll love these Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes are especially awesome because you get a sweet taste from the chocolate, and a tart taste from the wine, a perfect combination! And then on top of that (literally), you get the delicious taste of cream cheese frosting!

You can use any red wine that you prefer, so that you get to have your favorite wine in the cupcakes. Hope you enjoy!

Source: Bake with Christina

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Champagne Cupcakes

Champagne Cupcakes

If there’s one thing we love on a Sunday, it’s brunch, and if there’s one thing we love more than that, it’s champagne at brunch. And then there are these cupcakes…

These champagne cupcakes are light and airy, with a creamy Champagne buttercream to top them off. The Champagne flavor is subtle, so I recommend pairing them with a glass of the leftover bubbly just to be safe.

Source: 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Fresh Strawberry Cupcakes

Fresh Strawberry Cupcakes

There’s something magical about Summer. The endless hours of sunlight, the fresh flowers… and berries… and stone fruit, the outdoor markets, creamy iced coffee, spontaneous road trips and afternoon swims.

Sweet, fruity and absolutely adorable…these fresh strawberry cupcakes are the total package! The best part? These cupcakes have fresh strawberries in the cupcakes and in the frosting. You can even top each cupcake with a tiny strawberry to make them a triple threat 😉

Source: Baker by Nature

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Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes

Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes

These Ferrero Rocher-filled cupcakes are topped with a whipped nutella frosting with hints of cream cheese. It’s light, creamy and a perfect match for the decadent cupcakes.

The resulting cupcakes are AMAZING! One of my favorites so far on the blog. They are decadent and are for every chocolate lover.

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Really, really good red velvet cupcakes can be totally elusive, right? Some are dry, some are TOO red. And what’s the story behind red velvet cake (and cupcakes) anyway?

These are everything I was hoping for – moist, fluffy, a tiny bit chocolatey, and a perfect vehicle for a heaping pile of cream cheese frosting!

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Coconut Ice Cupcakes

Coconut Ice Cupcakes

If you’re a true coconut lover, this is your cupcake!

These cupcakes have three coconut elements: filling, frosting and candy topping. My favorite of the three may be the marshmallow coconut filling. It’s a combination of prepared marshmallow cream and cream of coconut – so easy to make and so good!

Source: Sprinklebakes

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Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

This is my favorite Red Velvet cupcake recipe ever! It is so simple to prepare the batter, and they come out moist, with a perfect little dome on top every time.

The batter is so simple to prepare, in just one bowl, and makes the most perfect, fluffy. moist cupcakes with that perfect deep red hue and hint of cocoa. Paired with my favorite  cream cheese frosting, swirled nice and tall, these are a definite WINNER in my book!

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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Homemade Hostess Cream Filled Cupcakes for Two

Homemade Hostess Cream Filled Cupcakes for Two

This recipe makes exactly TWO moist, fudgy chocolate cream filled cupcakes, just like the Hostess kind that come in the little package, with the iconic chocolate glaze and white squiggle on top, only sooo much better!

 The batter comes together in one bowl in minutes. Then just pour it between two cupcake liners. Dig in and enjoy!

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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Dark & Dreamy Double Fudge Cupcakes

Dark & Dreamy Double Fudge Cupcakes

Besides the gloriously intense chocolate flavour and and mind-blowing texture these simple cakes have, they are also one of my favourites because they are the perfect way to show off sprinkles. The contrast of those lustrous swirls of midnight chocolate frosting and pastel sprinkles is, quite frankly, what dreams are made of.

The addition of dark cocoa powder along with melted chocolate gives it a double boost of the good stuff, and together the whole darn situation is magical.

Source: Sweetapolita

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