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Recipe Makeover Challenge: Chocolate Cupcakes


It can be tough to find snacks that you can eat when you’re following a strict low fat diet. However, with a little experimentation – and the handy tips listed here – you will be able to make chocolate cupcakes for yourself and your family. The trick lies in knowing what to substitute for other things, and how to handle those ingredients so that the cake remains moist and tasty. With some careful adjustments, you’ll even be able to find the perfect frosting for your cupcakes.
Source Americas Test Kitchen

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Full Moon Baby Blue Cupcakes


Cupcakes are handy to serve at parties, because they require less utensils and other things. You won’t have to worry about cutting up a cake, making all of the pieces the same size, and handing it around the room on plates. All that you need to serve cupcakes is a napkin and the cupcake itself! These particular cupcakes were designed for a baby shower. They are red velvet, and feature blue tinted cream cheese frosting and edible baby decorations. Tasty and cute at the same time!
Source Cake in a Cup!

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10 CRAZY CUPCAKE FLAVORS


These 10 crazy cupcake flavors make those made of vanilla, chocolate and even peanut butter look normal. However, just because the flavor is unique and original, that doesn’t mean that they don’t taste good. Some of the ones listed here use a classic candy or drink, like Red Hots or Mountain Dew as an inspiration, while others use things that are good for you, for example, kale or avocadoes as their central ingredient. Are you ready to test your taste buds?
Source Best Friends for Frosting

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Rhubarb and Ginger Cupcake with Custard Buttercream


Are you tired of boring, standard cupcakes in flavors like vanilla and chocolate? If so, then these rhubarb and ginger cupcakes with custard buttercream frosting might be just the thing that you have been looking for. Rhubarb is a component in strawberry rhubarb pie, so why wouldn’t it work in a cupcake alongside ginger? The answer? It does, and the results are fabulous! Once these treats have been frosted, they end up being almost too pretty to eat, but don’t let that stop you.
Source Fondant Fairytales

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CHINESE TAKEOUT CUPCAKES


It is amazing what you can do with some candy, some frosting, a few vanilla cupcakes and some creativity. These Chinese takeout cupcakes are decorated to look just like the real thing – Chinese food. The lo mein is made from vanilla frosting complete with Laffy Taffy “broccoli” and “carrot bits.” The fried rice cupcakes are decorated with orange and yellow fruit chews, green jelly beans and rice cereal. These look so much like Chinese food that you have to see them to believe them!
Source iVillage

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Shirley Temple Cupcakes


These lip-smacking goodies look like they’ve popped up out of a 1950’s 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, it’s 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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DIY Tutorial: Graduation Cupcakes


Decorating cupcakes is a breeze, thanks to a little ingenuity and some seemingly random candies. These graduation cupcakes are first coated with vanilla buttercream frosting. Then, the fun begins. You need fudge covered graham cracker cookies, Oreo Funstix cookies, red M&M candies, mini Reese’s peanut butter cups, thinly sliced fruit roll-ups and decorating gel to hold all of the components together. Once you have assembled the edible graduation caps on the cupcakes, they are ready to be served and enjoyed!
Source Anna and Blue Paperie

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Chocolate Biscoff Cupcakes


Biscoff is an addictive cookie spread that is similar to Nutella (although Nutella is made from chocolate and hazelnuts.) These cupcakes have Biscoff in the frosting, not in the batter itself. In fact, the batter is a simple chocolate cupcake batter, made according to the specifications from your favorite recipe. The frosting is a Biscoff buttercream that is made from butter, vanilla, powdered sugar, milk and the aforementioned Biscoff spread. Frost the cupcakes, sprinkle on some Biscoff cookie bits and enjoy!
Source I am Baker

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Raspberry Chocolate Cupcakes


Chocolate cupcakes pair well with fruit flavors. For instance, this particular recipe uses both chocolate and raspberries. The cupcakes are made from bittersweet chocolate, flour, sugar, vanilla extract and butter, among other ingredients. They are poured into festive cupcake liners and baked, before being topped with raspberry buttercream frosting. The frosting contains both raspberry extract and raspberry puree, in order to give each treat the maximum amount of flavor. Toss on a few fresh raspberries and a sprig or two of mint before serving.
Source A Cup of Sugar … A Pinch of Salt

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3D Lego Cupcakes


Kids like to play with blocks, so it makes perfect sense that a child would request a Lego themed birthday party, complete with matching cupcakes. These particular cupcakes come in both chocolate and vanilla flavors, so each attendee has his or her choice. The frosting matches the cupcakes, making it easier to choose. However, the real stand out are the fondant Lego “bricks” placed on top of each treat. They are edible, and really carry out the theme, don’t you think?
Source Cake in a Cup!

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