Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes

Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes

These Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes are a chocolate lover’s dream. The chocolate cupcakes are moist and light, supporting the weight of a whipped chocolate glaze.

The glaze is made with coconut milk so it does lend the faintest coconut flavor, but most people won’t be able to detect it (alternatively, for a non-vegan version, you could easily substitute the coconut milk for heavy cream). These cupcakes are perfect to feed to those with dairy/egg allergies, vegans, or for anyone who loves a rich chocolate cupcake!

Source: Pastry Affair

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Pumpkin Molasses Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Frosting

Pumpkin Molasses Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Frosting

With fall encompassing all things pumpkin, what’s better than pumpkin cupcakes?

Pure sweet decadence without processed refined ingredients is possible. Indulge in these rich fall treats without feeling awful. Moist, fluffy and delicious all without gluten, oil and refined sugar and another bonus for some, they are nut free!

Source: Veggies Don’t Bite

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Vegan Choc Avocado Cupcakes

Vegan Choc Avocado Cupcakes

We know what you’re thinking: avocado? In a cupcake? Well, it’s actually on top, and yes!These vegan chocolate cupcakes feature a custom frosting made of avocados, and if you’re not accustomed to seeing this fruit atop sweets, it’s time you give it a try.

Avocado makes an amazing vegan substitute for creamy substances, and with a bit of cocoa and some powdered sugar, you and your fellow munchers won’t even know the difference.

Source: The Scran Line

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Watergate Cupcakes

Watergate Cupcakes

You’re going to LOVE these Watergate Cupcakes! Extremely nutty and moist thanks to pistachio pudding and pecans. Topped with a sweet, light whipped frosting, which is perfect for summer!

Regardless of how it got it’s name, these cupcakes are amazing. Nutty, moist, packed with pecans, you’ll seriously fall in love.The soft pistachio pecan cupcake has the perfect crumb texture. And the frosting, so light and fluffy, is perfect when you add a sprinkle of pecans and chewy coconut. It’s the perfect summer cupcake!

Source: Shugary Sweets

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Coconut Cupcakes

Coconut Cupcakes

Even if you’re not a huge fan of coconut, this recipe is worth a try (just leave off the shredded topping). And if you are a coconut lover, you’re in for one delicious treat. Coconut is great on (and in) baked goods, and these tiny cakes are no exception. Paired with a bit of lovely vanilla extract, almond extract, and a fluffy cream cheese frosting, they’re likely to knock your coconutty socks off. So if it’s getting cold where you are, be sure to grab a back-up pair ;).

Source: Taste & Tell

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Coconut Nutella Cupcakes

Coconut Nutella Cupcakes

The weather is getting cool outside, and it’s time for some comfort food, which is exactly what these coconut Nutella cupcakes are all about. The coconut is light and delicious and of course the Nutella is just downright yummy. It’s all about the right combination, and if you follow this recipe you’ll end up with flawless cups of goodness. You may want to make an extra batch to pack a few for school lunches.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Almond Joy Cupcakes

Almond Joy Cupcakes

There aren’t going to be many that are going to brew able to resist these amazing almond joy cupcakes. They have a little bit of everything in it when it comes to satisfying the sweet tooth. The airy light cake is topped with a coconut cream cheese frosting, and surely you wall want to become a little heavy-handed with the drippings of chocolate can ganache the puts the final touch to these most delectable sweets.

Source: your cup of cake

 

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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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Coconut Pie Cupcakes

Coconut Pie Cupcakes

Not a great pie maker? But the family loves coconut cream? No worries; these coconut pie cupcakes will make up for everything you can’t do with a regular pie. They’re made with a graham cracker batter, topped with a coconut cream, cream cheese frosting that’s just like pudding. Pie will no longer be the most popular dessert request once you master these easy-to-make coconut pie cupcakes.

Source: The Batter Thickens

 

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Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

You can never go wrong when you make blueberries your berry of choice for cupcakes. This is especially true when you follow this easy-to-make recipe. Follow that up with the addition of coconut, and you are leaving nothing to be desired. Both of these, as well as the other ingredients, are easy to digest and don’t make one feel over stuffed or too full (even if you eat a few more than you planned). Even the contrast in the color of the berries and coconut make these little gems appealing, very special cupcakes.

Source: Blahnik Baker

 

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