Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes

Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes

These no-bake ice cream sundae cupcakes are an easy and delicious way to make your summer a little sweeter!

These are so simple you really don’t even need a recipe! All you need to make these are Breyers Natural Vanilla Ice Cream, cupcake liners, chocolate sandwich cookies, chocolate ice cream topping, whipped cream, sprinkles and cherries.

Source: Love From the Oven

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Caramelized Pineapple, Ginger and Sour Cream Cupcakes

Caramelized Pineapple, Ginger and Sour Cream Cupcakes

Sometimes it’s the strangest combinations that make the best flavors, and these cupcakes might make that list. Pineapple, ginger and sour cream come together to make quite a sweet treat you may not have expected.

These cupcakes are rich with vanilla, topped with slices of sticky caramelized pineapple and a not-too-sweet frosting – a combination of double and sour cream, with the juice of some freshly grated ginger. Just try it.

Source: The Little Loaf

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Boston Cream Cupcakes

Boston Cream Cupcakes

These buttery vanilla cupcakes are filled with pastry cream and topped with chocolate ganache. If you love the flavors of Boston cream, you’ll love these Boston cream cupcakes!

These cupcakes start with a fabulous, buttery vanilla cake recipe, then hollowed out and filled to the brim with pastry cream and smothered in a chocolate ganache glaze.

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Watergate Cupcakes

Watergate Cupcakes

Watergate Cupcakes are the cupcake version of the famous Watergate Salad made from pistachio pudding mix, pineapple, cool whip, and marshmallows and they are the perfect nostalgic treat.

The cupcake part is super moist with just a little texture contrast from the crushed pineapple. Both the flavor of the pistachio and pineapple are evident, but not overpowering. A green cupcake covered in marshmallow fluff frosting. That’s super fun.

Source: Spicy Southern Kitchen

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Cookies & Cream Cupcakes

Cookies & Cream Cupcakes

While you may have had Cookies & Cream in cupcake form before, we doubt it was this packed with the deliciousness of Oreo cookies.

Based on half an Oreo, baked with Oreo chunks inside and topped buttercream cream cheese frosting with Oreo crumbles and another cookie half, THIS is what they meant by Cookies & Cream.

Source: Playing House

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Shamrock Shake Cupcakes

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

These Shamrock Shake Cupcakes are inspired by the seasonal shakes and are a fun dessert to serve up around St Patrick’s Day.

The cupcakes are buttermilk cupcakes flavored with vanilla and peppermint extracts, then dyed with green food coloring. I used lightly sweetened whipped cream instead of regular frosting as a nod to the real milkshakes. Whipped cream is light and contrasts well with the cupcakes. Add a few green sprinkles and a short straw before serving, then enjoy!

Source: Baking Bites

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Lemon and Strawberry Cupcakes

Lemon and Strawberry Cupcakes

We’re getting ready to say goodbye to summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a few more delicious fruity cupcake recipes like this Lemon and Strawberry Cupcake one.

These cakes are smaller than regular cupcakes, which means less guilt about those few scrumptious bites of sweet goodness. It’s Monday, and you’re doing fine. You deserve a sweet treat.

Source: Becca’s Baking Blog

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Mangoes and Cream Cupcakes

Mangoes and Cream Cupcakes

Summer is sticking around a bit longer, and if you’re tired of using the same old fruit for baking, this mango cupcake recipe should be a welcome respite.

Based on a blueberries and cream recipe and combined with a happy farmer’s market brainstorm, these mango and cream cupcakes are the perfect way to send summer off in sweet style.

Source: bake happy

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Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

Mini Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes

You can never go wrong when you make blueberries your berry of choice for cupcakes. This is especially true when you follow this easy-to-make recipe. Follow that up with the addition of coconut, and you are leaving nothing to be desired. Both of these, as well as the other ingredients, are easy to digest and don’t make one feel over stuffed or too full (even if you eat a few more than you planned). Even the contrast in the color of the berries and coconut make these little gems appealing, very special cupcakes.

Source: Blahnik Baker

 

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Cornmeal Peach Upside Down Cupcakes

Cornmeal Peach Upside Down Cupcakes

There aren’t too many people who don’t like cornbread, and there are a whole lot of people who love peaches. So when you combine these ingredients, you’re sure to please a whole bunch of people. About the only thing you are going to have to decide on is whether to top them with a dollop of whip cream or serve them plain with ice cream. Then again, hey! There is nothing saying that you can’t do both.

Source: Cooking Classy

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