You won’t have words for this cupcake, and even if you did, you would be so busy eating it you wouldn’t be able to speak. In one little cupcake all your favorite flavors becomes combined including a hidden Reese’s ‘surprise’ peanut butter cup inside and one that sits on the frosting. There is a maraschino cherry that is both beautiful and delicious and sprinkles that tumbles down from the gorgeous cherry.
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Do you want jams or jellies in your cupcake? If yes, then you would surely enjoy the taste of a Raspberry Cupcake. That cream cheese with raspberry jam frosting this cupcake has would make you forget any other cupcakes you’ve ever tasted. So, if you want to share a great moment with your friends and families at the dining table, have Raspberry Cupcakes as sweet treats and you will not regret it!
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Remember the Starbucks peppermint mocha you used to love? Guess what– it tastes better as a cupcake. Imagine a moist espresso chocolate cupcake with bits of Andes Peppermint that are included in every bite. Not only that, this is topped by Swiss mousse-like buttercream meringue that is infused with even more peppermint. With drizzled chocolate on the icing and chopped peppermint candy and Andes on top, this one is perfect for every peperminty occasion.
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I have been a fan of cupcakes since my childhood and I have never been fascinated by any cupcakes I tasted more than the Ladybird cupcakes! This cupcake is exquisitely baked that you can’t help but wonder how it is done. This is a perfect cupcake that you can serve for children’s parties and you will definitely get lots of “wows” and “oohs” from them. Nevertheless, Ladybird cupcakes can be served in any occasion with their perfect taste and fascinating appearance.
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The best thing about autumn — besides the leaves changing colors and the crisp smell in the air — has to be the creative and tasty treats that pop up everywhere. Pumpkin becomes the desired addition to everything from muffins to lattes, including cupcakes! But besides the pumpkin cupcake batter, the season can be reflected in the array of warm color choices in cupcake toppings. From orange, deep red, yellow and brown frosting to edible glitter-encrusted fondant leaves and similarly-colored sprinkles, autumn is everywhere!
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For a one-two punch of cupcake craziness, make these Double Stuff Oreo Brownie cupcakes, and serve them alongside the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Brownie cupcakes. This double-dose of chocolate-y goodness will wow the guests at your next party — or you could just eat them yourself, as long as you are prepared for the chocolate overload! And yes, the Oreo cupcakes contain Oreo cookies, just like the Peanut Butter ones contain an entire mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup in the middle!
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You aren’t going to be sure whether you just bit into your favorite cocktail or into a cupcake. The decadent mudslide flavor in the cupcake is echoed by the beautiful chocolate and vanilla icing combination on top. The dark rich cupcake underneath just hints of what is to come. You will most likely never look for a mudslide cocktail again. These cupcakes are the perfect end to a celebratory dinner or when you need to bring something to a party at your boss’ house.
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Chocolate brownies cupcakes, dubbed the “chocoholic” are just the right treat for those gloomy days — or any day really, when you’re a chocoholic. The rich, thick brownie-like batter is made from cocoa powder, flour, vanilla non-dairy yogurt, applesauce, coconut oil, milk and a few other “classic” ingredients. Top them with the frosting of your choice, whether it be chocolate based, or the suggested cashew butter frosting — just what you need to start any party off right!
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Chocolate Sour Cream Cupcakes with Fudgy Chocolate Frosting are a taste sensation to be sure. The unlikely addition of sour cream makes these chocolate wonders moist and rich and delightful. The sour cream also tends to cut the sweetness a bit while enhancing the intensity of the cocoa. The rich fudgy frosting, taken from Hershey’s own website, has only five simple ingredients and is easy to create but the taste is far from modest.
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You’ve heard of both cake pops and cupcakes, but how about a combination of the two? Yes, these traditional cupcakes are topped with a frosted cake pop to give them a unique look and an extra “pop” of flavor! The trick lies in the assembly — make a batch of cupcakes and a batch of cake pops both using the same flavored batter. Frost the cupcakes, then frost the cake pops before sticking one on top of the other; the frosting will act like glue and hold them together!
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