Key Lime Cupcakes

Key Lime Cupcakes

Who says that key lime has to be chained to the sad, dreary confines of a PIE? Who wants to always be a pie? I certainly do not, and I for one am incredibly happy to see that key lime cupcakes totally exist. I don’t always like my cupcakes oozing with sweetness, and these tangy bites of deliciousness ensure that I don’t get pummeled with sugar. While there is still plenty of sugar in them, these key lime cupcakes have a wonderful tanginess about them that hails back to the original desert (though the pie really does not hold a candle to these babies). Check them out before I eat them all, because…well, because I will.

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Coconut Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

Coconut Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

Whether you want to celebrate Easter or just the arrival of spring, this vanilla bean coconut cupcake is truly going to allow you to make a wonderful statement. They are oh so light and fluffy. With each bite comes a burst of flavor as the coconut cradles all that wonderful taste being offered by the vanilla bean. They are easy to make and you only need to use the white of the eggs.Topping them off with the coconut buttercream frosting is going to create the final touch to your edible masterpieces.

Source: Bake With Christina

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Italian Cream Cupcakes

Italian Cream Cupcakes

If you’re looking for a decadent, sweet, classy treat, you’ve come to the right place! Italian Cream Cupcakes are not only all of the above, they’re deliciously sinful. Topped with a cherry and the right frosting, they’re impossible to stop eating. One won’t be enough, two won’t be enough…maybe three, but that’s pushing it. I bet you’ll want at least four of these delicious buttermilk-infused treats. Eat another for me! Check ’em out.

Source: Cooking Classy

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Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes (For Easter or Anytime!)

Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes

It’s true: I don’t think “rosemary lemon” when I think cupcakes, either. In addition, these cupcakes are made in quite an unusual way – in empty eggshells! However, neither one of these facts detracts from the simple truth that these little beauties are a heavenly bite of perfection. This classy treat is all about flavor, texture, and a delicious understated sweetness that’ll keep you coming back…even if you don’t like rosemary. Batter up!

Source: Cup of Sugar, Pinch of Salt

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Peach Bellini Cupcakes


A peach bellini is an alcoholic beverage that mainly consists of Prosecco sparking wine and peaches. Sometimes the peaches are fresh, while others, the taste of the peaches is the result of peach flavored alcohol. In the case of these cupcakes, the peaches are in the batter – in the form of jarred peaches, juice included, that have been diced into tiny pieces. The Prosecco is in the frosting, alongside butter, sugar and vanilla. You won’t be able to eat just one!
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Shirley Temple Cupcakes


These lip-smacking goodies look like they’ve popped up out of a 1950s Technicolor fantasy flick and they taste as fine as their classical looks. Sweet and scrumptious, with a slightly caramelized top, the bright and shiny glazing with its grenadine and lemon extract mix, is a sensation. And then of course, its up to you to choose whether you want to keep the iconic maraschino cherry for last or gobble it up before you commence the mini-feast.
Source Cupcake Project

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Chocolate Wedding Cupcakes


Although these are called chocolate wedding cupcakes, they can be served for any occasion – including just for fun! The cupcakes themselves are made from a chocolate cake mix, with some flour, sugar, salt and other ingredients added in to both expand and enhance the mix. The frosting is a chocolate buttercream, made from scratch out of butter, milk, powdered sugar, cream cheese, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips. The combination of both of these results in delicious treats for any occasion, but especially a wedding.
Source Recipe Girl

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WEDDING CUPCAKES BUTTERCREAM


The traditional wedding cake is no more. The new in thing has become wedding cupcakes. They look beautiful and are easily eaten by you and your guests. Cupcakes allow you to give your wedding a modern feel and add a splash of color to an otherwise dull white wedding cake. This recipe for wedding cupcake buttercream frosting can be made in any color you want and it can be used to top anything from cupcakes, to cakes, and cookies.
Source Recipe Girl

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Chocolate Coconut Rum Cupcakes and an Announcement


These tantalizingly tempting chocolate coconut rum cupcakes are a must to compliment any special occasion where cookies are on the menu. With a filling that includes chocolate chips, there is instant appeal for your taste buds. The frosting of vanilla bean cream cheese, dusted with yummy cocoa and coconut, make these cupcakes so different and so delicious. Certainly, a success on any table filled with interesting goodies for entertaining guests.
Source Cupcake Project

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Pumpkin Cupcakes


Some people may think that pumpkins only exist during Halloween and Thanksgiving, but with these pumpkin cupcakes you will surely want to see them more often. People who are not fond of eating pumpkins may see pumpkins in another light once they taste these cupcakes, because they don’t taste like pumpkins that much due to other spices and additional flavors that are added in these mouth-watering cupcakes. The top part of these cupcakes is made out of cream cheese and maple frosting, which will give these amazing pumpkin cupcakes a heavenly aroma. Match these cupcakes with your favorite cup of tea.
Source Smitten Kitchen

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