Looking for a memorable holiday treat? It doesn’t get any more unforgettable than these whimsical holiday mini cupcakes. Picture a square (yes, Square) cupcake decorated to look like a chimney with Santa Claus’ legs sticking out. Not enough? How about a fondant-covered “gift” cupcake, complete with an edible fondant “ribbon”, “bow” and “gift tag?” Or one decorated to look like a festive snowflake? Nothing says Happy Holidays more than these cheerful mini cupcakes!
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Shirley Temple: 1) an adorable child actress of the 1930ís, 40ís, and 50ís fondly referred to as Americaís Sweetheart. 2) A non-alcoholic drink comprised of ginger ale and grenadine, often garnished with a maraschino cherry. These lovely Shirley Temple cupcakes are fitting namesakes of either of the aforementioned definitions as they are both sweet and fun and suitable for all ages. This cupcake version has just the right mix of sweet cherry, 7-up, and almond extract to create a light, fluffy, and fun cupcake that everyone is sure to enjoy.
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Mini cupcakes are made quickly and easily with this recipe. Instead of gathering all of the ingredients from scratch, start off with a basic spice cake mix. Leave out one egg, and substitute in canned pineapple and grated carrots to give these goodies the carrot cake flavor that you’re going for. (Otherwise, you’ll end up with spice cake cupcakes, which will be just as good!) Topped with a simple cream cheese and vanilla frosting, these mini cupcakes are a great addition to any party menu.
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Chocolate combined with the fruity taste of pomegranate, this is mini cups are all about the sweetness without the guilt. These cupcakes are definitely a good way to start the new year. Chocolate cups with chocolate frosting then topped with vitamins, potassium and antioxidants of the pomegranate; get ready to munch more than just one cup. Moist and chewy, just one bite and it would wonderfully melt in your mouth.
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