It’s hard to resist the perfect banana cupcake. These, combined with their cream cheese filling and salted caramel frosting may just be not only “perfect” but also irresistible. The cupcake batter is made from a mixture of flour, bananas, apple sauce, sugar, eggs, buttermilk and several other ingredients. The resulting treats are moist and tasty, like a banana muffin on steroids. Once they’ve baked, they’re filled with cream cheese and drizzled with salted caramel. Bet you can’t eat just one!
Source Aris Menu
These chocolate sour cream cupcakes are a chocolate (and cupcake!) lovers dream come true. They are flavored with unsweetened cocoa powder, sour cream, vanilla extract, and brewed coffee. They also contain standard items like flour, sugar, salt, eggs, vegetable oil, baking soda and baking powder. The frosting is an nontraditional ganache, made from heavy cream, bittersweet chocolate and coffee liquor. Top with a few sprinkles before serving, and enjoy! You won’t be able to eat just one!
Source The Culinary Chronicles
Any cupcake recipe that consists of chocolate, whipped cream and fruit has to be good. This one in particular starts out with light and airy chocolate cupcakes, made from the recipe or cake mix of your choosing. Once they are baked in festive wrappers (or plain ones) and have had a chance to thoroughly cool off, they are topped with whipped cream. You can either make your own out of whipping cream and sugar, or use the pre-made kind in a canister. Top with a few berries or some berry drizzle (or both) and serve!
Source Carlas Confections
When you mention the words “classic cupcakes” to anyone, the most common thing that comes to mind are the cream filled chocolate ones with chocolate frosting – very similar to the iconic ones that Hostess makes. These chocolate cream cupcakes are very similar to those iconic treats. They consist of a chocolate cupcake batter that is filled with a sweet vanilla flavored filling. Once they are frosted with chocolate ganache, pipe on some vanilla frosting swirls and enjoy!
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Gluten free cupcakes and other treats are one of the biggest food trends of the moment. Most gluten free treats use a combination of different flours to get the same effect as standard (gluten filled) flour, but these blueberry and cream cupcakes only use coconut flour. The other included ingredients include sea salt, baking soda, eggs, grapeseed oil, vanilla extract, agave nectar, and, of course, blueberries. Top with homemade whipped cream frosting and a few additional blueberries before serving!
Source Elana’s Pantry
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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Blueberries in a cupcake may sound a little crazy from the outset, but look at it this way: blueberry muffins are a breakfast staple, so why not change up the batter a little, add some extra sugar and turn them into cupcakes, right? Not that you’ve got the picture in your head, mentally add on a whipped cream frosting and a couple of fresh blueberries (for extra color). The trick to keeping the blueberries from sinking to the bottom of each cupcake? Coat them lightly in flour. Breakfast of champions, right?
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