Orange Creamsicle Cupcakes

Orange Creamsicle Cupcakes

I’m sure you’ve had those delectable little goodies from the freezer, right – an orange creamsicle? They’re ooey and gooey and just the right amount of sweet for a warm summer’s day, but what if you just don’t WANT something cold and would prefer something…fluffy? Well it just so happens that orange creamsicle cupcakes are actually quite good and last way longer in the sun than an actual creamsicle does, making them perfect for birthday parties, anniversaries, and honestly…just about any time. Because they are delicious. And you need to eat them. Now. Seriously…now.

Source: I am Baker

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Brown Sugar Butterscotch Cupcakes

Brown Sugar Butterscotch Cupcakes

Are you a butterscotch lover? Yes? Good, then you don’t need any convincing to try these cupcakes out, my work here is done. Oh…you aren’t a butterscotch lover? Blasphemy! That’s such a shame, because these little slices of heaven are the perfect amount of sweet and fluffy and use brown sugar instead of white to make them that much more delectable. Did I say that they only take fifteen minutes to make? Yep. Perfect butterscotch cupcakes that are shareable, tasty and absolutely gorgeous in less than half an hour. So you’re going to try them now, right? I thought so.

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Coconut Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

Coconut Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

Whether you want to celebrate Easter or just the arrival of spring, this vanilla bean coconut cupcake is truly going to allow you to make a wonderful statement. They are oh so light and fluffy. With each bite comes a burst of flavor as the coconut cradles all that wonderful taste being offered by the vanilla bean. They are easy to make and you only need to use the white of the eggs.Topping them off with the coconut buttercream frosting is going to create the final touch to your edible masterpieces.

Source: Bake With Christina

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Blue Velvet Cupcakes with Easy Vanilla Buttercream


The classic red velvet cupcake contains just a hint of unsweetened cocoa powder, as well as buttermilk, white vinegar and vanilla extract. Once you have those in the batter, the cupcakes can be tinted any color – including the classic red, which is where the cupcakes get their name. However, you can also combine blue and violet gel food coloring to get these unabashedly patriotic blue velvet cupcakes. Once they have been coated in white vanilla buttercream frosting and some colorful sprinkles, they are ready to be enjoyed!
Source Traceys Cullinary Adventures

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BISCOFF CUPCAKES WITH BISCOFF BUTTERCREAM


There is no such thing as too much Biscoff. This recipe uses the cookie based spread both in the cupcakes and in the frosting. The cupcake batter also contains flour, sugar, sour cream, cinnamon, salt, canola oil, eggs and vanilla extract. Once they have baked and had a chance to cool, top them with the homemade Biscoff buttercream frosting that is described here. The results will be unforgettably tasty and quite delicious!
Source Picky Palate

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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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WEDDING CUPCAKES BUTTERCREAM


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.
Source Recipe Girl

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A Taste of Serenity Rose HIp Cupcakes


Rose hips may sound like a strange thing to put into cupcakes, but they result in a spice-cake-like treat. Combine the rose hip syrup with the other ingredients, in this case, cinnamon, almond butter, Greek yogurt, vanilla bean paste, sugar, flour and a few other things. Bake, and then top generously with rose hip buttercream (more rose hip syrup, powdered sugar, butter and salt) before serving. The rose hips make these the perfect treats to serve in springtime!
Source Cupcake Project

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Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Multicolored Frosting


No matter what the occasion is you will surely love these colorful mini chocolate cupcakes on your table. These cute cupcakes are made out of one bowl chocolate cupcakes, with butter cream for frosting. Make the frosting more interesting by adding some coloring to your butter cream frosting. Then make several cupcakes with different colors of frosting. Match these delicious cupcakes with a cup of espresso to enhance the chocolatey taste of the cupcake.
Source Martha Stewart

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Raspberry Cupcakes with Pink Buttercream and Lacy Chocolate Hearts


These raspberry cupcakes with pink butter cream and lacy chocolate hearts are definitely perfect for not just valentines, but for any other occasions as well. The cupcakes are made out of vanilla and milk. The insides of these sumptuous cupcakes consist of tiny raspberries. These raspberries will surely compliment the pink butter cream that is places on top of these amazing cupcakes. For the final touch, a heart shaped chocolate is placed carefully in between the pink butter cream frosting.
Source Marth Stewart

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