Cookies filled with chocolate chunks are so heavenly and easy to gobble up and enjoy, and they do have a different taste from the usual everyday chocolate cupcake. As these chocolate chunk, cookie, cupcakes are cupcakes without frosting, they are delicious for including in lunch boxes, picnics, or just for nibbling anytime you feel for a chocky snack or when you have friends pop in unexpectedly for a quick visit
Source Recipe Girl
The illusion of a peanut butter cookie is what makes these peanut butter cookie cupcakes so remarkable. The batter of these sweet treats consists of flour, baking powder, salt, baking soda, sour cream, peanut butter, eggs, vanilla extract, butter and several other classic ingredients. After baking, top these with homemade peanut butter cream cheese frosting (made from peanut butter, cream cheese, sugar and butter.) Add a cross hatch pattern to the top of each with a fork and serve!
Source Martha Ste2art
Cookie Cupcakes with Raspberry Fluff Frosting are a curious dessert. Is it a cookie or a cupcake? Yes. It is a cocoa cupcake with a sandwich cookie baked inside and topped with a raspberry buttercream marshmallow cream frosting. This sweet treat is light enough for an afternoon tea but rich enough for your favorite child’s birthday party or Sunday dinner. Not too sweet, not too tangy, this dessert fits in anywhere you serve it.
Source Martha Stewart
Oatmeal Raisin Cookie cupcakes seem a lot like oatmeal raisin cookie muffins, but the rich and hearty cookie like cupcake is tasty by whatever name you choose to call it. These sweet treats would be perfect for a quick on-the-go breakfast, as well as an after school snack. They could be frosted quite nicely with a cream cheese icing or buttercream, but they are quite tasty on their own as well.
Source Martha Stewart
For lovers of chocolate cookies and cupcakes, your love of both will is now combined in one! Chocolate chip cookies are now in very delicious cups! Vanilla cupcake baked with chocolate chips frosted with brown sugar cream cheese topped with mini chocolate chip cookies and chocolates. Chocolatey, sweet and a little cheesy; the combination just keeps getting better and better! Perfect for dessert; your visitors won’t be able to munch just one piece!
Source Stephen and Nat
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via and recipe available at Sugar for the Brain
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via and recipe available at Pilsbury