Blueberry n’ Cream Cupcakes

Blueberry n' Cream Cupcakes

What? Blueberries AND cream? Honestly, we don’t think there is a way you could possibly go wrong with such a delicious, simple combination. A little bit of vanilla, a little bit of sugar, a little bit of oven time and BOOM! You have one of the tastiest cupcakes we’ve ever posted. Unless, of course, you don’t like blueberries…in which case you should go to the next recipe (or just eat these without blueberries, because who doesn’t like creamy delicious cupcakes?!)

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Cookie Monster Cupcakes

This is one monster the whole family won’t mind coming up against, as these cookie monster cupcakes are absolutely delightful. These are made with a high rising recipe, so the mouth can be cut out for the amazing cookie monster effects. Don’t forget about the cookie that you will want to set into the mouth, because we all know that the cookie monster loves his cookies too.

Source: I Am Baker

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Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

With the combination of blueberry and coconut in each bite you take of these cupcakes, you can expect an explosion of flavor that is simply delightful. They are moist and almost melt in your mouth, leaving those tasty morsels of coconut to linger and bring you great eating pleasure. This blueberry coconut cupcake is one that you can take to every occasion and expect to receive great compliments on your fine baking skills.

Source: Life, Love and Sugar

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Festive Tie-Dye Cupcakes

Festive Tie-Dye Cupcakes

What better way is there then to blast off the summer than with these tie dye cupcakes? They are whimsical and fun to look at, but better look quick, because they won’t be around for long. These multi-colored cupcakes are easy to make and oh, so delicious. Be generous with your sprinkles, because they really do add to both the looking and tasting fun. They will make the perfect addition to your next barbecue!

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Cotton Candy Oreo Cupcakes

Cotton Candy Oreo Cupcakes

Can you imagine taking two fabulous favorites, like cotton candy and Oreo cookies, and combining them into one jam packed flavor explosion with every bite of a cupcake? These cupcakes are light and fluffy, which makes a great foundation for being able to enjoy more than one at time. The pink and blue icing makes you think of a carnival, where the highlight is the cotton candy, and of course Oreos, which are great at any time of day.

Source: Bakerella

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Blue Cupcakes


Blueberry filled Vanilla cupcakes with lemon buttercream frosting are delicate, fruity, and wonderful for a light snack or a tempting dessert. The cake is a standard vanilla cupcake batter baked at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes. The filling is easy as well; frozen blueberries thickened with sugar and cornstarch over heat. The blueberry filling is injected into the vanilla cupcake which is then topped with the tangy lemon buttercream. In not time, with little effort you have a super easy extra yummy afternoon treat.
Source Naturally Ella

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Blue Tiffany Theme Cupcakes


A Tiffany-blue ribbon (yes, like the jewelry store) is an iconic item that people around the world recognize quickly and easily. Topping a series of cupcakes, whether they are made from chocolate, vanilla or red velvet, with a dollop of Tiffany-blue frosting and a beautiful silver or white ribbon sculpted out of the frosting makes for a memorable site. Serve these tasty treats at a wedding shower, baby shower, or even a birthday party. They go better if there’s a matching box alongside them!
Source Cake In A Cup

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Blue and White Cupcakes


Blue and white cupcakes are a great dessert to serve at just about any occasion. From baby showers to Christmas parties, they fit the bill nicely. These lovely chocolate and vanilla cupcakes are decked out for a birthday party, complete with blue buttercream frosting, edible pearls and shimmering silver sprinkles and stars. Some have lucious white frosting, and are topped with an edible “happy birthday” topper, as well as blue gumballs. Now all you need is a party to serve them at!
Source Eat My Cakes

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Blue Stars Cupcakes


There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration!
Source Cabnolen’s Cafe

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Blue and Chocolate Swirl Cupcakes


Blue and Chocolate Swirl Cupcakes are a rich chocolate cupcake, either homemade or from a mix, topped with blue buttercream frosting and chocolate buttercream frosting swirled together using separate frosting bags, together in one bigger bag and a large Wilton tip. The trick is to use the same pressure on both bags of frosting at the same time to get the swirl to mix evenly. The effect is quite visually appealing however and perfect in specific colors for a theme party or wedding.
Source The Little Kitten

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