Nutmeg lovers out there will surely enjoy this vanilla cupcake, which is perfectly garnished with lots of finely ground nutmeg. Instead of using vanilla extract, they used rum to add a hint of spirit. The frosting on top is made out of cream, rum and a gluten free nog. If you’re going to bring some cupcakes at a party, then choosing these sumptuous cupcakes will surely make everyone crave for more.
Source Gluten Free Canteen
Skip the traditional breakfast and go for this hand-held and super-sweet version of french toast: streusel topped french toat cupcakes with maple buttercream frosting! Make a slightly altered vanilla cupcake batter complete with the addition of cinnamon and nutmeg, then add a homemade crumbled streusel to the top before baking. Once they cool, top with a delicious maple buttercream frosting before dipping them in an extra layer of both cinnamon sugar and confectioners sugar. The results are irresistable!
Searching for the perfect thing to serve after your Thanksgiving meal? Tired of plain ol’ pumpkin pie? Try these pumpkin spice cupcakes instead! Pureed, roasted pumpkin, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and warm milk are the unique ingredients that, when combined with flour, sugar and butter, as well as a few other things, make these treats extra tasty. Top them with a homemade 4-ingredient caramel cream cheese frosting for a little extra “kick.”
Source Pass the Sushi
Bakes with autumn themes in mind, this recipe of a gingerbread cupcake is just filled with the most delicious spices you could possibly find at the spice store. In the cupcake itself is molasses, nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger which smells awesome and fills your house with delicious scents of Fall as you bake them. The spice is balanced out by the cream cheese icing that you can decorate and color to fit every occasion.
via and recipe available at The Faux Martha
via freakapotimus on Flickr
via Rudy Martinez at Man Bakes Cake
via Seth aka extremecupcakes on Flickr