Shamrock Shake Cupcakes

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

These Shamrock Shake Cupcakes are inspired by the seasonal shakes and are a fun dessert to serve up around St Patrick’s Day.

The cupcakes are buttermilk cupcakes flavored with vanilla and peppermint extracts, then dyed with green food coloring. I used lightly sweetened whipped cream instead of regular frosting as a nod to the real milkshakes. Whipped cream is light and contrasts well with the cupcakes. Add a few green sprinkles and a short straw before serving, then enjoy!

Source: Baking Bites

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Cornmeal Cupcakes with Orange Flavor and Grand Marnier Whipped Cream

These cornmeal cupcakes with orange flavor and grand Marnier whipped cream are set to put the crunch back into crunchy cupcakes. And though your grandma might be more predisposed to the robustness of this tasty tidbit because of the coarse blue cornmeal, you most probably wont escape early addiction eitherfor this. The entire experience smacks of wholesome home cooking and good times when good times really were still good times.
Source Cupcake Project

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Almond Amaretto Cupcakes with Amaretto Whipped Cream

Tantalize your taste buds with these gorgeously gooey cupcakes. Almond Amaretto cupcakes are both irresistible and also gluten free! Consisting of a blend of almond meal, unsalted butter, amaretto, and a touch of vanilla extract, makes these ingredients deliciously tempting to try. Then, the topping of sliced almonds that resemble flower petals and decadent cream whipped with some more amaretto, is really inviting and a wow of a cupcake. Almond amaretto cupcakes are the perfect accompaniment for party dishes, or else to simply enjoy at any time.
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Sorghum Cupcakes with Orange Whiskey Whipped Cream is a cupcake based on a cake recipe from the 1800s. The flavor of sorghum is similar to that of molasses but without the aftertaste. While still a dessert, the flavor is less sweet and richer. This becomes less of a cupcake and more of a sophisticated dessert when it is frosted with an innovative new icing which is made with heavy whipping cream infused with orange zest and whiskey.
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Root Beer Float Cupcakes

Root Beer Float Cupcakes are cute little imitations of the popular ice cream desserts. These are cupcakes that are made with root beer in the mix. It is a very subtly flavored cupcake that is easily made more pronounced by substituting Root Beer Schnapps for the root beer. The float similarity continues with a small scoop of ice cream surrounded by whipped cream and topped with a maraschino cherry garnish.
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Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes in a Jar

Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes in a Jar

via Smoores Delights

The process in the cooks own words…

I made a chocolate fudge cake and then made them into cupcakes. I didn’t use a cupcake liner, just sprayed the pan with Pam and let the cakes cook.

Get an 8oz. canning jar. Place one cupcake in the bottom.

I made oreo fluff with oreo pudding mix and whipped cream. I piped in enough fluff to cover the cupcake. I got another cupcake, sliced the top off and placed the cake on top of the fluff.

There was just enough room to top with my favorite mocha butter cream frosting.

Place the lid on and screw it shut. I have them in the freezer to use at a later date.

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