Elmo Cupcakes

Elmo Cupcakes

No doubt your clan would like any of the Sesame Street character cupcakes, but we bet that Elmo becomes their favorite. Not just because they look so darn cute, but because they taste yummy too! Good buttercream frosting makes Elmo’s fur look so realistic. A whole bunch of Elmos can be made using this chocolate batter, then tinting the buttercream frosting with a mix of red and orange coloring.

Source: I Am Baker

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Festive Tie-Dye Cupcakes

Festive Tie-Dye Cupcakes

What better way is there then to blast off the summer than with these tie dye cupcakes? They are whimsical and fun to look at, but better look quick, because they won’t be around for long. These multi-colored cupcakes are easy to make and oh, so delicious. Be generous with your sprinkles, because they really do add to both the looking and tasting fun. They will make the perfect addition to your next barbecue!

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes

Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes

Chocolate cupcakes are already amazing, and honestly, once you have a good chocolate cupcake you’ll never go back to the boxed stuff. So when you add some raspberries and raspberry frosting to an already excellent chocolate cupcake, you wind up with the perfect, moist cupcake of heaven. You won’t want to share these, so make sure you make a ton, especially if they’re for an event…since you’ll just hover around them and eat them all.

Source: Mrs. B’s Kitchen

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Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red velvet cupcakes…what makes them so different from WHITE cupcakes, or YELLOW cupcakes, anyway? You know, I’m not so sure, but regardless of the difference, these little red guys will wow your socks off. They’re buttery, sweet and yes…red. With the right frosting, you won’t be able to stop yourself from enjoying more than one. Obviously, the difference between white, yellow and red cupcakes is that red ones are way more sinful than the others (by the way, it’s the butter. That’s the difference. But that can be our little secret so you can blame the cupcakes for all of that red velvet eating you did).

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Red Velvet Cupcakes


Red Velvet cupcakes are a classic treat that can easily be served at any function, big or small, fancy or casual. These are flavored with unsweetened cocoa powder, and also contain cake flour, kosher salt, an egg, sugar, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, buttermilk, baking soda, white vinegar, and of course, red food coloring (otherwise they would just be chocolate cupcakes.) In order to follow tradition, top them with cream cheese frosting. If you prefer, you can toss on a few sprinkles as well!
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Red, White and Blue Cupcakes


There’s nothing more patriotic than the classic combination of red, white and blue. These cupcakes definitely qualify, with their red, white and blue batter and matching colorful frosting. The cupcakes are made by mixing up a batch of white cupcake batter and dying portions of it red and blue with gel paste coloring. Layering the batter by color, baking these treats and then piping on red, white and blue icing once they cool results in a very patriotic treat!
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Red Velvet Cupcakes


A sumptuous treat to all red velvet lovers out there is this red velvet cupcake which is made out of cocoa and vanilla extract. The cheese cream that is frosted on top of the red velvet cupcake will surely help compliment its overall taste. To make everything more colorful the frosting is perfectly garnished with colorful chocolate sprinkles. These cupcakes are perfect for birthdays and for your everyday red velvet cravings.
Source Mama’s Gotta Bake

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Red Velvet Sweetheart Cupcakes


Are you ready for some cupcakes that are almost too cute to eat? Just take some Duncan Hines red velvet cupcake mix, bake, and then frost with homemade vanilla buttercream. For the crowning touch, place the cupcakes someplace where they can cool down quickly, and then whip up some chocolate coating. Dip the tops of each cupcake into the coating and sprinkle on some lovely heart-shaped or red and white sprinkles. Let the coating harden and then serve with a smile!
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Layered Red, White & Blue Vanilla Cupcakes with Fool-Proof Cream Cheese Frosting


Simple vanilla cupcakes are taken up a notch, thanks to the addition of red and blue food coloring. To make these sweet treats as colorful as they are, take a standard vanilla cupcake batter and divide it into thirds. Color one section with blue food coloring, another with red, and leave the third one white. Simply swirl the batter together into the cupcake tins and voila! Patriotic goodies that are perfect for your next holiday barbecue.
Source Lauren’s Latest

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