Pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting are a fall flavored dessert that is full of rich spices and sweet creamy goodness. Besides the spices, another wholesome ingredient is the applesauce which replaces half of the oil but keeps the cake moist, and the buttermilk which lends to the creamy rich flavor. The cream cheese buttercream frosting is full of flavor as well with a quarter cup of rich maple syrup.
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Some people may think that pumpkins only exist during Halloween and Thanksgiving, but with these pumpkin cupcakes you will surely want to see them more often. People who are not fond of eating pumpkins may see pumpkins in another light once they taste these cupcakes, because they don’t taste like pumpkins that much due to other spices and additional flavors that are added in these mouth-watering cupcakes. The top part of these cupcakes is made out of cream cheese and maple frosting, which will give these amazing pumpkin cupcakes a heavenly aroma. Match these cupcakes with your favorite cup of tea.
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These Halloween Pumpkin cupcakes contain a secret: rainbow vanilla cupcake batter. Of course, you would never know that until you bit into them and tasted them in all of the vanilla buttercream frosted goodness. So, what makes them a Halloween pumpkin? The frosted decorations on the top of each, of course! The buttercream frosting is tinted orange (for the pumpkin face) and the features are “drawn” on in black frosting. A little green frosting is at the top of each face to create the illusion of a stem, or hair, depending on how you look at it!
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Pumpkin cupcakes are an aromatic and full flavored cupcake. Whether featured on a Thanksgiving Dinner table or at a summer time barbeque, these are the perfect dessert. They are not too sweet and they are most definitely not boring with all those rich and flavorful spices. An afternoon tea would be perfectly accompanied by these, as well as a dessert table, a birthday, or just a glass of milk for an afternoon snack.
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Can you imagine something so delicious and healthy at the same time? These Pumpkin Cupcakes with Buttermilk Icing is a must-try treat that will surely not hurt your diet program and will let you indulge without having to worry too much about calories. The goodness of perfectly ripe pumpkin complements the smooth taste of the buttermilk icing. You can also choose to have cream cheese frosting for your sweet tooth.
If you are a lover of pumpkin pie and pumpkin bread, you certainly will find these pumpkin cupcakes absolutely divine to munch on at any time of the day. Filled with ingredients that include cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, your taste buds immediately begin to water when you spy some maple frosted pumpkin cupcakes. The frosting spread flavored with maple syrup and vanilla extract on to which there is added, sprinkled chopped toffee bits. What more could anybody want in a cupcake?
Say it five times fast, “brown butter pumpkin cupcakes with salted caramel frosting.” Kind of a tongue twister, right? Despite their long and twist-y name, these cupcakes personify autumn in all of its glory. Flavored with cinnamon. nutmeg, cloves, vanilla extract and pumpkin puree, among other things, they are topped with salted caramel buttercream after baking and cooling. For an extra touch of tastiness, drizzle them with salted caramel sauce before serving.
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Nothing says “autumn” quite like a pumpkin cupcake. Add in the cheesecake filling, and top them with nutella buttercream, and you have yourself a very delectible, fall-themed cupcake in your hands. The trick to making these? Assemble the cheesecake and bake it. Then, as you’re spooning the pumpkin cupcake batter into the liners, add in a cupcake-sized chunk of cheesecake. Smother it with more batter and then bake. Sounds simple, right? It is!!
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Not only are these cupcakes quick and easy to make, but they are gluten free and except for the eggs in the batter, dairy free as well, making them a bonanza for those with food allergies! Although pumpkin and chocolate chips sound like a crazy combination, they turn out to be quite delicious when combined. The frosting is a dairy-free buttercream, made from vegetable shortening, powdered sugar, vanilla and almond milk whipped together. Top with a few leftover Halloween candies and serve!
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If you want to show off your baking skills this Christmas and New Year, you have to bake these yummy Cinnamon Streusel Pumpkin Cupcakes with White Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting. What a name, right? If you are amazed with the length of this cupcake’s name, you will surely be more amazed with its perfect taste! It is so big, delicious and great looking for you and your family and friends this coming holiday season. You will definitely love every bite of these cupcakes!
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