Bailey’s Mint Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

Bailey's Mint Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

These cupcakes are a riff on mint chocolate chip ice cream, which is typically colored green, with a generous amount of Bailey’s for character. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day festivities, even if you don’t choose to go green!

Chocolate chip cupcakes featuring chocolate mint Irish cream and topped with mint frosting, and a recipe that works for regular or mini cupcakes. How much more festive can you get?

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Thin Mints S’Mores Cupcakes

Thin Mints S'Mores Cupcakes

It’s the most wonderful time of the yeaaar…no, it’s not Christmas – it’s Girl Scouts cookie season! And there’s only one thing better than a plain Thin Mint: a Thin Mints s’more.

These Thin Mints s’more inspired-cupcakes have a Thin Mints cookie crust (to mimic a s’mores crust) at the bottom of a mint chocolate cupcake, which is topped with homemade marshmallow fluff. Before you toast the marshmallow, top them off with a Thin Mint cut in half and made into a mini s’mores for the perfect topping.

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Mint Oreo Cupcakes

Mint Oreo Cupcakes

Even if you’re not a huge fan of chocolate and mint, it’s tough not to get on board with Mint Oreos. And it’s even tougher not to get on board with cupcakes, right?

This recipe combines that tricky mint chocolate Oreo flavor with the beloved cupcakes we all know and love here at The Cupcake Blog. In fact, there’s even an actual mint Oreo embedded in the cake. Is it possible to go wrong with that? (No, the answer is no.)

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Shamrock Shake Cupcakes

Shamrock Shake Cupcakes

Mint, vanilla and buttercream, all in each and every bite! Now who can resist such a superb collection of flavors? If you have had the pleasure of enjoying a Shamrock Shake, then you know what we’re talking about. If not, these Shamrock Shake cupcakes are going to introduce you to exactly what a shake tastes like. They nail the flavor. While the taste of these delectables will be the focus of your attention, you won’t be able to help being impressed with their great looks and color as well.

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Starlight Mint Cupcakes


Starlight Mint Cupcakes are an adorable treat for your holiday table. These fun cupcakes begin with any flavor cake. The buttercream frosting is what makes this cupcake a star. Two colors of frosting are piped together to create the starburst pattern and then covered in sparkly sugar to make them shine. The cupcake design calls for a candy glass technique to create the cellophane ties but these are optional embellishments.
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Thin Mint Cupcakes


Rich, dark and creamy are three great words to describe these Thin Mint cupcakes. Yes, you read that right: Thin Mint, like the Girl Scout Cookies. Made from cocoa powder, peppermint extract, ground Kopi Luwak coffee (or any dark roast), brewed coffee and a dash of Thin Mint crumbs, among other more traditional ingredients, the batter alone is hard to resist. Once they are topped with dark chocolate mint ganache and mint cream cheese frosting, they become completely irresistable.
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Chocolate Mint Cupcakes


What else says Christmas besides candy canes, Christmas trees and good ol’ Kris Kringle? Chocolate mint cupcakes. A tasty combination of chocolate cake batter, consisting of flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking powder, salt, eggs, buttermilk, water, vegetable oil and what really gives these goodies their name: pure peppermint extract; the unfrosted cakes alone will be tough to resist, let alone once they’ve been frosted with a thick layer of traditional chocolate ganache frosting.
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