Cherry Coke Float Cupcakes

Cherry Coke Float Cupcakes

Nothing says fun quite like turning one of your favorite drinks into cupcakes. This recipe begins with a chocolate-cola cake, is filled with cherry pie filling, topped with a sugar-cola glaze, then finally topped off with my favorite whipped cream frosting for cupcakes, and a maraschino cherry, of course. What’s a float without some whipped cream and a cherry?!

The combination of chocolate, the faint Coke flavor, the cherry filling, and the whipped cream on top is a sensational combination of flavors and textures. If chocolate-covered cherries are your jam, or you love cherry-flavored cola, add these to your baking list ASAP!

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Pina Colada Cupcakes

Pina Colada Cupcakes

You could say that when you are boozing it up with these cupcakes, you’re doing it in a very classy way. Or you could just say, “TGIF!” Pina Colada Cupcakes are every bit as good as knocking back a few real-life Pina Coladas. The thing about this particular cupcake though, is that it has a double whammy when it comes to the alcohol. These babies are rum soaked AND filled with pineapple preserves, which no doubt acts as a wonderful vessel for gathering up a bit more of that rum flavor. It just might be that these are a don’t eat-and-drive delectable! (But wouldn’t they be worth it?)

Source: bakers royale for BHG

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Pina Colada Cupcakes

Pina Colada Cupcakes

Do you like pina coladas? Or getting caught in the rain? Well, good, these cupcakes might be right down your alley! Some regular flour, coconut extract and pineapple juice turn these regular ol’ white cupcakes into a delicious replica of the ever-popular drink…without the buzz! Add the right frosting and a little coconut on top, and you have the best little morsel a Saturday afternoon by the pool (or on the beach, if you’re lucky) can buy.

Source: Love&Custard (Formerly Mrs. B’s Kitchen)

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Strawberry Sundae Cupcakes

Strawberry Sundae Cupcakes

No cold, drippy ice cream necessary when you promise the family a strawberry sundae, because it’s going to be presented in a cupcake form. No need to worry about disappointment either, because these strawberry sundae cupcakes will more than please those who are waiting for a treat beyond words. Who can pass up a rich, moist cake base topped with all that you would expect to find on your beloved sundae?

Source: Life, Love & Sugar

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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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Cherry Red Velvet Cupcakes


These cupcakes kick things up a notch, thanks to the addition of cherry pie filling. The red velvet batter is made via a classic combination of cocoa powder, flour, eggs, white vinegar, buttermilk, vanilla extract, red food coloring and several other items. Once they have baked and have had a chance to cool, a core is cut out of the center of each and cherry pie filling is added. Replace the top, frost with cream cheese icing and enjoy!
Source Java Cupcake

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Cherry Pie Cupcakes


White cake mix, a whole (pitted) fresh cherry and some creative topping all combine to make these cherry pie cupcakes into tasty showstoppers. While the batter is easy to make (just combine all of the ingredients and then push a cherry into the center of each cupcake before baking) the topping requires a little creativity. Adhere red M&M’s candies to the top of the baked and cooled cupcakes with frosting, then add more buttercream around them to give the illusion of a cherry pie. What a yummy surprise!
Source Your Cup of Cake

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Cherry Limeade Cupcakes


Cherry and lime are two summery fruits whose flavors go together splendidly. The only issue is how to combine them? In this case, there are two sets of cupcakes and frostings – one is a cherry cupcake with lime frosting, and the other is a lime cupcake with cherry frosting. The cherry cupcakes are flavored with maraschino cherry juice, while the lime ones have both lime zest and lime juice. The frosting is also the best of both worlds. The lesson to be learned here? If you can’t decide – make them both!
Source House Wives of Riverton

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Fresh Cherry Limeade Cupcakes


Limes and cherries seem like a crazy combination, but once you try them together (like in Sonic’s cherry limeade, which was the inspiration for these sweet treats) you will understand how well they mesh. The lime is in the cupcake batter, in the form of both zest and juice, alongside cupcake staples like flour, buttermilk and sugar. The cherries are in the frosting – the recipe calls for butter, pitted fresh cherries and sugar. Bake, frost and fall in love with this formerly “crazy” combination.
Source Eat, Live, Run

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CHOCOLATE CHERRY CUPCAKES


These cherry chocolate cupcakes are cupcakes to eat not after a meal but as a meal. Many of my cupcakes are dense, but these cherry chocolate cupcakes are chocolate boulders. The batter is so chocolate-laden that eating one of these cupcakes equates to consuming a solid chocolate bar and a cupcake simultaneously. Stop reading now if you want a dainty, frilly cupcake for a bridal or baby shower.

I made two different kinds of frosting for these chocolate cherry cupcakes: maraschino cherry buttercream and chocolate black cherry cream cheese. Both were huge hits with my tasters (they said the frostings were their favorite part of the cupcakes). My personal preference, however, was to eat the cupcakes sans frosting with a tall glass of milk.
Source Cupcake Project

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