Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes

Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes

Go retro this spring with these delicious Pineapple Cocunut cupcakes that will remind you of childhood and Easter parties. The yellow cupcake base and the cocunut frosting just looks like Spring,and if you ever get tired of chocolate cupcakes you can give your tastebuds a yummy break. This heavenly pineapple and cocunut flavor combo is healthy too, so you never have to feel guilty about eating one..or two..or more!

Source: Gluten Free Canteen

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Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes (For Easter or Anytime!)

Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes

It’s true: I don’t think “rosemary lemon” when I think cupcakes, either. In addition, these cupcakes are made in quite an unusual way – in empty eggshells! However, neither one of these facts detracts from the simple truth that these little beauties are a heavenly bite of perfection. This classy treat is all about flavor, texture, and a delicious understated sweetness that’ll keep you coming back…even if you don’t like rosemary. Batter up!

Source: Cup of Sugar, Pinch of Salt

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Easy Bunny Cupcakes

Easy Bunny Cupcakes

While I can see how you might think that bunny cupcakes are ONLY for Easter, they’re great for spring, birthdays, or a kids’ activity too! These fanciful cupcakes come with an adorable pair of edible bunny ears. I know, I can’t stand the cuteness either! I have to eat them right now! Fortunately, they are super easy, customizable, and downright delicious. Hoppity hop right on over and see what you think!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Lemon Blueberry Cupcakes


Lemon blueberry cupcakes sound like a magnificent summer treat – and they are, but they can also be enjoyed year-round. The batter of these cupcakes includes whole blueberries, lemon juice, lemon zest, sugar, cake flour, vanilla extract, milk and several other ingredients. Once they have baked, top them off with some lemon cream cheese frosting, a few whole blueberries, and serve. The best part about making these cupcakes it getting to eat them afterwards!
Source Sweet Peas Kitchen

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Lemon Mochi Basil Cupcakes


There are a number of different “classic” cupcake combinations, but one can become tired of them pretty quickly. If you’re tired of the usual vanilla and chocolate cupcakes accompanied by either vanilla or chocolate frosting, then make sure to check out these lemon mocha basil cupcakes. The cupcakes themselves are made of a combination of both standard all purpose flour and mochiko (a type of rice) flour, hence the name. The frosting is a lemon basil buttercream that compliments them perfectly. Who needs classic!
Source Lafuji Mama

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Ombre Lemon Cupcakes With Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting


If you’ve been looking for a great lemon cupcake recipe, but found most of them to be too complicated, then look no further than these ombre lemon cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting. The batter is made from a white cake mix, which is prepared according to the instructions – except for the addition of lemon extract and yellow food coloring. The frosting is a lemon cream cheese, with more lemon extract and yellow food coloring. Top with a few candied lemon slices and enjoy!
Source Love From the Oven

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Lemon Creme Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes


These Lemon Crme Oreo Cheesecake Cupcakes not only taste great, but they are easy to make as well. A lemon crme Oreo cookies goes on the bottom of each cupcake liner (yes, the WHOLE cookie, filling and all) and then the cheesecake mixture is layered on top. After baking, top with fruit pie filling – blueberry is used in this particular recipe – fresh fruit, ice cream, or whatever you prefer. You can also top these with a little whipped cream before serving!
Source Cupcakes and Kale Chips

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MEYER LEMON LIMONCELLO CUPCAKES


Make your own Happy Hour treat with these Meyer lemon limoncello cupcakes. The limoncello in the batter and the frosting turn these into an adults only treat that should not be served to kids. Of course you can always make a batch or two without the limoncello, but where’s the fun in that? These cupcakes are flavored with the aforementioned limoncello, fresh Meyer lemon juice, and Meyer lemon zest. They are filled with homemade lemon curd, and topped with cream cheese frosting – there isn’t much sweetness in these cupcakes!
Source Tartelette

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BITE SIZE GINGER CUPCAKES WITH LEMON CREAM CHEESE FROSTING


Few things make a better snack than tiny, bite sized cupcakes. These ginger ones are flavored with ground ginger (hence the name), grated nutmeg, lemon zest, vanilla extract and fresh ginger. The frosting is a homemade lemon cream cheese, that perfectly compliments the cupcakes without overpowering them. Bake these treats, let them cool, frost them, and then top off with some sliced, candied ginger to give them a little extra kick. You’ll find these hard to resist!
Source Fine Cooking

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Lemon Salt Lemon Cupcakes and Portland Trip Part 3


Ah, the refreshing taste of lemon in a scrumptious pastry. Is there anything better? The tart and tangy flavor of a lemon and sugar is just the perfect combination. Try one of these gluten free lemon salt lemon cupcakes with a refreshing glass of lemonade for a snack that really tingles the taste buds. After these little beauties are done baking, the tops are smeared with a rich and luscious lemon butter cream frosting. The light sprinkling of lemon salt really gives every bite a vibrant kick.
Source Tartelette

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