It can be tough to find gluten free cupcakes that have a summery feel to them. However, your search is over with this recipe for blackberry cupcakes. The flour substitutes are brown rice flour, millet flour and potato starch. And, of course, standard cupcake ingredients like sugar, butter, yogurt and baking powder. The blackberry flavor comes from fresh, pureed blackberries. They appear in the buttercream frosting as well, giving these treats an extra dimension of sweet goodness!
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These key lime cheesecake cupcakes will surely make cheesecake lovers drool. The combination of lime and cheesecake will make your heart melt because of its sweet citrus taste. The cupcake is made of lemon cake and gelatin that is flavored with lime. The frosting comes with a twist because besides the usual cream cheese. Besides that, there is also a yogurt filling in these delicious cupcakes. For the final touch, peelings of lime are also included for garnishing.
These Vanilla White Cupcakes are a wonderfully rich homemade vanilla cupcake with homemade vanilla buttercream frosting. The white on white creates a beautiful scene especially when adorned with silver or pearl sprinkles or candied gems. The vanilla flavor is complimentary to any dinner or celebration and the snowy appearance adds grace and elegance to any party or gathering whether it is winter related or simply a sophisticated black tie event.
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Take simple vanilla cupcakes to a whole new level with these adorable Rise of the Guardians movie-themed treats. The batter consists of standard ingredients like butter, sugar, flour, salt and vanilla, which complement the marshmallow fluff based filling perfectly. To tie these goodies in with the movie, choose the color that “fills you” and use a drop of gel color to dye the filling that particular shade. Top with white fondant, spun sugar and fondant elf to make these fit in with the Rise of Guardians!
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For a fun birthday party treat, there is nothing better than these “fun”-fetti yogurt cupcakes and matching buttercream frosting. The batter is a straightforward vanilla, consisting of butter, sugar, eggs, fat-free Greek yogurt, vanilla, flour and funfetti sprinkles (although you can add chocolate chips if funfetti isn’t your style.) There is even more fun to be had with the frosting — a simple buttercream (butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract and heavy cream) with more funfetti sprinkles on top! These really bring a smile to your face!
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What is unusual about these dark chocolate ganache strawberry yogurt cupcakes? They don’t contain flour! Yes, the batter is made from yogurt, sugar, eggs, oil, baking powder, salt and vanilla extract. The resulting cupcakes are slightly heavier and thicker than the standard flour-filled treats, but they are slightly more good for you – until, that is, you add the frosting. A dark chocolate ganache and some sliced strawberries add just the right touch of sweetness.
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Chocolate brownies cupcakes, dubbed the “chocoholic” are just the right treat for those gloomy days — or any day really, when you’re a chocoholic. The rich, thick brownie-like batter is made from cocoa powder, flour, vanilla non-dairy yogurt, applesauce, coconut oil, milk and a few other “classic” ingredients. Top them with the frosting of your choice, whether it be chocolate based, or the suggested cashew butter frosting — just what you need to start any party off right!
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Lemon Yogurt Cupcakes with Blueberry Cream Cheese Frosting are zesty sweet fruity goodness. These cupcakes are a refreshing pick-me-up in a hectic afternoon with a cup of tea, or after dinner with a cold glass of milk. They are the perfect quick dessert on a school night or dressed up for a Saturday afternoon party. No matter how you serve these moist cupcake treats, they are sure to be a hit.
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