Dirt Pudding Cupcakes

Dirt Pudding Cupcakes

Dirt Pudding Cupcakes will make your Halloween buffet table more adorable than ever. What’s better than dirt pudding? Serving it up in a chocolate cupcake.

There’s something pretty indulgent about being allowed to eat something that resembles dirt – pulling gummy worms – or in this case, ghostly marshmallows, from the pudding is an added bonus. Serving these up at your Halloween party would be pretty awesome, I have to say.

Source: My Baking Addiction

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Candy Corn Ghost Cupcakes

Candy Corn Ghost Cupcakes

October is finally here which means we are officially in the holiday season – bring on the food, the baking and all that is awesome about Halloween to kickstart us into high gear.

I have so many Halloween desserts to share-I can hardly wait! To start the month off, I’m sharing these these fun Candy Corn Ghost Cupcakes. Admit it, they made you smile.

Source: Bakers Royale

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Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Anything that combines pumpkin and cream cheese is a winner with me and these cupcakes come out so flavorful and moist but with minimal effort. We didn’t add cinnamon to the frosting but I’m certain it would be wonderful as well.

I dare you to eat just one. Double dog dare ya!

Source: Oh My! Sugar High

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Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes

Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes

Adorable mini cupcakes of Frankenstein and his bride!  These are so much fun to make perfect for any fall party or kid’s activity.  All you need are mini cupcakes, green frosting, sprinkles, candy eyes and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups!

True Halloween love.  If they had hands they would be holding them. These Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein Mini Cupcakes will be the cutest couple at any Halloween party!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Quick and Easy Pumpkin Cupcakes

Quick and Easy Pumpkin Cupcakes

Easy pumpkin cupcakes that start with a cake mix, topped with a rich brown sugar and cream cheese frosting, just in time for fall.

Autumn may not be here yet, but it’s certainly on its way, and the pumpkin spice craze won’t hold off much longer! So we think it’s 100% acceptable to go ahead and indulge, especially when the recipe is this scrumptious.

Source: Taste and Tell

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Skeleton Cupcakes

Skeleton Cupcakes

Boo! Did I scare you? No?…You’re no fun. Well, maybe these cupcakes will do the trick with their creepy little skeleton decor, or sour cream and milk base. Yes, sour cream. Are you SURE that doesn’t scare you? Good…because you’d be missing out if it did. The little skeleton on top is just an added bonus and makes these great for just about any Halloween party, especially when paired with an adorable cupcake liner. BOO! – Did I get you THAT time? No?…sigh.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Poop Emoji Cupcakes

Poop Emoji Cupcakes

No one likes Monday, so it’s only appropriate we share these poop emoji cupcakes on a Monday, right? Yes, they really are edible cupcakes. When you say the name, say it really fast, because no one wants to focus on the idea of eating poop. Instead, focus on the amazing taste and remarkable resemblance to their namesake. The cupcake name is pretty self-explanatory for anyone who’s ever used a smart phone, but the taste is so wonderful it’s more difficult to find words to accurately describe them. Whipping up a batch is won’t take any time at all, and decorating them is sure to cure the Monday blues!

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Garlic Cupcakes to Keep You Safe From Vampires This Halloween

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For the perfect Halloween cupcake, combine the unlikely trio of chocolate, garlic and coffee. While these three ingredients don’t sound like they go well together, they surprisingly do – and manage to be the perfect deterrent to any wayward vampires that might be heading your way on All Hallow’s Eve. Even if you don’t see any black-caped fang-toothed partiers, you can still enjoy these tasty treats and their garlic coffee cream cheese frosting.
Source Garlic Cupcakes

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Halloween Pumpkin Cupcakes


These Halloween Pumpkin cupcakes contain a secret: rainbow vanilla cupcake batter. Of course, you would never know that until you bit into them and tasted them in all of the vanilla buttercream frosted goodness. So, what makes them a Halloween pumpkin? The frosted decorations on the top of each, of course! The buttercream frosting is tinted orange (for the pumpkin face) and the features are “drawn” on in black frosting. A little green frosting is at the top of each face to create the illusion of a stem, or hair, depending on how you look at it!
Source Cake In A Cup

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Gluten Free Halloween Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cupcakes


Not only are these cupcakes quick and easy to make, but they are gluten free and except for the eggs in the batter, dairy free as well, making them a bonanza for those with food allergies! Although pumpkin and chocolate chips sound like a crazy combination, they turn out to be quite delicious when combined. The frosting is a dairy-free buttercream, made from vegetable shortening, powdered sugar, vanilla and almond milk whipped together. Top with a few leftover Halloween candies and serve!
Source Gluten Free Canteen

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