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 moreĀ 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.

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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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Musical Cupcake Cookie Platter


Music lovers, these musical cookie cupcakes are just the answer for you and your friends when having a musical get together. Make a platter of cupcakes with a different musical note topped on each cupcake. Its so easy when using a packet of ready cake mix. The whipped topping and the different do –re- me, musical notes look so good when you serve them on a platter to your friends.
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Chocolate Chunk Cookie Cupcakes


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
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Oreo Cupcakes


Few things are better than a double-stuf Oreo cookie. Except for these cupcakes, perhaps. A standard chocolate cake batter is darkened to look like an Oreo cookie thanks to the addition of dark cocoa powder. Other ingredients inlude flour, butter, sugar, eggs and vanilla extract. The frosting consists of corn syrup, butter, milk, shortening and powder sugar. Dollop a bit on top before serving, or make extra and pipe it inside of the cupcakes for an authentic Oreo cookie experience.
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Brownie Cupcakes with Cookie Dough Frosting


Nothing makes a chocoholics day more than starting it off or ending it (preferably both) with a brownie cupcake topped with chocolate chip cookie dough frosting. Yes, chocolate overload, with a touch of cookie dough tasty-ness involved. The cookie dough frosting is similar to “real” cookie dough, except it does not contain eggs, making it safe to eat. The chocolate chips tossed into the mix are the perfect complement to the brownie cupcake base. Sure, you can share these, but do you really want to?
Source Cooking Classy

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