Neapolitan Bonbon Cupcakes

Neapolitan Bonbon Cupcakes

These are a great Valentine’s day treat and a good idea for any occasion! One thing is for certain, these cupcakes are all about variety.

You get a little of everything – rich chocolate cake, vanilla and strawberry buttercream, and a surprise flavor-filled bonbon on top! They are super simple to make and the decoration could not be easier – just pop a chocolate on top!

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Neapolitan Frosting Cupcakes

Neapolitan Frosting Cupcakes

When you hear the term, “Neapolitan,” your brain might automatically skip to ice cream, but once you’ve had these Neapolitan frosting cupcakes, they’ll be the only sweet you think about. Just imagine, chocolate cake topped with a swirl of chocolate frosting, then a swirl of pretty pink, and a final dollop of white. There you have the famous Neapolitan colors all in one big bite. These cupcakes will soon become a family favorite, not just because of this triple layer of frosted goodness, but because the cake section is really yummy too!

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Neapolitan Cupcakes


The word “Neapolitan” brings up mental pictures of a vanilla, strawberry and chocolate ice cream in a carton or a bowl. These cupcakes produce the same effect, and have all three flavors at once. The cupcakes themselves are chocolate. These is no specific recipe here, and you can use any one that you wish. The frosting is vanilla buttercream, and the strawberry flavor? That is in the form of strawberry chocolate dip coating. Toss on a few sprinkles and enjoy!
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Neapolitan Cupcakes


Neopolitan ice cream – that classic mix of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry – is hard to beat, although these neopolitan cupcakes definitely will end up on top. Made from a combination of white cupcake batter flavored with cocoa powder and strawberry jam (plus some left white to complete the color scheme) and matching frosting, these tasty treats do not look like the ice cream, but definitely taste like it! Serve with a side of aforementioned ice cream, just to add to the effect.
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