Chocolate and marshmallow go together like peas in a pod. Whether you are making snores or simply making chocolate dipped marshmallows, itís 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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It is amazing what you can do with marshmallows, frosting and candy. These lion and lamb cupcakes are two great examples of this. They start off looking like ordinary vanilla cupcakes covered in tasty frosting, although once the toppings are added, they are transformed into adorable treats that fit into the month of March perfectly: in like a lion and out like a lamb. Or is it the other way around?
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Want to enjoy S’mores without having to build a campfire? If you answered yes, then you need to check out this recipe. These tasty treats consist of chocolate brownie batter cupcakes filled with a graham cracker center. As an added bonus, they are topped with marshmallow meringue frosting that is lightly toasted at the top for an added touch of authenticity. Making them is easy, since the cupcakes consist of a mere 7 ingredients!
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It is hard enough to resist a steaming mug of hot chocolate complete with melting mini marshmallows, so how can you possibly pass up these hot cocoa cupcakes topped with marshmallow frosting? Easy, you don’t. You just indulge. These hot cocoa cupcakes are made from a mix developed by Stonewall Kitchen. The frosting is available through them, too, making these cupcakes easier to make and enjoy. Top them off with a few small marshmallows and enjoy!
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Take simple vanilla cupcakes to a whole new level with these adorable Rise of the Guardians movie-themed treats. The batter consists of standard ingredients like butter, sugar, flour, salt and vanilla, which complement the marshmallow fluff based filling perfectly. To tie these goodies in with the movie, choose the color that “fills you” and use a drop of gel color to dye the filling that particular shade. Top with white fondant, spun sugar and fondant elf to make these fit in with the Rise of Guardians!
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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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The Hot Chocolate cupcake is sure to be a fall favorite in no time. This cupcake begins as a standard chocolate cupcake that has been tweaked with Herseyís Special Dark hot cocoa and prepared hot chocolate. This cupcake is then cored and filled with chocolate ganache and frosted with a buttercream that incorporates fluffy marshmallow cream and heavy whipping cream. All of these combine to create a cupcake reminiscent of hot cocoa around the campfire or fireplace.
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Loving marshmallows? Just look at these Smores cupcake that is to die for! The sponge is made of dark chocolate; just right for a sweet melted marshmallow on top. Very exciting dessert for the marshmallow lover so make sure you’re generous with frosting. You can grill the top of the icing so that it becomes a little brown. That makes it look more mouthwatering. Add some chocolate on top and you’re done.
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