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Lemon Creme Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes


These Lemon Crème Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes not only taste great, but they are easy to make as well. A lemon crème Oreo cookies goes on the bottom of each cupcake liner (yes, the WHOLE cookie, filling and all) and then the cheesecake mixture is layered on top. After baking, top with fruit pie filling – blueberry is used in this particular recipe – fresh fruit, ice cream, or whatever you prefer. You can also top these with a little whipped cream before serving!
Source Cupcakes and Kale Chips

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VEGAN WHOLE WHEAT CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES WITH SPICED BUTTERCREAM


You could argue that these cupcakes are good for you, since they are vegan and are made with whole wheat flour. The substitutions are easy to handle – vanilla almond milk takes the place of cows milk and apple cider vinegar fills in for butter. The cupcakes are also flavored with cocoa powder, vanilla extract and cinnamon. Once you’ve baked these cupcakes, it’s time to top them with cinnamon spice “buttercream” frosting, which is made vegan as well. Tasty!
Source Oh She Glows

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CARROT CAKE CUPCAKES


Carrot cake is a classic treat that can be served any time of the year, but is especially tasty in the winter. Something about those cold, snowy days calls for a hearty cupcake flavored with ground up carrots, sliced walnuts, orange zest, buttermilk, ground cardamom and ground cinnamon. Once these cupcakes have baked and have had a chance to cool off, top them with a homemade cream cheese frosting. This classic frosting will make them even harder to resist!
Source Simply Recipes

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Sugar High Friday Blood Orange Margarita Cupcake


These blood orange margarita cupcakes are an adults-only treat that can be served on New Years’ Eve, after a nice dinner, or anytime that you want a slightly “boozy” snack. They consist of the zest and juice of a single blood orange, flour, butter, milk, sugar and eggs. The “margarita” factor is in the frosting: tequila, milk, candied ginger, butter and powder sugar are combined to make these into a sweet yet tart treat that your guests will enjoy!
Source Chez Us

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MOCHA CHIP CUPCAKES


Sometimes you need a cupcake with a little “pick me up,” like these mocha chip cupcakes. These chocolate confections are made from a combination of chopped chocolate, flour, salt, baking soda, unsalted butter, sugar, eggs, chocolate chips, vanilla extract and dissolved espresso powder (hence the “pick me up.” As if that weren’t enough chocolate, they are coated in a thin layer of chocolate sour cream frosting once they are baked and have had a chance to cool. You probably won’t be able to eat just one!
Source Fine Cooking

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SUGAR AND SPICE CUPCAKES


Sugar and Spice Cupcakes are perfect for any occasion. They are simple yet elegant at the same time. Vanilla pudding and sour cream give the cupcake an incredibly moist and luxurious texture while the pumpkin pie spice elevates it to a whole new level of tasty. They are topped with a vanilla spiced butter cream and then sprinkled with some coarse sprinkling sugar at the end for a glimmering glitzy look.
Source My Baking Addiction

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SPOOKY SPIDER CUPCAKES


Making cute Halloween-themed treats doesn’t need to be complicated. These spooky spider cupcakes are made from a chocolate cake mix (these particular ones use a dark chocolate fudge mix, but the choice is yours), some frosting, and a few easy to assemble toppings. Once the cupcakes are baked and frosted lightly with chocolate glaze, all that need to be added are the chocolate sprinkles (for the spider body), some black string licorice (for the legs) and two white eyeball candies (self-explanatory)!
Source Skinny Taste

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Thanksgiving Cupcakes


Thanksgiving cupcakes, it’s not too late to create some but perhaps in light of the calendar, you could change the turkey to a chick or a bunny. The base is a pumpkin cupcake, reminiscent no doubt of Thanksgiving celebration, and topped with a chocolate buttercream. A white chocolate or vanilla buttercream would do nicely to change the color of your creation, and the toasted coconut could become a bunny’s fur. With enough buttercream and imagination you can change any cupcakes theme, maybe even the world.
Source Marth Stewart

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AVOCADO LIME CUPCAKES


If you’ve gotten tired of the same old boring chocolate, white and vanilla cake cupcakes, look no further. This summer-y “alternative” cupcake is made from some standard ingredients: flour, sugar, butter and eggs, but is flavored with some non-standard ones: avocado and lime. The frostings (there are two atop these treats) consist of avocado (mashed avocado, butter and sugar) and lime cream cheese (cream cheese, butter sugar and lime extract.) Are you ready for something different?
Source Cupcake Project

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MEYER LEMON LIMONCELLO CUPCAKES


Make your own Happy Hour treat with these Meyer lemon limoncello cupcakes. The limoncello in the batter and the frosting turn these into an adults only treat that should not be served to kids. Of course you can always make a batch or two without the limoncello, but where’s the fun in that? These cupcakes are flavored with the aforementioned limoncello, fresh Meyer lemon juice, and Meyer lemon zest. They are filled with homemade lemon curd, and topped with cream cheese frosting – there isn’t much sweetness in these cupcakes!
Source Tartelette

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