Sugar and Spice Cupcakes are perfect for any occasion. They are simple yet elegant at the same time. Vanilla pudding and sour cream give the cupcake an incredibly moist and luxurious texture while the pumpkin pie spice elevates it to a whole new level of tasty. They are topped with a vanilla spiced butter cream and then sprinkled with some coarse sprinkling sugar at the end for a glimmering glitzy look.
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This is the time of the year when pumpkins are out in force. Pumpkin rolls, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin pies, and of course, pumpkin lattes, take over the palettes of most people. These pumpkin spice cupcakes are no exception to the rule. They contain spice cake mix, vanilla pudding mix, pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice, among other things. In order to up the tastiness factor, don’t forget to top these off with some homemade cream cheese frosting. These treats will quickly become your favorite way to use pumpkin!
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Ever wish you could take that banana bread and turn it into a scrumptious, bite-sized but of heaven? Well now you can. Try baking one of these banana pecan spice mini cupcakes with white chocolate chips and cinnamon cream cheese frosting. Combining apple pie spices with the great flavor of banana has produced the perfect bite-sized treat. Easy to bake, these mouthwatering cupcakes will be sure to impress. You can sprinkle them with any colored confectioneries to suite your specific holiday or event needs.
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Turning chocolate cupcakes upside sounds messy at first. Of course, once you realize that the frosting is added after they are turned upside down, that worry quickly goes away. These chocolate spice cupcakes get their flavor from cocoa powder, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and molasses. After they are baked, cooled and turned upside down, liquid-y chocolate ganache is drizzled on top. Sprinkle on some candied ginger for extra flavor and then serve!
Nothing says autumn like pumpking spice cupcakes with maple cream cheese frosting, although technically, these can be served any time of the year, thanks to the radical (said semi-sarcastically) invention of canned pumpkin. Combine said pumpking with a whole fleet of spices, including cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves and a dash of maple syrup, along with standard cupcake ingredients. After baking, top these beauties with homemade maple cream cheese frosting. Yum.
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If you’re in the mood for a rich and flavorful cupcake, look no further than these apple pie spice ones. Consisting of a combination of apple pie filling, spice cake, cream cheese frosting and streusel topping, how can you resist? Making them isn’t as complicated as it sounds, and the trick to make them extra-tasty lies in baking the pie filling first, then hollowing out the main spice cakes once they are removed from the oven. After that, it’s just a matter of assembly.
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via and recipe available at Cooking Classy