Apple Tree Cupcakes

Apple Tree Cupcakes

These are the cutest fall apple tree cupcakes! These apple tree cupcakes start with an apple spice cake cupcake – and get jazzed up with buttercream and the apple tree pops.

If you’re already tired of pumpkin (we get it), these apple spice cupcakes are the perfect taste of fall with a heavy dose of adorable to entice kids and adults alike!

Source: The First Year

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Candy Apple Cupcakes

Candy Apple Cupcakes

Halloween is well-known for many things, most notably candy and costumes, but one tradition that seems to have slipped from popularity a bit is the candy apple!

This candy apple cupcake recipe is a much less messy, easier on teeth, option for bringing back the glorious fall tradition that is the candy apple. We’d even say try your hand at adding some chopped nuts or sprinkles to the top!

Source: The Scran Line

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Vampire Kiss Cupcakes

Vampire Kiss Cupcakes

Friday the 13th is pretty rare, and Friday, October 13 is even more so! We’re celebrating this “unlucky” day with some spooky dark cupcakes featuring fake blood clots.

Start with black velvet cupcakes, filled with a yummy and simultaneously gross blood cot concoction, then top with black buttercream frosting and a glamorous black mirror glaze for Friday the 13th worthy treats!

Source: The Scran Line

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Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes

Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes

Pumpkin cupcakes are filled with a cheesecake center, and then decorated as spiders for this perfect Halloween dessert. These Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes are scarily delicious!!

Most kids aren’t into spiders, even during Halloween, but these scrumptious chocolate spiders may turn their views around! Start with a pumpkin cupcake, get a little creative with the frosting and watch party-goers gobble them up!

Source: Taste and Tell

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Bloody Brain Cupcakes

Bloody Brain Cupcakes

It’s officially October. You know what that means: Halloween cupcakes! First up: bloody brains in baked good form.

These cupcakes are the perfect dessert for a spooky Halloween party or just for feeding fans of the Walking Dead. They’re pink cupcakes decorated with pink frosting “brains” and filled with just the right amount of oozy filling to make these truly creepy, as well as surprisingly delicious.

Source: Baking Bites

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Apple Cupcakes for Fall

Apple Cupcakes for Fall

Fall bring apples which can be baked, grated, juiced and chopped any which way from Sunday. This beautifully versatile fruit lends itself to pies, fritters, cider, cakes and cupcakes just like these.

 The cupcake is incredibly moist because because of grated apple added at the end. When the apple bakes it almost disappears leaving a soft, crumbly cupcake. Cinnamon plays a big part in this recipe as a lot of people equate it with Fall and the holiday Season. It’s the perfect bite to get you in the mood for Autumn.

Source: Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking

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Under the Sea Cupcakes

Under the Sea Cupcakes

We’re almost done with ocean season, but that doesn’t mean the festive cupcakes have to end. In fact, these Under the Sea theme cupcakes are perfect for a variety of occasions, from birthday parties to baby showers and end-of-summer swimming parties…the list goes on!

The cupcake recipe here is basic, but the frosting is the fun part. Get out food coloring and grab some sour straws and Swedish fish, because what’s the sea without seaweed and swimmers?

Source: Tide & Thyme

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Fourth of July Cupcakes

Fourth of July Cupcakes

A dessert doesn’t have to be red, white and blue to be appropriate for a 4th of July celebration, but it certainly doesn’t hurt, especially when topped with berries and cream cheese frosting.

If you’re still wondering what to make for tomorrow’s festivities, these easy cupcakes will certainly do the trick. A basic vanilla recipe does the trick with a few drops of food coloring and some blueberries and / or strawberries. Festive and healthy? Yes, please!

Source: Baking Bites

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4th of July Red Velvet Mini Cupcakes with Extra Vanilla-y Buttercream

4th of July Red Velvet Mini Cupcakes with Extra Vanilla-y Buttercream

Now that summer is in full swing, Independence Day is just around the corner, and nothing says “celebrate” like cupcakes. If you’re like us, sometimes a full cupcake in summer heat can be a little much, which is what makes these mini versions absolutely perfect.

Not only are these little goodies the perfect size for snacking, they’re also red, white and blue in American tradition and topped with an extra oomph of vanilla. They’ll be the stars of the show!

Source: Cup of Sugar :: Pinch of Salt

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One Bowl Red Velvet Cupcakes

One Bowl Red Velvet Cupcakes

If you like red velvet, you’re going to LOVE these supremely moist red velvet cupcakes topped with luscious cream cheese frosting.

These stunning, bakery-style red velvet cupcakes are made in just one bowl, topped with fluffy cream cheese frosting, super easy, outrageously delicious, decadent and sweet, slightly chocolatey, VERY red, velvety soft and perfect for any day, really!

Source: Baker by Nature

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