Dark Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes with Whipped Frosting

Dark Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes with Whipped Frosting

Tender, moist and delicious cupcakes with hidden veggies. Perfect for a morning birthday party or anytime you want to sneak in some extra veggies!

They will never know…not to mention that ALL natural colored light and airy whipped frosting. What?!

Source: Veggies Don’t Bite

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Cheesecake Cupcakes

Cheesecake Cupcakes

The only thing better than real homemade New-York-style cheesecake is that same cheesecake portioned out individually so you can pick up in your hand and keep all to yourself – no sharing!

These individual cheesecake cupcakes have just 6 ingredients, are low-calorie and easily portable, and they are a fantastic dessert to bring to a party! The cheesecakes can also be frozen for an instant treat whenever your heart desires cheesecake.

Source: Chocolate Covered Katie

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Chocolate Breakfast Oatmeal Cupcakes

Chocolate Breakfast Oatmeal Cupcakes

These breakfast cupcakes “to go” are an easy & nutritious recipe loved by both kids and adults – Just like the original version, they can be vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, oil-free, and even sugar-free.

They are perfect for an on-the-go breakfast or portable snack, and you can customize the basic recipe by adding in whatever you have on hand, such as shredded coconut, chopped walnuts, or a generous handful of mini chocolate chips!

Source: Chocolate Covered Katie

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Vegan Banana Blueberry Cupcakes

Vegan Banana Blueberry Cupcakes

Spring is here and these Vegan Banana Blueberry Cupcakes are just what you need!  A banana cake with a hint of cinnamon, bursting with warm blueberries and topped with frosting!  Yum!

I just couldn’t help myself when these came hot out of the oven!  I had to eat one…or two.  Even without the frosting they make great muffins perfect for lunch boxes or picnics. But let’s be honest, adding frosting just makes every better.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

You can never go wrong when you make blueberries your berry of choice for cupcakes. This is especially true when you follow this easy-to-make recipe. Follow that up with the addition of coconut, and you are leaving nothing to be desired. Both of these, as well as the other ingredients, are easy to digest and don’t make one feel over stuffed or too full (even if you eat a few more than you planned). Even the contrast in the color of the berries and coconut make these little gems appealing, very special cupcakes.

Source: Blahnik Baker

 

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No-Bake Mini Blender Cupcakes

No-Bake Mini Blender Cupcakes

Seeing and tasting these raw goodies will make you a believer in the idea that you don’t always have to bake to have cupcakes. In this case, you’ll only need 6 ingredients and a blender to whip them up. With so much time saved during the preparation, you’ll have lots of extra time for some special frosting choices or techniques. Don’t tell your consumers that these are raw, so you can see the look of pure shock, then delight on their faces when they discover this fact.

Source: Chocolate-Covered Katie

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Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

These healthy carrot cake cupcakes (I know, hard to believe that something with ‘cake’ twice in its name can be healthy) are delightful. They can be sugar-free, gluten-free, and high-fiber..three reasons to eat three of these cupcakes. Or more, we won’t judge. The cupcakes are soft and moist, and are versatile enough to serve as breakfast or dessert. Yes, you heard us right – cupcakes for breakfast!

Source: Chocolate-Covered Katie

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VEGAN CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES WITH VANILLA ALMOND FROSTING AND RASPBERRY


It may sound strange, but vegan cupcakes are quite delicious, especially when they are topped with fluffy vanilla almond frosting and a light drizzle of raspberry glaze. These cupcakes contain a number of substitutes that make them just as tasty as regular ones, only vegan. For example, vanilla almond milk takes the places of standard dairy milk, and extra virgin olive oil and apple cider vinegar fill in for the eggs. Don’t forget the cocoa powder!
Source Oh She Glows

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Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting


These vegan cupcakes are also gluten free, so you could argue that they are “healthy” – and use that as your justification for eating several of them in one sitting. However, they are also great for those with food allergies, as they use garbanzo-fava bean flour and potato starch, plus arrowroot, xanthan gum and agave nectar for sweetness. The frosting is also vegan and gluten free. It contains coconut flour, soy milk powder and several other ingredients.
Source iVillage

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VEGAN CHOCOLATE GINGER


The words “vegan” and “cupcake” are usually not used in the same sentence when spoken by those who aren’t vegan. After all, many people associate vegans with healthy food. However, even those who abstain from eating meat and animal by-products can enjoy a sugary treat now and then. These cupcakes contain flour, sugar, water, cocoa powder and canola oil, all traditional cupcake ingredients. The frosting is made of vegan margarine and soy milk. Combined, you get a tasty cupcake that anyone can enjoy!
Source TheKitchn

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