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Fruity Pebble Cupcakes

Fruity Pebble cereal transcends breakfast food thanks to these cupcakes. They start off with yellow cake mix, eggs and oil, but become transformed with the addition of crushed pineapple, sour cream and, of course, some Fruity Pebbles. After baking, top these off with some homemade cream cheese frosting before adding on a light sprinkling of even more Fruity Pebbles. These can be served to kids… or saved just for the kid in you!
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A basic vanilla cupcake recipe is carried to new heights of flavor with addition of heaps of fresh blueberries. Try making these Blueberry Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting when blueberries are in season and full of flavor for the best results. The creamy cream cheese frosting mixes well with the tart blueberry flavor and just melts in your mouth. Dropping a single blueberry on top of the frosting gives them a sleek and attractive look.
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Get ready for a spectacular treat with these otherworldly snacks. Perfect for Halloween these Ghostly Cupcakes have deep cocoa base and a whipped and fluffy marshmallow frosting. The rich dark color of the chocolate cupcakes is achieved with the addition of instant espresso powder which makes them a beautiful contrast to the bright white marshmallow based frosting. Bittersweet dark chocolate baking chips are used to make ghostly eyes and mouth.
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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.
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Think you’re too busy to make some homemade cupcakes? Think again. These microwave cupcakes are an easy and convenient way for everyone to get a chance to enjoy some homemade pastries. Most of the time you will spend 2 hours or more baking your cupcakes and, if you’re anything like me, it might look like a bomb of flour and batter exploded in your kitchen. Not with these tasty treats. All it takes is 5 minutes to whip up a quick batch of these chocolate and cinnamon flavored cupcakes.
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Polka-Dot Cupcakes

Give your kids an exciting and different birthday party type of cake, by serving polka dot cupcakes instead, with each cupcake in a different color and having a letter set on the cream cheese topping. All of the letters when the cupcakes are laid side-by-side say “happy Birthday” These polka dot cupcakes are so yummy with their orange zest flavor that kids of any age impatiently wait for their party time to enjoy them.
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Lamington Cupcakes – Cupcake Cubes Frosted on All Sides

A little bit of Australia comes to the United States with these Lamington cupcakes. For those not in the know, a Lamington is an Australian treat that consists of tiny squares of sponge cake that have been dunked in frosting in order to coat them on all sides. These square cupcakes, made from a vanilla cupcake batter (although you can always make them chocolate) are frosted on all sides and coated in both coconut and white sprinkles. Yummy!
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Hot Chocolate Cupcakes With Mint Kissed Centers

Hot chocolate and winter are ideal partners, they really go together and when turning them into cupcakes, they are real bliss. Biting into them and finding the delicious mint truffle in the center is a heavenly mouthful that surpasses any dreams! As if this is not enough to satisfy your taste buds, the topping is of toasted marshmallows. Devouring these hot chocolate mint kissed center cupcakes is an absolutely awesome event.
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Gingerbread Cupcakes

For those of you who love gingerbread but hate making it into cookies and houses, these cupcake are perfect. They contain standard gingerbread ingredients like molasses, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, allspice and ground ginger (plus the addition of grated ginger, for an extra bit of flavor). After baking these scrumptious treats, top them with lemon icing, made from a simple combination of powdered sugar and lemon juice) before serving. You’ll find that the lemon compliments the ginger in a whole new way!
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Coconut Snowball Cupcakes

Coconut Snowball Cupcakes are the coconut lover’s dream cupcake! Unlike their iconic namesake, these feature a coconut cake. This cake is made of ingredients that combine to form a sweet and moist cake which is subsequently filled with a homemade coconut pastry cream and topped with further coconut goodness by way of a cooked coconut frosting. These make a lovely display when left their natural white, but for a themed party the coconut can be colored quite easily using food coloring.
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