Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting


Pumpkin works wells in everything. It makes a nice addition to a latte, is the main ingredient in pumpkin rolls, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie and even pumpkin cookies, so why not start a new trend of pumpkin cupcakes? The ingredients in these cupcakes echo those in a traditional pumpkin pie: nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon and canned pumpkin. The different lies in the dough, which is flour based. Topped off with a cinnamon, vanilla and cream cheese frosting, these cupcakes will be hard for any pumpkin-lover to resist.
Source Gimme Some Oven

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Cardamom and Rosewater Scented Cupcakes


Don’t let the title of these cupcakes throw you off — they are, indeed, tasty cupcakes, not a cupcake shaped potpourri or sachet. The batter is made from vanilla, flour, and all of the traditional cupcake ingredients, with the addition of some ground cardomom. Buying the green cardamom pods whole and grinding them yourself, rather than purchasing the spice already ground, will save you money as well as give the batter an extra kick. The frosting is made from icing sugar, butter and water, with a few teaspoons of rosewater thrown in for good measure. The end result is both tasty and sweet-smelling!
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Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Filled Chocolate Cupcakes


What’s better than eating cookie dough? Eating cookie dough that’s been placed inside of a cupcake! It sounds slightly illogical, but is technically possible, not to mention tasty. These treats involve a three step-process that starts with baking standard chocolate cupcakes. The egg-less peanut butter cookie dough goes into the cupcakes after they’re removed from the oven (and you get the bonus of being able to eat the “plugs” of cupcake that you remove to make space for the cookie dough.) Instead of frosting, melt a marshmallow and “smoosh” it onto the top of this goodie!
Source Laurens Latest

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Funfetti Cupcakes


There are two ways to make funfetti cupcakes: cheat and buy a box of funfetti cake mix, or do things to old-fashioned way and end up with an even tastier funfetti cupcake. In fact, these are so easy to make from scratch that it’s crazy to think that a boxed mix is even needed! Make a basic cupcake batter from flour, eggs, and a few other things, including vanilla extract and almond extract, then toss a handful of rainbow sprinkles into the dough. It’s that simple! The frosting on these colorful cupcakes is a super-simple vanilla buttercream.
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Banana Ice cream Cashew Chocolate Cupcake


Cool, savory and sweet combined, this banana ice cream cashew chocolate cupcake contains several intense flavors that astonishingly enough, mingle harmoniously. Starting with a flourless cashew chocolate cake base, then topped with banana ice cream, white chocolate caramel (made from the simple combination of white chocolate and coconut oil) and then salted hot fudge and several carmelized banana slices, this treat is as complex as it is tasty. The only caveat: it must be eaten with a spoon!
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Carrot Cake Mini Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting


Mini cupcakes are made quickly and easily with this recipe. Instead of gathering all of the ingredients from scratch, start off with a basic spice cake mix. Leave out one egg, and substitute in canned pineapple and grated carrots to give these goodies the carrot cake flavor that you’re going for. (Otherwise, you’ll end up with spice cake cupcakes, which will be just as good!) Topped with a simple cream cheese and vanilla frosting, these mini cupcakes are a great addition to any party menu.
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Vanilla Bean Meringue Cupcakes with Strawberry Rhubarb


Strawberry rhubarb compote is what makes these cupcakes so unique. The batter gets an extra boost after baking, thanks to the inclusion of heavy cream and powdered sugar. And, although you normally wouldn’t consider white vinegar to be a standard cupcake ingredient, in this case, it makes the cupcake meringue (instead of standard dough) just what this recipe needs. Once you’ve baked the meringue, slice off the tops and add in your homemade whipped cream (hence the heavy cream and sugar) and your strawberry rhubarb compote. Voila – tasty and rich!
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Snickers Cupcakes


As you bite into this delicious chocolate cupcake, you will find a piece of Snickers in the middle. Besides that, it is frosted with caramel butter cream, sprinkled of chocolate and peanuts, and a topped with a small bar of Snickers on top to complete the chocolate-peanutty goodness that you can find in this cup! Perfect for an afternoon snack; this cupcake assures you of a major sweet tooth experience.
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Double Chocolate Cupcakes with Dark Chocolate Buttercream


These double chocolate cupcakes are eggless; perfect for many vegans out there. You wouldn’t believe how these cupcakes are substituted with red wine vinegar and some baking soda. It tastes just like the real thing or better! Chocolatey cupcakes frosted with delicious dark chocolatey butter cream topped with hazelnuts. If you are looking for a delicious chocolate cupcake for the health conscious then you might want to try this cupcake out. Just the right sweetness but definitely all chocolate!
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Triple Chocolate Knockout Cupcakes Recipe


Although these chocolatey dreams are called “Triple” Chocolate Knockouts, they actually contain five different chocolates. Yes, you read that right: FIVE. Between the chopped dark chocolate, cocoa powder, dark chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips and white chocolate chips in the batter alone, these babies are enough knock a true chocolate lover’s socks off. Although some people may think that something this rich, delightful and hopeless-ly chocolate-y doesn’t need frosting, why not add more chocolate in the form of a rich cocoa buttercream?
Source The Extraordinary Art of Cake

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