Winter is here and there’s no worry about melting snowman yet, unless of course you make the clever little melting snowmen cupcakes. These adorable treats are made of prepared cupcakes with white frosting, covered in coconut flakes and accented finally with the cutest little white chocolate melted snowmen. The face and arms are drawn with edible ink to give this melting friend personality. Colored scarfs of the candy variety further personalize them.
Source Death By Cupcake
The Sweet Skier Cupcakes feature a prepared cupcake of any flavor with white buttercream frosting dusted with edible glitter to resemble snow and embellished with an edible skier. The sweet little skier is comprised of assorted candies like gum drops, jelly beans, mini Kit-Kats, and colored Twizzlers. These are used to assemble your skier and the candies can be chosen according to the colors you need to complement your décor.
Source Hoosier Homemade
Turn your chocolate cupcakes into something festive thanks to this recipe. These chocolate cupcakes with peppermint cream cheese filling and buttercream icing shout “winter!” and are very hard to resist. The trick to making them holiday-ish lies in the peppermint cream cheese filling — simply take cream cheese, an egg, sugar, vanilla, salt, crushed candy canes and mini chocolate chips and mix them together. Add some more crushed candy cane to the top of each cupcake after layering it with buttercream icing, and enjoy!
Source The Café Sucré Farine
It isn’t too late for cupcakes with Peanut Butter Cup trees, I promise. In fact, if you add some white royal icing on the tips of the “tree limbs” you could get away with this deliciousness all through winter! Imagine the possibilities for winter tree cupcakes for your office party in January, with the branches covered in white sugar crystals to simulate snow or even in March with green icing and just a smattering of sugar crystals indicating the end of winter and the beginning of spring. The possibilities abound in decoration and flavor options.
Source Sweet Simple Stuff
via and recipe available at Spoon Fork Bacon
via Carola Damen at Carola bakt Zoethoudertjes
Brown sugar cupcakes with a bourbon pecan filling topped with a whiskey vanilla bean buttercream via The Cupcaketologist
via Sweet Pea Bakery
via Frances Ong at Frosted Dreams