Monkey bread is sticky, gooey, covers in cinnamon and sugar and just plain tasty. These monkey bread cupcakes take that idea and spin it a bit. The dough is rolled into a ball around some banana slices and chocolate bits, before dunked in melted butter and cinnamon and sugar. Each ball then goes into a cupcake liner (although it’s more fun to squeeze two into one liner to evoke the real thing) and baked before being coated in a sugar-y, cinnamon-y glaze.
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Everyone knows that when you have over-ripe bananas you can make banana bread or muffins out of them, but why not try to move in a different direction and bake some cupcakes instead? These banana cupcakes with honey cinnamon frosting take there flavor from the mashed bananas in the batter, plus the whole, sliced banana that goes on top of the lucious honey-cinnamon frosting. How’s that for a twist of something different?
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Are you tired of baking those old cupcake recipes that you have for quite a long time now? To break the monotony, you have to try the Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting. These are easily baked and will give you quite a different taste from the common cupcake flavors. Its peanut butter frosting perfectly blends with the banana cupcake. You can even add chocolates on top of the frosting for a better tasting dessert for you and your loved ones.
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Banana Cupcakes with Crème Fraiche frosting are a simple sweet treat for any season. With simple ingredients and common kitchen skills these might just become your “go-to” dessert. These easy to make cupcakes are a moist and dense banana cake perfect for after dinner dessert, pot lucks or picnics, formal parties or informal gatherings. The Crème Fraiche frosting is super simple to create and completes this flavor palette quite successfully.
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Looking for something cool and different to serve at your child’s next birthday party? These banana split cupcakes are easier and less messy than the ice cream dish that they are named after. Start with a basic banana cupcake base, then top with typical banana split goodies — namely sweetened whipped cream frosting and homemade chocolate ganache. Then go wild! Add a slice of banana, a maraschino cherry, some sprinkles, chopped nuts, or even toffee bits. The sky’s the limit!
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Silky sweet banana cream pie is a summer favorite and these Banana Cream Cupcakes are sure to deliver that summertime flavor to any dinner, dessert table, celebration, or party. These yummy cupcakes are full of ripe bananas, sweet creamy butter, and just the right amount of sugar. The vanilla pastry cream frosting is silky and rich adding just the right texture and flavor to their cupcake counterpart. Serve chilled, with a firm banana slice.
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Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter and Honey Frosting combine the wholesome goodness of bananas, peanuts, and honey in a marriage of sweet but not overpowering flavors. The banana cake alone would be perfect for a muffin and juice breakfast treat. When topped with a cream cheese and honey flavored peanut butter frosting, the subtle flavors accompany one another in a comfort food sort of way like no other. Whether a midnight snack, dessert, or breakfast, these cupcakes are sure to satisfy.
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Banana and Blueberry Cupcakes sounds like a tasty summer treat, but when you factor in that these are also vegan and gluten free, you have some seriously healthy delicacies here. Most of the ingredients are available at the grocery store, but even if they aren’t a trip to your health food store will have what you need. The fresh taste and healthy feeling of these cupcakes leave you wanting more, and feeling good about it.
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Cool, savory and sweet combined, this banana ice cream cashew chocolate cupcake contains several intense flavors that astonishingly enough, mingle harmoniously. Starting with a flourless cashew chocolate cake base, then topped with banana ice cream, white chocolate caramel (made from the simple combination of white chocolate and coconut oil) and then salted hot fudge and several carmelized banana slices, this treat is as complex as it is tasty. The only caveat: it must be eaten with a spoon!
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