Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Cookie Monster Cupcakes

This is one monster the whole family won’t mind coming up against, as these cookie monster cupcakes are absolutely delightful. These are made with a high rising recipe, so the mouth can be cut out for the amazing cookie monster effects. Don’t forget about the cookie that you will want to set into the mouth, because we all know that the cookie monster loves his cookies too.

Source: I Am Baker

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Cotton Candy Oreo Cupcakes

Cotton Candy Oreo Cupcakes

Can you imagine taking two fabulous favorites, like cotton candy and Oreo cookies, and combining them into one jam packed flavor explosion with every bite of a cupcake? These cupcakes are light and fluffy, which makes a great foundation for being able to enjoy more than one at time. The pink and blue icing makes you think of a carnival, where the highlight is the cotton candy, and of course Oreos, which are great at any time of day.

Source: Bakerella

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Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Bananas are scrumptious and when combined with chocolate, it is heavenly. When you make it into a cookie dough that transforms into a cupcake, there are simply no words to describe the sweet experience you are in for. These cupcakes are light, moist and not overpowering in any of their ingredients. That being said however, there are no guarantees that you won’t keep coming back for more. They are truly a delight to the palate.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Thin Mint Cupcakes

Thin Mint Cupcakes

There are some cupcakes that are most enjoyable, but one is enough. This will not be the case with these thin and minty cupcakes that are just packed full of goodness. Loading them with chocolate, then bathing them in chocolate ganache is just the beginning. They are adorned with a Thin Mint cookie frosting that adds that final touch. The term, “cake in a cup” is a most appropriate title for these cupcakes that can be called no less than superb.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Gluten-Free Samoa Cupcakes

Gluten-Free Samoa Cupcakes

If gluten issues are a problem for you then take comfort in these gluten-free Samoa cupcakes. They are easy to make, which is a good thing, because they aren’t going to be around for long. Even those who don’t care about gluten are going to dig into these cupcakes. One thing you may want to do is let them totally cool first before enjoying them, because once they have cooled their flavor is greatly enhanced.

Source: My Baking Addiction

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Garden Carrot Cupcakes

Garden Carrot Cupcakes

If real carrots tasted like these cute garden carrot cupcakes, I would eat them all the time! The chocolate cupcakes are topped by strawberries dipped in orange chocolate to look like carrots, on top of bits of oreo crushed to look like dirt. These will be the most adorable cakes for spring! Plus, your children will love these cute little cupcakes for Easter or their birthday parties.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Samoa Cupcakes

Samoa Cupcakes

I’m not sure how you can go wrong with caramel, chocolate, and coconut. I’m fairly certain you can’t, which is why these Samoa Cupcakes will totally rock your socks off. Gooey, fluffy, inspired by Girl Scouts cookies: what more could you possibly need? Oh, I know. A whole batch of them. For yourself. Go ahead, see if they might be your kinda tasty treat!

Source: Glorious Treats

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Dark Chocolate- Oatmeal Cookie Cupcakes

Dark Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Cupcakes

Oatmeal makes everything healthier, right? And dark chocolate is loaded with antioxidants, so this hybrid recipe shouldn’t dredge up any feelings of guilt. This one is more of a deep-dish cookie than a cupcake, but it has a cupcake’s shape, so we’re on board. Once you’ve converted these boring, flat piles of oatmeal, brown sugar and chocolate to tiny delicious cakes, top them with homemade ganache and enjoy thoroughly. You’ve earned it.

Source: Recipe Girl

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Cookie Butter Filled Cupcakes with Cookie Butter Frosting


Cookie butter can be compared to Nutella – only it is flavored like sugar cookies, not hazelnuts and chocolate. Either way, it is just as tasty, and just as versatile. Take these cookie butter filled cupcakes for example. They are made from a simple vanilla cake recipe (turned into cupcakes, of course). Once they have been baked and have had a chance to cool, they are filled with a special cookie butter filling and topped off with cookie butter frosting. There is no such thing as too much cookie butter!
Source The Art of the Cookie

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Cookie Dough Cupcakes


Cookie dough is tasty just by itself, but when it is added to these simple vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting, it becomes something else entirely. Start by making the cupcake batter, baking the cupcakes, and letting them cool. Once they are ready for the frosting, make sure to pipe on plenty, as it needs to support the cookies. The chocolate chip cookies (also known as the cookie dough in these treats) are placed vertically into the frosting with one end peeking out. Delightful!
Source The Art of the Cookie

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