French Toast Cupcakes

French Toast Cupcakes

French toast is, typically, a morning food that one turns to when they have too much bread and not enough people to eat it. It’s delicious, fluffy, syrupy goodness…and now, you can enjoy it in a cupcake. Um, yes please?! These little morsels already have some syrup built into them, so no need for that messy sticky stuff all over your clothing – just grab one (in the morning, I dare say) and head on your merry way. A few sprinkles, a bit of coffee…the perfect meal is a click away!

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Buttercream Bakery French Toast Cupcakes Recipe


A cupcake topped with syrup, whipped cream frosting and buttercream frosting sounds divine, doesn’t it? Now, take into account the fact that these are French toast cupcakes, and you’ll want to make them right now! The cupcakes contain maple syrup, cinnamon, sour cream and vanilla paste, among other things – just what you need to get that French toast flavor. After they’ve baked, they’re topped with a glaze of brown sugar maple syrup, maple cinnamon buttercream, and vanilla bean whipped cream. Amazing!
Source the extra ordinary art of cake

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Streusel Topped French Toast Cupcakes with Maple Buttercream


Skip the traditional breakfast and go for this hand-held and super-sweet version of french toast: streusel topped french toat cupcakes with maple buttercream frosting! Make a slightly altered vanilla cupcake batter complete with the addition of cinnamon and nutmeg, then add a homemade crumbled streusel to the top before baking. Once they cool, top with a delicious maple buttercream frosting before dipping them in an extra layer of both cinnamon sugar and confectioners sugar. The results are irresistable!
Source Bakingdom

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Maple French Toast and Bacon Cupcakes


Maple bacon doughnuts are the newest trend, and now you can add these maple french toast and bacon cupcakes to the list as well. The unusual, yet tasty combination consists of a cupcake base with some odd ingredients, like pudding mix, potato starch, maple syrup and cooked bacon, as well as some standards: flour, brown sugar and cinnamon. But, what “really takes the cake” so to speak, is the maple syrup and cinnamon flavored cream cheese frosting.
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