Cupcakes don’t need to actually be mini-cakes – as evidenced by these cupcake-shaped cookies, they can be flattened discs of tastiness, as well. This batch of sugar cookies consists of frosted cupcake cookies, frosted cartoon-y cat cookies, and cookies shaped like lit birthday candles and the number 1. Basically, they work well for birthday parties, but once you remove the birthday candles and numbers, they can be served in lieu of cupcakes for any occasion!
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Summer is coming, and what better way to celebrate than with some delicious, home-made, ice cream cupcakes? Fair warning – this recipe takes time, but as most of it is just waiting for the ice cream to set, there is not a lot of actual work involved, and the end result is definitely worth the wait! This also means that you can make these cakes well in advance and leave them in the freezer until you are ready to decorate and serve them. They are the perfect addition to a summer bbq or garden party, for some sweet relief on a hot, sunny day.
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Imagine this: a lucious vanilla cupcake with bits of crushed up Oreo cookie within. The bottom of each is an entire half of an Oreo cookie with the baked cupcake batter layered on top of it. The frosting is a delicious vanilla cream cheese, complete with more crushed Oreo bits on top, and an entire (whole) Oreo cookie is wedged into the frosting so that it stands up like a beacon of yumminess. Are you drooling yet? If you love Oreo cookies – or vanilla anything – you should be.
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Planning for a party? Well, if yes, do not forget to prepare a sweet treat for your guests and love ones. I definitely suggest that you have Oreo-bottomed Cookies and Cream Cupcakes. Everyone loves Oreos, so, for sure; this treat will be patronized by everyone and during any time of the day. The Oreo butter cream frosting of this cupcake is so perfect for the taste especially for those who love cookies and cream flavor. A mini Oreo is even placed at the top and center of the frosting for a better looking cupcake!
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Don’t let the name fool you – these cupcakes are designed for people, not puppies! The name comes from the adorable chocolate dog-bone-shaped cookies that perch atop these chocolate cupcakes and cream cheese frosting. If you don’t have a dog bone-shaped cookie cutter, then you can adapt the design slightly and make the cookies into any shape that you please! The chocolate cupcakes contain all of the standard ingredients, just like the vanilla cream cheese frosting, making these an easy treat to make and enjoy!
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Oreo cookies are just what you need to turn your next baking spree into a cookies and cream bash. Simply make traditional vanilla cupcakes and add a cup and half of crushed Oreo cookies to turn them into something resembling the ice cream flavor. Once you’ve baked them, add more ground Oreo cookies to the frosting mix (along with standard ingredients like butter, vanilla, powdered sugar and milk.) After frosting each treat, add a mini Oreo cookie to the top in order to make them even more delectable.
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