Snowball Cupcakes

Snowball Cupcakes

These frosty treats are flavoured with a rather tropical ingredient… coconut! It resembles snow perfectly so it had to be part of these Snowball Cupcakes. As did marshmallow fluff, which is a yummy American gooey marshmallow spread that you’ll find in the centre of the cupcakes.

Making the snowflake shapes was so easy too with the help of a fondant cutter. The Snowball Cupcakes would also be great for a Disney’s Frozen themed party!

Source: The Baking Explorer

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Sparkling Cranberry White Chocolate Cupcakes

Sparkling Cranberry White Chocolate Cupcakes

If you’re looking for a wonderfully festive dessert for this holiday season, keep the cranberry love going with these cupcakes!

Simple white vanilla cake filled with a white chocolate ganache is topped with frosting is made from a fresh cranberry puree, and the finished product is topped with gorgeous, sparkling sugared cranberries. Totally worthy of your holiday dessert table!

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Pillsbury Frosted Christmas Cupcakes

Pillsbury Frosted Christmas Cupcakes

These fun Christmas Cupcakes are a must make for the holidays. Baking the perfect Christmas themed cupcakes has never been easier!

Thick, moist vanilla cupcakes, thanks to sour cream and egg whites, are filled with seasonally colored M&M candies and topped with Holiday Rice Krispies. The best part? These babies only take about half an hour to make, plus topping time. Easy as cupcakes!

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Christmas Tree Confetti Cupcakes

Christmas Tree Confetti Cupcakes

There’s no reason gingerbread and peppermint should get the limelight during the holiday season. These confetti cupcakes are topped with another favorite Christmas symbol – the tree.

With a base of homemade confetti cupcakes and a healthy helping of Cool Whip frosting, these tiny trees come together in a perfect combination of flavor and Christmas spirit.

Source: Shugary Sweets

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Cupcake Christmas Wreath

Cupcake Christmas Wreath

This Holiday Party Dessert will blow away your friends and family. What is it? It’s simply a whole mess of cupcakes, buttercream frosting and some creativity.

If you are looking for help in the kitchen, this dessert is perfect for little hands to assist. Cupcakes and frosting are very kid friendly ingredients. Best of all, any little frosting mishaps can be fixed, or just be part of the wreath’s charm. No matter what, you will be the talk of your Holiday party with this simple, yet impressive dessert.

Source: Bigger Bolder Baking

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Crème Brûlée Cupcakes

Crème Brûlée Cupcakes

There’s nothing wrong with bringing a classic to the table, but there’s also nothing wrong with adding a little fire to your dessert. These crème brûlée cupcakes are a scrumptious combination of basic vanilla meets something a little more fancy.

These cupcakes are certainly good enough sans frosting – think traditional vanilla with vanilla bean powder. But why stop at good enough, when you can have spectacular? Get out that kitchen torch and prepare for elegance.

Source: Call Me Cupcake

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Gingersnap Cupcakes

Gingersnap Cupcakes

Gingersnaps are known as spicy, crispy cookies. In some iterations, the “snappiness” of the cookie comes only from its texture, while in others, generous spicing is what makes them “snap.” These cupcakes follow the second standard.

Baked with a generous amount of ginger, cinnamon, ground black pepper and even some cloves, these cupcakes are gingersnaps in cupcake form. Top them with cream cheese frosting, and you’ll never want the cookie version again.

Source: Baking Bites

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Chocolate Halloween Cupcakes

Chocolate Halloween Cupcakes

Easy chocolate Halloween cupcakes that are festive and simple to pull together with my one-bowl chocolate cupcake recipe!

These cupcakes are moist, delicious and perfect for Halloween themed parties. If you are looking for an easy treat for the kids or even adults while you celebrate, try these chocolate Halloween cupcakes!

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Candy Corn Cupcakes

Candy Corn Cupcakes

These Candy Corn Cupcakes are candy corn in cupcake format. They’re orange and yellow miniature cupcakes (because candy corn are so small!) with a point of white icing on the top to give them that signature candy corn shape.

They taste like regular vanilla cupcakes instead of candy corn, so everyone can enjoy them even if they don’t like the candies that inspired them, but definitely capture the colors of the season.

Source: Baking Bites

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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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