Vegans, here is the most yummy recipe for you. These peanut butter chocolate chip cupcakes are absolutely divine for nibbling anytime of the day or evening. The chopped roasted peanuts combined with cool chocolate chunks in the mix makes them superb cupcakes for the entire family to gobble and enjoy. As if this isn’t enough, the vegan chocolate frosting really gives them the final touch. These are really pure ecstasy
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Some food combinations go together well, and then there are those that go way beyond that, and enter levels of greatness. These peanut butter Oreo cupcakes, for example, are destined for greatness. They are made from chocolate cupcake batter (flavored with brewed coffee, espresso powder, dark cocoa powder, sour cream and finely crushed peanut butter Oreo cookies), peanut butter buttercream frosting, and topped with a chunk of a peanut butter Oreo cookie. The best part? You can eat more than one!
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The best thing about Halloween (besides the candy) is the creative cupcakes and other treats! These mini cupcakes are chocolate, made using Martha Stewart’s One Bowl cupcake recipe. Once they’re baked, the fun really begins. All that you need to turn these normal cupcakes into tiny mutant spiders is some black sanding sugar, cinnamon candy, marshmallows and black licorice, and a little imagination, of course. Who can resist eating a tiny, creepy spider?
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Lemon cheesecake with a vanilla wafer cookie crust combine with strawberry sauce to create a truly unforgettable cupcake. The bottom crust is made of crumbled up vanilla wafer cookies, melted butter and granulated sugar. The cheesecake innards consist of cream cheese, lemon zest, lemon juice and lemon extract, along with some vanilla extract and other ingredients. Once these have baked, they are topped with homemade strawberry sauce. The results are sweet, tangy, and extremely tasty.
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It’s amazing what you can do with a little creativity. These baseball cap cupcakes are easy to create, and only require a little “elbow grease.” You can even use store bought cupcakes if time is a factor, although homemade ones work just as well. Some oblong-shaped cookies, colorful frosting, food coloring (to tint the frosting the right colors in order to represent your favorite team) and a thin frosting tip for the detail work are all that you need!
Now this is a cupcake with a difference. A doughnut placed in the bottom of a cupcake liner with coffee cupcake batter completely covering it, and, when the coffee and doughnut cupcake comes out of the oven – hey presto! Things have taken a turnabout; the doughnut has floated to the top of the batter. With a frosting of swirled whipped cream, this becomes a decadent coffee doughnut cupcake, which is so delicious, you can’t settle for gobbling only one of them, you just have to have another, or even more.
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Lemon cupcakes with whipped lemon cream are a refreshing treat perfect for the spring and summer time. These delicious morsels are a taste bud tingling mixture of sweet and tart. A vanilla based cake is first infused with lemon zest and then injected with lemon syrup, before being coated with a light and fluffy lemon flavored whipped cream. These cupcakes are full of big and bold flavors perfect to match a bright and bold summer day!
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Ricotta cheese is not something that usually goes into cupcakes. But, since it is a sweeter cheese (as compared to, say, provolone) it works well in desserts. These ricotta pound cake cupcakes have the cheese in both the batter and the frosting. The batter is also flavored by almond extract and sugar. There is no milk, since the cheese takes the place of it. The frosting is a simple mixture of ricotta cheese, butter, sugar and orange zest – the perfect complement to these unique cupcakes!
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