Gingerbread Tiramisu Cupcakes

Gingerbread Tiramisu Cupcakes

Gingerbread is a popular Christmas flavor, and it’s likely your local coffee shop has at least some form of gingerbread or gingerbread mocha latte.

These beautiful, delicious cupcakes are essentially a happy medium between grabbing a gingerbread latte (filled with chocolate sauce) and opting for that tiramisu next time the dessert tray comes around.

Source: The Scran Line

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Peppermint Hot Cocoa Cupcakes

Peppermint Hot Cocoa Cupcakes

When the weather gets colder, the only thing better than a cup of hot cocoa is a cup of hot cocoa with a cupcake – especially if it’s also flavored like cocoa.

These peppermint hot cocoa cupcakes are the perfect way to say hello to December and the holiday season (if you haven’t already) and just as ideal for cuddling up indoors after dark — so…5:30 pm.

Source: 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Irish Coffee Cupcakes

Irish Coffee Cupcakes

Supremely moist Irish coffee cupcakes topped with boozy buttercream! This one is for adults only 😉 So pull up a chair, brew some strong coffee, and bust open that bottle of whiskey. You’re going to need it for these cupcakes!

You haven’t had an Irish coffee until you’ve had it in cupcake form! The end 😉

Source: Baker by Nature

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Chile Mocha Cupcakes

Chile Mocha Cupcakes

So here is my new obsession; these chile mocha cupcakes. They are of course inspired by the new Starbucks fall drink, the chile mocha.

A sweet combination of cocoa, cinnamon with a small kick from ancho and cayenne chile. The true definition of sweet and spicy if you ask me and just what you need for those mornings when you need an extra kick. Like today!!!

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Gingerbread Latte Cupcakes

Gingerbread Latte Cupcakes

Rich mocha, warm ginger, a kick of cinnamon… what’s not to love? These gingerbread latte cupcakes are moist, not too sweet, and perfectly spiced.

The cream cheese frosting is thick, fluffy, and flavored with just a kick of fresh lemon. They’re going to be the hit of your holiday party!

Source: Baker by Nature

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Double Chocolate Mocha Crunch Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Mocha Crunch Cupcakes

It’s finally the weekend! We think some chocolate is in order, and these double chocolate mocha crunch cupcakes are perfect for the job.

These are messy, so grab fork and save your face from being covered in frosting. Or not. Eat it how you like, just do it—never mind that the frosting alone probably doubles the cupcake portion in calories. Enjoy!

Source: Bakers Royale

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Gingerbread Latte Cupcakes with Molasses Buttercream

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Mocha Cupcakes with Espresso Buttercream Frosting

Mocha Cupcakes with Espresso Buttercream Frosting

These mocha cupcakes are a chocolate and coffee lover’s dream come true. If you can’t get your day going without your favorite cup of coffee, you’re in luck.

 I might even go so far as to suggest that you should just skip your morning cup of coffee or trip to Starbucks and have one of these instead. The cake part itself strikes a subtle balance between light chocolate and a hint of creamy coffee. Not overwhelming on either end of the spectrum, and the combination results in a smooth, clean flavor, which is perfect for topping with espresso-spiked buttercream.

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Chocolate Malt Espresso Cupcakes

Chocolate Malt Espresso Cupcakes
The perfect combination of chocolate, malted milk and coffee. They are insanely rich and chocolatey, with hints of malt and a kick of espresso.
These one bowl cupcakes are probably one of the easiest recipes ever, yet one of the most mind-blowingly delicious! The rich, moist and fudgy, cupcakes are topped with a light creamy chocolate malt espresso frosting, a drizzle of simple chocolate glaze and finished with a tiny swirl of sweet vanilla buttercream and a chocolate malt ball on top, pure decadence.
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Coffee Milk Brownie Cupcakes

Coffee Milk Brownie Cupcakes

Trying to decide between coffee or sugar to add some pep to your Friday? These coffee milk brownie cupcakes take care of both in a few bites. They have a little bit of everything necessary to please the most sluggish eaters and get you through to the weekend. The coffee milk used in this recipe is a combination of all-natural coffee syrup and milk and is the highlight of the icing. Pair it with a fudgy a cupcake, and you’ll surely have co-workers devouring them like a tray of top-notch brownies.

Source: Erica’s Sweet Tooth

 

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