Caramelized Pineapple, Ginger and Sour Cream Cupcakes

Caramelized Pineapple, Ginger and Sour Cream Cupcakes

Sometimes it’s the strangest combinations that make the best flavors, and these cupcakes might make that list. Pineapple, ginger and sour cream come together to make quite a sweet treat you may not have expected.

These cupcakes are rich with vanilla, topped with slices of sticky caramelized pineapple and a not-too-sweet frosting – a combination of double and sour cream, with the juice of some freshly grated ginger. Just try it.

Source: The Little Loaf

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Drumstick Cupcakes

Drumstick Cupcakes

Reminiscent of a favorite ice cream treat, these tasty Drumstick Cupcakes start with a vanilla bean cupcake topped with vanilla buttercream, a silky chocolate sauce and then chopped peanuts. Ice cream cone pieces make the cupcake complete!

Perfectly moist vanilla cupcakes, flecked with real vanilla bean. Light, buttery vanilla buttercream. Rich chocolate ganache. Salty chopped peanuts. And then you throw some ice cream cone pieces on top to give it the full effect.

Source: Taste and Tell

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love a good PB&J? Or a good cupcake? What about an amazing combination of the two?

These cupcakes are just as basic, simple and delicious as everyone’s favorite childhood sandwich. Start with a vanilla cupcake, fill it with jelly, top it with peanut butter buttercream and enjoy the fact that you can eat cupcakes whenever you want…because you’re grown.

Source: 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Salted Caramel PayDay Cupcakes

Salted Caramel PayDay Cupcakes

Is there anything better than payday? Probably not, but PayDay candy bars aren’t so shabby either, and these cupcakes make the absolute best of that caramel peanut flavor.

These cupcakes are as easy as they come – basic vanilla cakes topped with scrumptious caramel frosting, caramel drizzle and salted peanuts. Go ahead, you deserve it.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Vanilla Cupcakes with Nutella Frosting

Vanilla Cupcakes with Nutella Frosting

A rich vanilla bean cupcake topped with whipped Nutella buttercream is a classic recipe everyone should have in their arsenal. A nutty addition to airy vanilla goodness.

These cupcakes are exactly that. Starting with the vanilla bean cupcakes. They are soft, moist, light and airy with hints of nutty almonds and rich vanilla flavor thanks to the vanilla bean paste.

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Boston Cream Cupcakes

Boston Cream Cupcakes

These buttery vanilla cupcakes are filled with pastry cream and topped with chocolate ganache. If you love the flavors of Boston cream, you’ll love these Boston cream cupcakes!

These cupcakes start with a fabulous, buttery vanilla cake recipe, then hollowed out and filled to the brim with pastry cream and smothered in a chocolate ganache glaze.

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Unicorn Cupcakes

Unicorn Cupcakes

Indulge in the unicorn craze and try these stunning cupcakes made with maraschino cherries and almond flavoring. Take a ride on the wild side and try your hand at this beautiful multi color frosting topped with nuts and pastel sprinkles.

These can be made for a bridal shower, a birthday party and even a baby shower.  They are also perfect to make for a summer party or girls night in.

Source: Swanky Recipes

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Chocolate Seashell Cupcakes

Chocolate Seashell Cupcakes

Not much says summer more than seashells and sand.  In this case, the ‘sand’ is brown sugar and the ‘shells’ made of white and milk chocolate.

Vanilla cupcakes covered in light blue vanilla buttercream and topped with homemade white and milk chocolate sea shells. Seems like a much sweeter way to collect shells than any we’ve seen!

Source: Sweetopia

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M&M Cupcakes

M&M Cupcakes

Loaded M&M cupcakes! Moist vanilla cupcakes with mini M&Ms in the batter, topped with vanilla buttercream and more mini M&Ms!

When it comes to adding candy to desserts, it doesn’t get much better than M&Ms, which is why these cupcakes are a guaranteed hit. Toss a handful in the batter and on top of the frosting, and you’ve got a perfect treat for that sweet tooth.

Source: The First Year

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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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