Double Chocolate Reese’s Pieces Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Reese's Pieces Cupcakes

It’s Friday and officially the season to eat yummy goodies all the time. There are more than enough cupcake recipes to get you through the season with a new one each day, but this glorious recipe is all about Reese’s, which is absolutely alright with me. Along with some Reese’s Pieces worked into the batter and slathered on top, the recipe includes absolutely divine double chocolate batter that will make you cry tears of chocolatey delicious joy. Plus, there’s a lovely layer of chocolate peanut butter frosting on top of this cupcake – what more could you possibly need from a seasonal sweet?

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Banana Snickerdoodle Cupcakes

Banana Snickerdoodle Cupcakes

 Bananas are a great addition to any cupcake (or anything baked, for that matter), and combined snickerdoodle, we’re looking at a cupcake recipe perfect for the oncoming cold weather. Topped with cinnamon sugar and heaped with a cinnamon cream cheese buttercream, these cupcakes are the perfect combination of comfort flavors to get you through the coldest winter. Toss a banana slice on top, and these little goodies are even perfect for holiday get togethers!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

 

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Pumpkin Snickers Cupcakes

Pumpkin Snickers Cupcakes

A pumpkin cupcake is certainly not hard to find, and neither is a Snickers, but this recipe combines the two glorious flavors into one, promising cupcakes you won’t be able to resist. These delightful morsels are topped with a nugat frosting and chocolate that looks like it took four hours. (It doesn’t…unless you eat it all and have to start over. No one will judge.) Based on sight alone, it would be tough to judge anyone for eating too many – that orange and brown is the perfect combination of delicious.

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Spiced Apple Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

Spiced Apple Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

When you combine apple with the right spices, especially during autumn months, it’s tough to go wrong. Cut this perfection down to size in a cupcake, and you’re sure to have a winner. In this case, the winning spices are cinnamon and nutmeg with just a hint of cloves. The amazing smell they create while baking is almost as pleasurable as the eating experience itself! Top the aroma and taste with cinnamon cream cheese frosting and a dried apple chip, and you’ve got yourself a little piece of fall heaven…or two.

Source: Baked by Rachel

 

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Pumpkin Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Meringue Frosting

Pumpkin Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Meringue Frosting

The best cupcakes tie in an excellent frosting, because while cupcakes do taste delicious on their own, a bit of spectacularly flavored frosting can kick them from a ten to an eleven…or even a twelve. That’s definitely the case when it comes to these pumpkin morsels. While the cupcake stands on its own and could probably be inhaled about ten times before anyone noticed the frosting was missing, the maple – yes…maple – meringue is to die for. When you toast it a little and throw it atop these fluffy beauties, you’ll never want to eat another cupcake again, unless it’s another one of these!

Source: Baked by Rachel

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Salted Caramel Apple Cupcakes

Salted Caramel Apple Cupcakes

Salted caramel is in its heyday, and given our affinity for caramel apples, these salted caramel apple cupcakes were bound to appear at some point. With a few edits to a spiced apple cake recipe, Blahnik Baker’s made it happen! Pairing a spiced apple cake, including chunks of real apple, with a salted-caramel infused swiss meringue buttercream, this recipe promises a smooth, delectable fall treat suitable for any get together, including Thanksgiving itself. Just be sure to leave a few at home if you’re planning to indulge yourself!

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Old Fashioned Cocktail Cupcakes

Old Fashioned Cocktail Cupcakes

Anyone for a cocktail?A cocktail cupcake, that is. Begin this yummy journey with a vanilla base, then have a little fun adding flavors like orange zest and your favorite whiskey (be honest, you DO have a favorite), for an Old Fashioned disguised as a bite of cake. For this recipe, be careful not to use all of your whiskey in the base (or for tasting purposes…that’s important too!), as you need to reserve some for brushing on the baked cakes. This finishing touch adds back in a little of that “old fashioned” flavor you’ll inevitably bake out. Be sure to eat and drive responsibly with these, and don’t forget the bitters!

Source: Baking Bites

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Strawberry Basil Cupcakes

Strawberry Basil Cupcakes

Strawberry is a wonderful fruit, but sometimes we get so wrapped up in its personal flavor, we forget how well it pairs with herbs! In this case, combine strawberry with basil to make a cupcake that will have everyone asking for more. We’re using basil sugar here, not pure basil, so no need to worry it will overpower the sweetness you expect in a cupcake. Like many of the recipes we love, one of these cupcakes just might not be enough.

Source: Love & Custard

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Perfect Yellow Cupcakes with Chocolate Buttercream

Perfect Yellow Cupcakes with Chocolate Buttercream

Sometimes you just gotta take it old school. Forget about all those crazy combinations and infusions, and get down to earth with these tasty, adorable little yellow cupcakes. There’s something comforting in perfecting simplicity, and this “perfect yellow cupcake” recipe nails it. Top off perfection with some chocolate buttercream, and it might be difficult to remember why you’d ever want a souped-up cupcake in the first place.

Source: I am Baker

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Rose and Pistachio Cupcakes

Rose and Pistachio Cupcakes

Looking for a light, but sweet treat? You’re going to absolutely love the taste of these rose and pistachio cupcakes, and they’re not too hard to look at either. With rosewater for a light hint of sweet and pistachio for a kick of tang, these cupcakes are perfect to follow up Monday’s work day. The batter is light and fluffy, so don’t feel bad about adding a little extra buttercream, and if you’re feeling artsy, grab some edible flowers and toast a few pistachios for lovely toppers! Monday’s much easier to deal with when flowers are involved!

Source: Love & Custard

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