Chocolate Cupcakes for Two

Chocolate Cupcakes for Two

This recipe makes exactly TWO moist, fudgy chocolate cupcakes, in one bowl, right in the toaster oven! And the cupcake recipe doesn’t even have any eggs, butter, or milk!!!

Topped with a creamy buttercream frosting, this recipe is perfect for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary or extra special small-batch after dinner treat.

Source: Lindsay Ann Bakes

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Chocolate White Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes

Chocolate White Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes

Chocolate cupcakes, white chocolate frosting and raspberry filling – everything good about cupcakes, all in one fell swoop!

These are summery with the raspberries (local ones are just coming into season) but would be easy enough to make in January too, with the overload of chocolate.

Source: Cup of Sugar :: Pinch of Salt

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Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes

Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes

Mmm, another awesome recipe for alcohol infused cupcakes, gotta love them! You’ll love these Dark Chocolate Red Wine Cupcakes are especially awesome because you get a sweet taste from the chocolate, and a tart taste from the wine, a perfect combination! And then on top of that (literally), you get the delicious taste of cream cheese frosting!

You can use any red wine that you prefer, so that you get to have your favorite wine in the cupcakes. Hope you enjoy!

Source: Bake with Christina

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes

These cupcakes make have been created as a birthday tribute to a very special lady, but we’re up for chocolate and peanut butter together, no matter whose birthday it is…or isn’t.

Saturdays are for lounging and enjoying the fact that you survived another week, and we can’t think of a better way to do that than by enjoying a cake version of everyone’s favorite couple: chocolate and peanut butter. What are you waiting for? Get baking!

Source: Playing House

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New and Improved Cookies and Cream Cupcakes

Cookies and Cream Cupcakes

It’s a tough trick to find someone who doesn’t enjoy Oreos, kid or adult, which is why this “new and improved” cookies and cream cupcake is sure to be a hit for any audience.

Unlike some of the other recipes we’ve shared, this one is a basic chocolate cupcake (no Oreo on the bottom), with not one, but TWO delicious frostings. Oh, and a real life Oreo cookie on top. Does it get better?

Source: Cup of Sugar :: Pinch of Salt

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Stracciatella Cupcakes

Stracciatella Cupcakes

These Stracciatella Cupcakes are inspired by stracciatella gelato. The cupcakes have a fluffy vanilla base that is generously flecked with shards of finely chopped dark chocolate. There is just enough chocolate to give you a hint in each bite without overwhelming the soft vanilla flavor of the cake.

The cupcakes are topped with a vanilla buttercream icing that is also swirled with finely chopped chocolate. The cupcakes aren’t as cooling as a scoop of gelato, but they’re just as indulgent.

Source: Baking Bites

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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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Sour Cream Chocolate Cupcakes with Dark Chocolate Sour Cream Frosting

Sour Cream Chocolate Cupcakes with Dark Chocolate Sour Cream Frosting

The next time you are in the mood for a batch of chocolate cupcakes, put this recipe for Sour Cream Chocolate Cupcakes at the top of your list. The cupcakes are a favorite recipe of mine because they have a tremendous amount of chocolate flavor, but they’re very easy to make.

They’re a good all-purpose cupcake that can be dressed up any way you need them to be – but I’ll recommend going with a chocolate frosting to deliver the most intense chocolate experience possible in each bite.

Source: Baking Bites

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Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Ultimate Chocolate Frosting

Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Ultimate Chocolate Frosting

Chocolate lover or not, sometimes you just want a cupcake that’s just plain and simple but fully loaded with chocolate. This recipe does not disappointment. The batter produces a full impact burst of chocolate with every single bite, but somehow it’s still light and fluffy. Not many crumbs left over here, and no one will judge you for that. To top off this luscious dessert, cream cheese-based chocolate frosting…you know…for those who didn’t get all the chocolate they wanted from the cake itself.

Source: I am Baker.

 

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Marble Peanut Butter Chocolate Cupcakes with Swirled Frosting

Marble Peanut Butter Chocolate Cupcakes with Swirled Frosting

Sometimes it seems like you can only eat so much peanut butter and chocolate. Then you stumble upon a recipe like this one, and that idea goes right out the window. These marbled cupcakes consist of caster sugar, cocoa powder, and peanut butter batters all mixed together to make one really cool, fancy looking pattern. In reality, it doesn’t take all that long to whip these babies up, but they certainly look like a feat – and taste like heaven. Make a few for your resident chocolate-peanut butter addict today!

Source: Love and Custard

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