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Vanilla Cupcakes


Vanilla is an all-time favorite of everyone. Use it for your cupcakes and you will taste heaven. These Vanilla Cupcakes are delicious just as they are. But when you top it with orange and lemon frosting, you are in for a treat that has a twist. The zing of orange and lemon complements the sweetness of the cupcakes. Whether you have it as an afternoon snack or as a dessert, you are guaranteed to have a taste of these divine Vanilla Cupcakes.
Source Cupcake Project

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Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Multicolored Frosting


No matter what the occasion is you will surely love these colorful mini chocolate cupcakes on your table. These cute cupcakes are made out of one bowl chocolate cupcakes, with butter cream for frosting. Make the frosting more interesting by adding some coloring to your butter cream frosting. Then make several cupcakes with different colors of frosting. Match these delicious cupcakes with a cup of espresso to enhance the chocolatey taste of the cupcake.
Source Martha Stewart

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Vanilla Dog Cupcakes with Mocha Frosting Recipe


With these vanilla dog cupcakes, the unique-ness isn’t in the batter – it’s in the decorations. Take standard vanilla cupcakes (although you can make them chocolate if you so choose) and then top them with homemade, creamy mocha frosting. Caramels, Wilton eyes, black jellybeans, marshmallows and pink starburst candies all become the parts of the dog’s face. Use a special “grass tip” to get the frosting to look like fur and then decorate. The results are almost too cute to eat!
Source Bite me More

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Lemon Cupcakes


Lemon Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting incorporate butter, buttermilk, lemon extract and vanilla extract as well as flour, baking powder, lemon zest and more to create a moist, tasty, full bodied cupcake that is perfectly complemented by the rich and velvety cream cheese lemon buttercream. In less than an hour the journey from raw ingredients to baked bliss is complete with no more effort than it might take to bake a less fantastic boxed cupcake.
Source My Baking Addiction

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Banana Cupcakes with Honey Cinnamon Frosting


Everyone knows that when you have over-ripe bananas you can make banana bread or muffins out of them, but why not try to move in a different direction and bake some cupcakes instead? These banana cupcakes with honey cinnamon frosting take there flavor from the mashed bananas in the batter, plus the whole, sliced banana that goes on top of the lucious honey-cinnamon frosting. How’s that for a twist of something different?
Source Marth Stewart

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Single Lady Cupcakes


Don’t let the “single lady” in the title throw you off — these are not based on the Beyonce song! Instead, this recipe makes exactly one (yes, ONE!) cupcake. And you don’t even have to bake it in the oven, since this batter can also be microwaved. Simple combine small amounts of flour, salt, applesauce, milk, vanilla extract, baking powder and sugar, although these are alternate ingredients that can be added. Frost with your choice of frosting – or go without – and enjoy!
Source Chocolate-Covered Katie

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Chocolate Cupcakes and Dulce de Leche Frosting


If you’re looking for a recipe for Valentine’s Day, you might to try this egg-free chocolate cupcakes with a dulce de leche frosting. The frosting is definitely a winner. Sweet, creamy and decadent, you definitely want this cupcake for your a dinner date with your Valentine. The good thing about this is it’s vegan friendly. Cow’s milk is replaced by almond milk and it is made with vegan butter. Definitely a healthier choice!
Source Roxana’s Home Baking

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Coconut Cupcakes


The first thing that greets you when you first lay eyes on these cupcakes is the coco-nutty smell. The cupcake itself is a delicious blend of coconut, almond and vanilla with a tang that only buttermilk can give. The firm, creamy frosting is made of cream cheese and cooled with a blend of sifted confectioners sugar. The sprinkle of coconut on the frosting plus the baked coconut incorporated in the cupcake makes you feel like you are in a delicious coconut dream.
Source Some Kitchen Stories

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Chocolate and Banana Cupcakes with PB Buttercream Frosting


These chocolate banana cupcakes are topped with a peanut butter frosting. The base has a strong banana flavor that is complemented by the peanut butter frosting. Made with a banana extract without the typical spices of a choco-banana cupcake like cinnamon or nutmeg, you will definitely taste the banana in the base. If you want a muffin, add some spices and a bit of brown sugar on top to create a melted crumble.
Source Java Cupcake

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Gingerbread Cupcakes with Molasses Cream Cheese Frosting


Nothing says holidays like gingerbread. This holiday staple is always a hit at parties and celebrations and this recipe, with an optional substitution of crystalized ginger for ground ginger is sure to spice up any gathering. The frosting, a creamy sweet compliment to the spiced cake, can be dressed up for the party, or arrive simply adorned and be perfectly received either way. Adding holiday sprinkles, printed cupcake wraps, or fancy decorating techniques, while not necessary, will be the creative icing on the cake.
Source Gimme Some Oven

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