It can be tricky to come up with a recipe for vegan cupcakes that are so tasty they will disappear shortly after being served. Thankfully, you won’t have to look much longer, because that recipe is right here. These chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter cream cheese frosting are completely vegan. The frosting is made from combining vegan cream cheese, peanut butter, vanilla extract and powdered sugar. The cupcakes are equally dairy free, making them great for those with food allergies as well!
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A new innovation in the cupcake world is the cupcake cone. They are a great way to give children the joy of having a sweet and tasty looking ice cream cone dessert without all the mess and fuss of melting ice cream. These vanilla cheesecake cupcake cones will not only impress the kids at the next birthday party, but you will have a lot of grateful parents as well. The crunchy cone is the perfect contrast to the moist cupcake and delicate cream cheese frosting.
Thanksgiving and Christmas ingredients can definitely taste good together. The cupcake is made out of ginger that is crystallized and chopped. Besides that, it is also made with a fresh puree of pumpkin. There are also some spices included to enhance the taste. The frosting on top is made out of cream cheese, butter and sugar. The combination of the creamy frosting and pumpkin ginger cupcake will surely make you and everyone crave for more.
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Nothing says fall – or the holidays for that matter – like pumpkin flavored “everything” including cupcakes! These pumpkin cupcakes with maple cream cheese icing are the perfect dessert to serve at all of the your autumn-themed parties. The cupcakes themselves are made from pumpkin puree, ground ginger, cinnamon, brown sugar, flour, eggs and several other “classic” ingredients, while the maple cream cheese icing consists of a mix of maple syrup, icing sugar, cream cheese and unsalted butter. Top each with a handmade fondant-icing pumpkin for that perfect seasonal touch!
Coconut milk, cinnamon shredded carrots and zest of orange, all in a cupcake, definitely adds a hint of health to a cupcake. Carrot cupcakes are among the most loved top of the list cupcakes by people the world over. Certainly, they are appetizing nibbling at anytime of the day and for any occasion. With their topping of whipped cream cheese and pecan nuts, what more could you want in a cupcake, than a carrot cupcake!
Most people have heard of banana bread and banana cake, but what banana cupcakes? Add in the frosting – vanilla cinnamon granola – and you have a tasty treat that works just as well for breakfast as it does for dessert! The banana cupcake batter is made of 8 simple ingredients (bananas, flour, sugar, eggs, vanilla, sour cream, butter and baking soda) and the frosting consists of only 6. Simple and tasty, all in one cupcake tin!
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If you’ve been looking for something completely unique, then look no further than these Zuccotto cupcakes. The batter is a simple white cake mix with some finely chopped chocolate added (despite the name of these treats, there is no liquor anywhere in the recipe.) After baking, these cupcakes are filled with a mix of whipping cream, hazelnuts, raspberries and toffee bits. They are then topped with two different types of frosting: cream cheese and ganache, for a treat that is truly original!
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For a healthier cupcake, consider making one from a batch of carrot cake batter. And before you ask – of course they’re healthy! They contain carrots! And cinnamon, nutmeg, flour, baking soda, salt, and a whole bunch of other things. The recipe also contains finely chopped walnuts, which are used both in the batter and as a topping, once they are baked and layered with lemony cream cheese frosting. How can you resist something so tasty and healthy!
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Red Velvet Cupcakes are commonly heavy on the chocolate flavor but this recipe is uncommon and offers only a hint of cocoa. The rich butter, buttermilk, and vanilla create a full flavored cake that is moist and dense. The cream cheese frosting is the rich and tangy buttercream that usually accompanies red velvet cake. For a lighter colored cupcake, use less food coloring. A deep red is great for Valentine’s Day, a light pink for Easter..
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Chocolate Banana Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting taste simply divine. Simple subtle and fresh, these cupcakes have a calming effect that make your mouth happy. The scent of the vanilla paired with the banana is perfect. The dark chocolate bits create an interesting flavor grouping that balances the subtle with the intense. Topping these lovely flavors is a tangy rich cream cheese frosting with vanilla beans that is the perfect complement to the cake’s flavors.
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