Chocolate Buttermilk Cupcakes with Earl Grey Buttercream and Salted Caramel

Chocolate Buttermilk Cupcakes with Earl Grey Buttercream and Salted Caramel

You might think it sounds like a strange combination, but the moist, slightly bitter dark chocolate cake is heavenly when you add the fluffy meringue-style icing with a hint of bergamot.

It’s pretty much chocolate and orange! And salted caramel goes with everything. Why not shake up your Sunday cup of tea?

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Buttermilk Cupcakes Cherry Buttercream Frosting


Is there anything better than buttermilk cupcakes topped with cherry buttercream frosting? The answer to that is – well, no. These cupcakes are the very top of the pile. They consist of buttermilk, cherries, eggs, flour, and a bunch of other “classic” ingredients. The main flavor comes from both the buttermilk and the cherries themselves. The frosting contains cherry brandy (which makes them an adults-only treat) as well as butter, sugar, salt and vanilla extract. Once you’ve eaten one of these treats, you’ll be hooked!
Source A Spicy Perspective

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FOURTH OF JULY BUTTERMILK CUPCAKES


Simple buttermilk cupcakes become Fourth of July themed in a flash, thanks to the addition of homemade cream cheese icing, some red, white and blue sprinkles, and a single red or blue star shaped marshmallow. The cupcakes themselves are easy to make, and are a mix of buttermilk, lemon juice, vanilla, sugar, eggs, butter, cake flour and baking soda. Once they have baked and cooled, the fun begins as you apply the toppings before serving these treats!
Source INGREDIENTS INC

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Pumpkin Cupcakes wth Buttermilk Icing


Can you imagine something so delicious and healthy at the same time? These Pumpkin Cupcakes with Buttermilk Icing is a must-try treat that will surely not hurt your diet program and will let you indulge without having to worry too much about calories. The goodness of perfectly ripe pumpkin complements the smooth taste of the buttermilk icing. You can also choose to have cream cheese frosting for your sweet tooth.
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Sweet Revenge’s “Pure” Cupcakes


There are so many complicated cupcake recipes out there that the “pure” ones stand out. And yes, revenge is indeed sweet when these simple cupcakes are served to your guests. Make them from butter, buttermilk, flour, eggs, sugar and vanilla — that is it, which is why they are considered “pure.” Bake, and then top with Sweet Revenge’s “pure” buttercream (butter, shortening, sugar, milk and more vanilla) and then sprinkle with even more sugar. Simple, yet so hard to resist!
Source Martha Stewart

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Vanilla Buttermilk Cupcakes and Buttercream Frosting


Vanilla cupcakes are far from boring when they’re decorated to look like polar bears and snowmen. A little creativity goes a long way on these! The “bear” is made from a donut hole frosted and coated with shredded coconut, and the snowman is covered in sanding sugar to make him glisten like freshly-fallen snow. However, the best part lies within — this vanilla cupcake is both rich and luscious, and the frosting is “the best EVER.” All in all, these are an unforgettable combination!
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Classic Red Velvet Cupcakes


There is nothing more drool-worthy than a red velvet cupcake. These confectionary masterpieces, made from a buttermilk cupcake batter with a tiny — in this case, one tablespoon — bit of unsweetened cocoa powder and a touch of red food coloring to help them reach their classic color, are the perfect complement to any meal. Adding to the flavor rush that hits upon biting into one of these beauties is a generous layer of vanilla cream cheese frosting. Yummy!
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Mocha Mocha Cupcakes


Coffee and chocolate cupcakes, also known as Mocha Mocha cupcakes are a sweet and full-bodied treat that is perfect for after dinner, Sunday brunch, dessert tables, or any other time the mood hits you. The cupcake recipe calls for, among the more common ingredients, heaping tablespoons of espresso powder, cocoa powder, brewed coffee, and buttermilk. These add to the rich mocha flavor and the exceptionally moist texture. The quick prep time and exceptional flavor make these a new favorite among Mocha lovers everywhere.
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Delicious Maple Buttermilk Pancake Cupcakes


Pancake lovers, rejoice! If, for whatever reason, you can’t enjoy your favorite breakfast of pancakes and maple syrup, then check out these maple buttermilk pancake cupcakes. Topped with a little bacon – and for good measure – a little maple butter cream cheese frosting — these will give you a morning sugar rush of epic proportions. The trick in making the cupcakes extra tasty lies in the addition of buttermilk, ground walnuts and ginger to the batter. Serve these the next time you have guests, and they will thank you!
Source The Extraordinary Art of Cake

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Tres Leches Cupcakes


Rich, sweet, and creamy are three words for this three milk, or Tres Leches, cupcake. While the name literally means “three milks”, there are four milks used in this recipe; buttermilk, evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and coconut milk, all of which add to the decadent flavor and texture of this dessert. The Dulce de Leche frosting also lives up to its name, which means “candy of milk”. Whether on its own as a snack, or after a meal, this cupcake is “tres bon’”.
Source Bakers Royale

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