M&M Cupcakes

M&M Cupcakes

Loaded M&M cupcakes! Moist vanilla cupcakes with mini M&Ms in the batter, topped with vanilla buttercream and more mini M&Ms!

When it comes to adding candy to desserts, it doesn’t get much better than M&Ms, which is why these cupcakes are a guaranteed hit. Toss a handful in the batter and on top of the frosting, and you’ve got a perfect treat for that sweet tooth.

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Ultimate Reese’s Peanut Butter Cupcakes

Ultimate Reese's Peanut Butter Cupcakes

If there is a most popular chocolate on the planet, Reese’s may take the cake. In this case, Reese’s is in the cake and tops it as well.

Based on a peanut butter sponge cake, these cupcakes pack a peanut butter chocolate surprise filling and are topped with even more Reese’s goodness via spread and mini cups. If Friday isn’t a good reason to try these, we don’t know what is.

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Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes

This red velvet cupcake in a jar don’t necessarily have to be patriotic, but it lends itself to it, especially at this time of year. Moist cupcakes with a hint of chocolate topped with a creamy cream cheese frosting or vanilla bean buttercream.

Whether you gobble these up now or save them for next weekend, you won’t be disappointed – or messy!

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Blueberry Maple Cupcakes

Blueberry Maple Cupcakes

These Blueberry Maple Cupcakes are the cupcake equivalent of blueberry pancakes. Topped with a creamy frosting that tastes just like maple syrup.

These Blueberry Maple Cupcakes are extra special and unique. They taste like the cupcake version of blueberry pancakes. The texture of the cupcake is a little more like a muffin than a cupcakes and it’s filled with beautiful, sweet blueberries. The frosting is to die for.

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Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes

Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes

The only thing better than a cold raspberry lemonade are these Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes! As we welcome summer and it gets hotter, fruit is more and more desirable in treats and drinks, and this cupcake is a beautiful combination.

Lemonade cupcakes topped with homemade raspberry buttercream pair for a refreshing bite of sweetness on the hottest day in the season.

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Negroni Cupcakes

Negroni Cupcakes

These Negroni Cupcakes are a wonderfully delicious way to turn this classic drink into dessert. The cupcakes feature all three of the basic ingredients from the cocktail.

The cupcake batter includes both Campari and sweet vermouth, which bring their unique flavors to the buttery cupcake batter. The cupcakes are topped with a gin-spiked buttercream. If you’re a gin fan, you’ll love the frosting. If you’re not a gin fan, you’ll probably love the frosting anyway.

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Monkey Cupcakes

Monkey Cupcakes

As it turns out, it doesn’t take a professional pastry chef to make adorable animal cupcakes – just a little creativity and some materials of the candy variety.

Choose your favorite cupcake (because what doesn’t go well with chocolate), gather up chocolate buttercream, mini Oreos, mini M&Ms and some yellow frosting, then follow these easy steps for creating tiny monkeys for your little partying monkeys!

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Chocolate Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream, Sprinkles and a Cherry on Top

Chocolate Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream, Sprinkles and a Cherry on Top

There aren’t many among us who aren’t fans of ice cream, but when it comes to party clean-up, these psuedo-ice cream cupcakes may be a bit (ok, a lot) more desirable for hosts and hostesses.

Think basic chocolate cupcake disguised as an ice cream cone! Just bake these treats into the cones, top with vanilla buttercream and sprinkles, pop a cherry on top and get to partying!

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Ribena Cupcakes

Ribena Cupcakes

Even if you didn’t grow up where Ribena was popular, these sweet (and pretty!) cupcakes are sure to give you a taste for the extra-sugary drink–in cupcake form.

These cupcakes are a basic recipe, but with Ribena where the water or milk should be, filled with black currant jam and topped with pink Ribena buttercream and black currant pastiles. Um…yum?

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Malteser Cupcakes

Malteser Cupcakes

One of our team may or may not have found out this weekend that Malteser candy doesn’t actually taste just like Whoppers – apparently, it’s better. That means these cupcakes are worth a try!

Start off with classic chocolate cupcakes, core and fill with chocolate sauce and top with homemade Malteser buttercream frosting and some actual candies. Netflix and chill?

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