Maple Cupcakes with Maple Buttercream

Maple Cupcakes with Maple Buttercream

There’s no rule that maple syrup can only be used on pancakes and waffles, and this cupcake recipe takes full advantage of that.

Featuring maple syrup in both the cakeĀ and the frosting, in addition to a little brown sugar, these cups of goodness are sure to hit the spot, whether you’re munching for breakfast, a late night snack or anything in between.

Source: Baking Bites

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Pancakes and Bacon Cupcakes


Look around at the various cupcake bakeries spread throughout the country and you will see that there is no shortage of cupcake creativity. Some of these tasty treats are made from things like basil, olive oil, saffron and even chicken — but is the always the sweet, sugary recipes that win out. For example, these pancake and bacon cupcakes exemplify the best of both world: sweet pancakes, smoky bacon and hint of maple syrup mean that you can eat these for breakfast and get away with it!
Source She Knows Food and Recipes

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Carrot Cupcakes with Mascarpone Icing


The combination of carrot and mascarpone icing will surely bring you to heaven. The deliciously looking cupcakes are made out of orange zest, maple syrup and carrots. To add a little citrus taste, there is a mixture of orange juice. For the mascarpone icing, the zest of lemon is added for the citrus taste to blend with the carrot cupcake. Now for the final touch, strips of mangoes that are dried are perfectly are added on top of the mascarpone icing.
Source Williams-Sonoma

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Delicious Maple Buttermilk Pancake Cupcakes


Pancake lovers, rejoice! If, for whatever reason, you can’t enjoy your favorite breakfast of pancakes and maple syrup, then check out these maple buttermilk pancake cupcakes. Topped with a little bacon – and for good measure – a little maple butter cream cheese frosting — these will give you a morning sugar rush of epic proportions. The trick in making the cupcakes extra tasty lies in the addition of buttermilk, ground walnuts and ginger to the batter. Serve these the next time you have guests, and they will thank you!
Source The Extraordinary Art of Cake

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