Brownie Cupcakes


Just the name evokes a chocolate lover’s dream come true: Brownie Cupcakes. The best parts of two different sweet treats are combined in these goodies. Imagine a dense, thick chocolate brownie in the shape of a very small cupcake, then topped with a sprinkling of powder sugar. Heaven, right? Once the initial excitement wears off and you realize how easy these are to make — after all, they contain cocoa powder, milk, flour, vanilla, butter and a few other basics — you can make these a household staple.
Source Mamas Gotta Bake

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Cherry Vanilla Cupcakes


Although you normally wouldn’t think to combine almond, cherries and vanilla, all three go together excellently in these cupcakes. Named after two of their three main ingredients, these cherry vanilla cupcakes can be made year-round, thanks to the addition of maraschino cherry juice in the batter and frosting, plus the whole maraschino cherry topper. The frosting is made from almond extract, cherry juice, sugar and butter, proving that you can, indeed, make something sweet and light from a few simple ingredients.
Source Gimme Some Oven

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Orange Velvet Cupcakes With Vanilla Buttercream Frosting


You might have heard of red velvet cupcakes but those are for Valentine’s so why not try some orange velvet cupcakes on Halloween? These orange velvet cupcakes are light, fluffy and definitely flavorful frosted with butter cream, trick or treaters are in for a sweet treat! Your favorite red velvet cupcakes on a Halloween; only that it’s in orange. Try these creamy and smooth cupcakes for your Halloween party where candies are so yesterday.
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Vegan Vanilla Chai Cupcakes with Veggnog Frosting


Just think vanilla chai latte turned cupcake. Sounds interesting? These cupcakes are especially for the vegetarian, vegan or just plain health conscious. The cupcakes are frosted with a creamy veggnog frosting in metallic purple. It’s not only healthy, it also looks attractive; no eggs in this delightful cups but instead, they are replaced by tofu and soy milk. Expect this cupcakes to be as delicious as your favorite vanilla cupcake but without the guilt!
Source I Sugar Coat It!

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Alice in Wonderland Cupcakes


Creative frosting and a dedicated theme can turn simple cupcakes into a fun addition to any party. To make these Alice in Wonderland cupcakes, start with a series of simple chocolate and/or white battered cakes. Carry out the theme with ganache frosting in various colors, which is then added to the top of each cupcake in a specific pattern. Every aspect of Alice in Wonderland can be represented: from the Queen of Hearts to the colorful toadstools.
Source Diary of a LadyBird

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Chocolate Pomegranate Mini Cupcakes


Chocolate combined with the fruity taste of pomegranate, this is mini cups are all about the sweetness without the guilt. These cupcakes are definitely a good way to start the new year. Chocolate cups with chocolate frosting then topped with vitamins, potassium and antioxidants of the pomegranate; get ready to munch more than just one cup. Moist and chewy, just one bite and it would wonderfully melt in your mouth.
Source I Sugar Coat It!

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Champagne Cupcakes


Looking for something sweet to serve at your next dinner or holiday party? These adults-only champagne cupcakes should fit the bill nicely. The champagne (or sparking wine) in the batter makes them light and fluffy, and the extra addition champagne in the frosting simply adds to the effect. Adding a few edible sparkles or beads to the top of each of these frosted beauties makes them perfect for parties. Non-drinkers will do well with a sparkling apple cider instead of champagne, so consider making a batch of both.

Source Ambrosia Baking

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