These are actually more than just pomegranate cupcakes. They are Pomegranate White Chocolate Chip Cupcakes with Pomegranate Cream Cheese Frosting. The Cream Cheese Frosting puts these cupcakes over the top, making them rich and creamy and so delicious.
More cupcakes perfect for welcoming the new season! The combination of cider, spice and caramel is perfect, warming and comforting you from the inside out.
As these cupcakes were baking the house smelt like Autumn itself, the rich aromas of ginger and cinnamon wafting above deeper notes of butter and sugar. Served with cinnamon ice cream they take on a new dimension – crunchy pecans, sticky cake, cool ice cream and hot, unctuous sauce.
Source: The Little Loaf
Red wine and chocolate pair so well together anyways, I thought a cupcake wasn’t too far of a fetch. Boy, do I love being right!
These cupcakes would most definitely be perfect for your Valentine (any time of the year), and they’re something different that friends and family probably haven’t seen before – but will most certainly be intrigued by. I hope you guys enjoy!
Source: Tide & Thyme
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
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
We spend a lot of time checking out creative, amazing cupcake recipes from around the world. From savory to sweet to a mixture of the two, we’ve seen most of it. But sometimes, we just want a little vanilla.
This cupcake recipe is sweet and simple, vanilla cupcakes with vanilla bean buttercream. Happy Monday!
Source: Baking with Gab
Red velvet cake really is a treasure to many, but so is strawberry shortcake, and when you can combine the two into one amazing cupcake then you really are going to have a food experience that you won’t soon forget. Not only is the taste of this red velvet strawberry cupcake spectacular so is its looks. For an extra dramatic effect and a touch of sweetness you can drizzle a bit of grenadine over the top.
Source: I am baker
Do you like cupcakes? Probably, since you’re here visiting us! If you like cupcakes, do you prefer them delicious…with strawberries? If you don’t like strawberries and chocolate, these may not float your boat, but if you do, (and we’re guessing you do) these wonderful little cupcakes are the perfect couple of bites to make your day better. Plus, these little guys are very moist and sweet, so they’re great for those midnight cravings!
Source: Your Cup of Cake
Finally something special for tea lovers! Or for that matter, anyone who demands a great tasting dessert. These green tea cupcakes with cream cheese frosting will have you coming back for a second cup. A second cupcake that is, because these beauties are absolutely delicious. Even if you aren’t a tea lover you’re going to be impressed with the gentle, mellow taste of the green tea that infuses these light and oh-so-fluffy cupcakes that anyone would be proud to serve.
Source: Mrs. B’s Kitchen
When you start combining malt into a cupcake recipe, you are in for a delightful treat. These chocolate malted cupcakes have just the right amount of everything it takes to make a desert that makes the family come back for more. As if chocolate malt isn’t enough, these cupcakes get an extra infusion of this wonderful tasting ingredient with the addition of malt buttercream topping. Only one thing left to say, and that’s…”yummy!”
Source: Taste and Tell