Gluten Free Quinoa Cupcakes


What makes gluten free cupcakes so different is their lack of standard flour. However, they still need something to hold them together and make them “cake-like.” In this cupcake recipe, the flour substitutes of choice are rice flour and quinoa. They also contain layer of spiced apples (made from scratch by apples, rum, water, sugar and cinnamon) as well as eggs, butter and more sugar. After baking, top them with a penuche frosting and then serve!
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Tiramisu Cupcakes


Tiramisu is a classic dessert that is best served cold. These Tiramisu cupcakes are, like the original, made up of layers of ladyfingers soaked in a blend of coffee and rum, which makes them for adults only. To make them as authentic as possible, follow this recipe and pre-bake your ladyfingers in cupcake wrappers before soaking them, topping them with the fluffy layers of marscapone cheese, whipped cream and other goodies, and then refrigerate before serving.
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Piņa Colada Cupcakes


Whether you want to properly celebrate National Rum Day, or simply want an adults-only treat to serve at your next BBQ or party, look no further than these Pina Colada Cupcakes. The batter includes some unique ingredients like cream of coconut, fresh pineapple (chopped, of course) and rum, along with the more traditional flour, butter and brown sugar. Adding to theme is the coconut cream cheese frosting, as well as a few goodies to top these cupcakes off with, like toasted coconut, maraschino cherries and even small wedges of pineapple.
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Eggnog Cupcakes


Nothing personifies the holiday season quite like eggnog! These tasty treats twist the classic drink into a delicious, edible adults-only cupcake. The cream cheese frosting (made from cream cheese, butter, rum, eggnog and sugar) top off the eggnog flavored cupcakes perfectly. To add a little extra “kick” don’t forget to fill the cupcakes; the version used in this recipe is made of fresh vanilla pudding, milk and more rum extract. These are sure to be a hit at your next holiday get together!
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Bananas Foster Cupcakes


Few desserts can claim to be a purely American invention, and Bananas Foster is one of them. Although the traditional dessert is made from bananas and vanilla ice cream, coated in a sauce made from rum, banana liquor, cinnamon and few other ingredients, this cupcake version only has rum in the meringue frosting. The banana cupcake base and banana chip adorning the top of the frosting are what make this tasty treat similar to its namesake.
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Eggnog Cupcakes with Spiced Rum


Eggnog Cupcakes with Spiced Rum Buttercream are a fantastic cupcake to serve at any holiday function. The seasonal flavor is a winter favorite and whether you use all the ingredients, or take out the rum for a non-alcoholic version, the flavor is still amazing. If you decide you like the texture and flavor without the seasonal flair, you can take out the eggnog in the batter as well. The recipe is easily adaptable and perfect for any time of year.
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Eggnog Cupcakes with Spiced Rum


Eggnog Cupcakes with Spiced Rum Buttercream are a fantastic cupcake to serve at any holiday function. The seasonal flavor is a winter favorite and whether you use all the ingredients, or take out the rum for a non-alcoholic version, the flavor is still amazing. If you decide you like the texture and flavor without the seasonal flair, you can take out the eggnog in the batter as well. The recipe is easily adaptable and perfect for any time of year.
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Dark and Stormy Cupcakes


The Dark and Stormy Cupcake is a sweet twist on the cocktail by the same name and this made-from-scratch treat is sure to be as big a hit as its namesake at your next party. The cream cheese frosting is rich and decadent with enough rum added for a robust flavor, but not so much that you need a designated driver. Embellished with crystallized ginger, the mild but distinctive flavor perfectly complements the moist cupcake and creamy frosting.
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