Deep, Dark and Rosy Red Velvet Cupcakes

Deep, Dark and Rosy Red Velvet Cupcakes

I know that a lot of people only associate red velvet with Christmas, but for me, red velvet is definitely a February thing. And for some reason this year, I really went full force with the V-Day eats.

These cupcakes were just the start, I loved them. I haven’t said that yet, but I really did love them. The chocolate flavor is awesome and subtle light flavors of the roses balance the chocolate out. AND that cream cheese frosting. Whoa.

That’s maybe the best thing ever. Seriously, so good.

Source: Half Baked Harvest

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Pink Rose Cupcakes for your Sweet Valentine

Pink Rose Cupcakes for your Sweet Valentine

Nothing says Valentines Day more than roses and chocolate! This is the kind of rose I’d like to receive on Valentines Day. How about you?

Chocolate and raspberry together are a great combination, topped off with Buttercream Frosting and tinted pink with Americolor soft pink. Either vanilla extract or raspberry would make these super delicious.

Source: Created by Diane

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Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

Every Saturday is a day of celebration, and this one is no different. We’ve settled on these strawberry chocolate chip cupcakes, originally created for a proposal, to sweeten up this Saturday morning, afternoon, evening or all three…in case you need a little extra today.

Bitter dark chocolate is perfectly balanced with strawberry flavor, including fresh strawberry puree in the cake, which also makes it extra moist. And it’s even better when you eat them straight out of the oven while the chocolate is still gooey! We won’t judge you.

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Pistachio Cupcakes

Pistachio Cupcakes

My husband labeled these as one of the best cupcakes he’s ever eaten and I’d have to say I’m a huge fan myself!

They remind me so much of a good pistachio ice cream (one of my favorite flavors) and I love that they are perfectly soft and tender. Plus that buttercream is what dreams are made of! If you like pistachios don’t pass these by! They’re such a decadently delicious cupcake!

Source: Cooking Classy

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Sunflower Cupcakes

Sunflower Cupcakes

These sunflower cupcakes are perfect for your next social event if you’re responsible for providing the sweets. No matter what the weather may be, these edible sunflower treats will brighten up the day. They may look fancy and a little complicated, but they aren’t, and you’ll be impressed with your piping talents when it comes to the icing. Simple ingredients and simple techniques will have you presenting the best sunflower cupcakes ever.

Source: I am baker.

 

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Easiest Ever Flower Cupcake Toppers


Cupcake toppers veer from the simple to the complicated. Some contain a number of fondant bits, assembled to look like a sculpture or fancy piece of art – one that is edible, of course. These flower cake topped fall into the former category, and are simple to assemble. They consist of a fake flower that was been washed well. The stem is covered in a piece of wax paper just in case, and to prevent the stem from getting frosting all over it. Push the stem into the top of a cupcake and your work is done!
Source The Decorated Cookie

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Flower Cupcakes


Want a novel way to present your cupcakes? Then this coffee filter flower arrangement could be just what you are looking for. Its a lovely, easy way of turning your cupcakes into brilliant blooming flowers, using coffee filters and food colouring. The cleverness behind this idea lies in its simplicity, and its ability to be adapted depending on your intended recipients. These would make an excellent anniversary gift or birthday present. Who wouldn’t want to receive a bouquet of bright, beautiful flowers (that also happen to contain your favourite delicious cupcake)?
Source Cup-e-Cake Gang

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Flower Cupcakes


The most important part of these cupcakes is the buttercream frosting. The cupcakes are made of a basic vanilla batter, consisting of milk, vanilla extract, salt, eggs, sugar, butter, flour and baking powder. After they have baked and cooled, the fun begins — piping on the buttercream frosting so that it resembles flower petals. Put a chocolate candy in the center of each and voila! You have a pretty springtime treat to serve to your guests.
Source Martha Stewart

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Fall Flower Pot Cupcakes


Picture this: pumpkin cupcakes covered in a fine layer of maple cream cheese frosting. Does that sound “fall” enough to you? Yes, but we are not done yet. Added to the top of each cupcake is a thin layer of crumbled up Oreo cookie crumbs that, after dipping, resemble the potting soil found in a flower pot, only chocolate-y and completely edible. The fondant flowers, made with the help of a blossom-shaped cookie cutter and some ingenuity, add to the illusion when placed atop the Oreo cookie “dirt.” The results are colorful, tasty and fall-like in appearance!
Source Butter Hearts Sugar

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Autumn Cupcakes


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!
Source Sugarplum Cupcakes

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