Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Butterscotch Dip Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love butterscotch? Who doesn’t love cupcakes? Since the answer to both questions is a resounding, “No one,” this is a combo you’ll want to make in large batches. The cake portion, vanilla with a hint of sour cream, is light and fluffy, the perfect companion for marshmallow frosting and a butterscotch shell. The most fun part? These cupcakes are dipped, just like your favorite Dairy Queen cones. Grab some baking gear, set aside just over an hour, and get cooking!

Source: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

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Angel Food Cupcakes with Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting

Angel Food Cupcakes with Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting

Angel Food Cake is a great light cake that is enjoyed by many. When you take this favorite cake and turn it into a cupcake, you’ve just added extra quality to an already wonderful treat. Now top this with a stabilized whipped cream frosting and you’ll think you’re in dessert heaven. And you may actually be! Light and airy, these cupcakes won’t make you feel stuffed full, even if you indulge in two or maybe even three.

Source: Baked by Rachel

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Slasher Movie Cupcakes

Slasher Movie Cupcakes

It’s hard to argue that slasher movies are great occasions for popcorn, but this little cake in a cup might give that idea a run for its money. This goolish, haunting cupcake makes a GREAT treat for Halloween and will spook up any party without creeping out your guests (hopefully). With a little detail, a fork, and some red food coloring, you can make these already-tasty cupcakes the stars of your party. Paired with a (hopefully fake) knife and some other wonderful treats, these make a great choice for just about any event this eventful candy season.

Source: Baking Bites

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Elegant White Cupcakes

Elegant White Cupcakes

Are you ready for, say, the best wedding ever? You know what makes a wedding “the best wedding ever?” Beautiful cupcakes, of course. No, not the guests, or the bride, or the matching ties on the groomsmen, but delicious, difficult-to-resist fluffy goodness in the form of a small cake in a cup. These vanilla cupcakes, paired with some really simple (but gorgeous) frosting techniques, will wow all of your guests into ignoring any of that crazy last-minute stuff you forgot. Say “I Do!” today and make a batch!

Source: I am Baker.

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Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes

Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes

If you’re just not sure what taste to provide for your guests (or yourself on a Monday) when it comes to a light sweet, a plain, but perfect, vanilla cupcake will be wonderfully received. Take a few extra moments to give the batter some extra care and make these cupcakes exceptional. The secret? Creaming the butter and the sugar. As an added tip, don’t forget that room temperature eggs make for a better cupcake!

Source: What Jessica Baked Next…

 

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Vanilla Cupcakes with Strawberry Buttercream

Vanilla Cupcakes with Strawberry Buttercream

Whenever in doubt about what to make, a vanilla cupcake comes to the rescue as the perfect dessert. What makes it even better? Combining it with strawberry and buttercream. When you’re looking for something tasty but not overly sweet, this is the best selection. The vanilla is simple, but yummy, the strawberry gives it that extra pizzazz, and the buttercream will melt in your mouth. What more do you need from one cupcake?

Source: What Jessica Baked Next…

 

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Italian Cream Cupcakes

Italian Cream Cupcakes

If you’re looking for a decadent, sweet, classy treat, you’ve come to the right place! Italian Cream Cupcakes are not only all of the above, they’re deliciously sinful. Topped with a cherry and the right frosting, they’re impossible to stop eating. One won’t be enough, two won’t be enough…maybe three, but that’s pushing it. I bet you’ll want at least four of these delicious buttermilk-infused treats. Eat another for me! Check ’em out.

Source: Cooking Classy

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VANILLA CUPCAKES


a. Simple yet elegant and tasty, vanilla cupcakes are timeless treat. These delicious vanilla cupcakes are topped with rich and creamy, colored butter cream frosting for that melt in your mouth texture. A light sprinkling of metallic dressage gives these cupcakes a casual but classy look. These are great for any occasion and, because of the basic look and ingredients, you have the freedom to make the butter cream frosting suite any of your needs.
Source Martha Stewart

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Vanilla Cupcakes With Chocolate


Sure, you can add sprinkles to a vanilla cupcake mix (this turns them into Funfetti cupcakes) or chocolate chips (which makes them chocolate chip cupcakes), but crushed up chocolate? Yes, it is possible – if you follow this recipe. Rather than adding cocoa powder to the mix, the crushed up chocolate remains suspended in the batter, turning these treats into vanilla cupcakes with chocolate, hence the name. Top off with some buttercream frosting and few sprinkles before serving them!
Source Bite Delight

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Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes


A perfect, classic vanilla cupcake is something worth snacking on. This particular recipe for them “take the cake” – pun fully intended. The batter consists of classic ingredients like flour, vanilla extract, buttermilk, eggs, sugar, salt, butter and baking powder. After they’ve baked, top them with some homemade vanilla buttercream frosting, and a sprinkle or two. Or, if you’re feeling daring, add on some fresh fruit, a few gummy candies, or anything else that strikes your fancy!
Source Tide and Thyme

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