Lemon Sunshine Cupcakes

Lemon Sunshine Cupcakes

Bring in a little bit of sunshine with these Lemon Sunshine Cupcakes! Based on an old favorite cake, these cupcakes are filled with lemon curd and topped with a dreamy fluffy frosting. A sprinkling of coconut tops them off.

If you haven’t heard of a sunshine cake, it’s a white cake filled with lemon curd, then topped by a fluffy, marshmallow frosting. These miniature treats are the scrumptious cupcake version. Happy real spring!

Source: Taste and Tell

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Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love butterscotch? Who doesn’t love cupcakes? Since the answer to both questions is a resounding, “No one,” this is a combo you’ll want to make in large batches. The cake portion, vanilla with a hint of sour cream, is light and fluffy, the perfect companion for marshmallow frosting and a butterscotch shell. The most fun part? These cupcakes are dipped, just like your favorite Dairy Queen cones. Grab some baking gear, set aside just over an hour, and get cooking!

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Lemon Meringue Cupcakes

Lemon Meringue Cupcakes

A wonderful lemon cake intertwined with a lemon curd filling is a mouthful in itself. When you top it with a yummy marshmallow frosting, you are in for a treat that will create a “wow!” memory for a very long time to come. These are easy to make (and easy to eat) and will definitely bring you all the pleasure that a piece of lemon meringue pie would bring, without the piecrust, which may be even better!

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Chocolate Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting


Chocolate and marshmallow go together like peas in a pod. Whether you are making snores or simply making chocolate dipped marshmallows, its a great flavor profile that both kids and adults will enjoy. Mix up a batch of these Chocolate Cupcakes with Marshmallow frosting for your next event and you will be the hit of the ball. The creamy marshmallow flavor enhances the chocolaty cupcakes in just the right way, just try not to eat them all before you get to the party.
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Brownie Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting


Brownie cupcakes with marshmallow frosting are kind of like a s’more minus the graham cracker holding the whole thing together. The only difference, except for the s’more, is the thick brownie texture of the cupcake, which takes the place of the Hershey chocolate bits quite nicely. The marshmallow frosting? It is made from vanilla extract, cream of tartar, granulated sugar and egg whites. After frosting the cupcakes, apply a liberal helping of the frosting before toasting it lightly. The results are pretty close to the real thing, only tastier!
Source Cooking Classy

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Brownie Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting


Brownie cupcakes are the newest baking trend. These thick, delicious chocolate cupcakes go best when served with a unique, yet tasty topping — like the marshmallow frosting seen here. Even better? Create a little ambiance by lightly toasting the marshmallow frosting with a kitchen torch, giving them a look that says, “s’more’s around a campfire, minus the graham cracker.” Create these mini-masterpieces from scratch and serve them at your next shindig; just remember to keep a few for yourself!
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Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting


Looking for a creative way to serve those leftover Thanksgiving sweet potatoes? Check out this recipe for sweet potato pie cupcakes with marshmallow frosting! Start with the graham cracker crust (made from butter, sugar and graham cracker crumbs) before moving on to the cupcakes themselves (made from brown sugar, mashed sweet potatoes, cinnamon, nutmeg, flour and some other goodies). Do not forget about the marshmallow frosting — its sweetness is the perfect contrast to the rich batter!
Source Meg’s Everyday Indulgence

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Sweet Potato Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Marshmallow Frosting


Cupcakes come in many flavors. On top of the traditional chocolate and vanilla, they can also be made from ingredients that are more suited to the dinner table than the dessert one — like sweet potatoes, for example. By adding a little mashed sweet potato to a standard flour base, along with a little nutmeg and cinnamon, you end up with a rich, sweet and uniquely flavored cupcake that can be served at any function. The marshmallow and vanilla frosting give them just the right amount of sweetness.
Source Lauren’s Latest

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