Halloween Pumpkin Spice and Applesauce Cupcakes are a fun, seasonal dessert that your kids will not only have fun making, but eating too. The secret to the flavor in the cupcakes comes from the applesauce.
Soft, banana cupcakes are topped with a creamy Nutella frosting. Simple, sweet and satisfying.
Espresso and pumpkin spice come together in these cream cheese-topped cupcakes to taste like the best pumpkin spice latte, but in dessert form.
These red velvet cupcakes are light and fluffy with just enough cocoa. The combination of half butter and half oil helps keep them moist, yet flavorful.
Topped with a smooth marshmallow buttercream and rich ganache, these cozy, spiced chocolate cupcakes taste just like a cup of hot chocolate.
Looking for a different flavor to frost your Christmas cupcakes with? Try butterbeer frosting – butterscotch chips and cream soda. It’s next on the baking to-do list.
Summer and s’mores go hand in hand. It makes sense then, that there is a whole day devoted to them. These fun ways to eat s’mores aren’t just the ordinary.
Here’s how to make a soft, sweet strawberry cake with fresh berries in the batter and buttercream.
Fresh Watermelon Cupcakes are a perfectly cool & fun way to turn fruit into dessert!
Cinnamon cupcakes with a hidden surprise, a croissant center topped with a cinnamon cream cheese frosting. A delicious new snickerdoodle mashup.
Fluffy vanilla cupcakes are frosted with silky smooth strawberry swiss meringue buttercream for a delightful spring treat.
Most people may be getting ready for Cinco de Mayo celebrations on May 4th, but they’re missing out on the real party: Star Wars Day! Set aside an entire day for Star Wars themed costumes, food, drinks and marathoning those classic films all day long. May the 4th Be With You!
Rich dark chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, topped with melted dark chocolate and a miniature peanut butter buckeye.
Forgo the waiting in the cold by the bonfire for the sticky sweet treat. Keep warm inside and enjoy the classic favorite with a fall or winter twist.
Perhaps not as sexy as chocolate, but these cupcakes are delicious. They are moist, earthy and chock full of goodness to make you smile from the inside out.
The season of maple has arrived and that’s the only excuse you need to make these cupcakes. With our without bacon, maple cake is a treat for the season.
Coconut cream and pineapple turn this moist, vanilla cake into a piña colada extraordinaire.
The chocolate and espresso flavors from the stout beer pair perfectly with decadent chocolate cake and fudge frosting.
Nothing beats a perfectly baked red velvet cupcake topped with a mound of cream cheese icing. Nothing.
We’re talking chocolate cake, cookie dough center, vanilla bean frosting, and a teeny cookie garnish on top. Now that’s a dessert fantasy creation.
Tender vanilla-scented muffins are speckled with bright bits of ripe strawberry, and a surprise layer of cheesecakey yumminess.
Forget traditional cupcakes when there are 10 weird recipes to blow your mind.
Read through this whole recipe first, the candied bacon needs to be made ahead of time and many of the ingredients need to come to room temperature. But the finished product is well worth it.
Made with almond flour and eggs, and no refined sugar, these moist, spicy cupcakes keep you satisfied for a while without throwing you under a sugar roller coaster.
White chocolate in often under appreciated, if you’re a fan of the sweet stuff you’ll love these simple treats.
@LizzyPancakes takes over the Honest Cooking Instragram and fills our feed with drool-inducing beautiful decadence.
Halloween is just around the corner and this is the perfect time to start planning some Halloween treats. Try these “bloody” delicious Halloween cupcakes
These sweet, dense muffin-like treats are nothing like the flavorless, cardboard-y rice cakes found in grocery stores here in the States.
This recipe uses beets to bring color, sweetness and the moist texture to to the cupcakes.
Filled with spices and topped with a rich cream cheese and ricotta frosting, these cupcakes would be a great addition to a holiday party.
These unfussy cupcakes are based on the black and white cookies that are a New York City classic.
A classic flavor combo for when you need to celebrate someone special, or for when you just want some really good cupcakes.
These nearly butter-free cupcakes are light and airy with a subtle fruit flavor, perfect for savoring summer.
Contrary to their name, there is nothing nutty about coconuts – but they do make for delicious cupcakes nonetheless.
Tea infused carrot cupcakes? According to Maralyn Hill it is a sure winner.
Since it’s graduation times, consider making these awesome graduation cupcakes, courtesy of Michelle Keith.
This is a classic yellow cake recipe with just a little bit of cocoa powder and hazelnut extract added.
Enjoy these deligthful, simple to make cupcakes. Recipe courtesy of Hannah Messinger.
Nutella Brownies are brownies made from just 3 ingredients, Nutella, flour and eggs. They are soft and taste amazing with ice-cream.
These are very simple but very delicious. They’re best served warm with some powdered sugar on top.
Rich chocolate cupcakes filled with fluffy Nutella whipped cream and topped with Nutella Swiss Meringue buttercream.
Ice Cream Cupcakes with fresh Raspberries, vanilla bean ice cream, a rose water crust and…
Sarah Lambersky is surprised to find a contemporary cupcakery in the middle of the capital of the New Nordic Cuisine.
Everywhere, as we speak, bakers are dumping entire bottles of food dye into chocolate cake. Why? Marissa Sertich speculates.
Sometimes you you wonder if those favorite snacks as a kid are as good as you remembered. Let’s take a sugar-coated walk down Memory Lane.
Prohibition Bakery Brings Booze to the Battlefield of NYC’s Cupcake Wars.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. And when it doesn’t give you bergamot, make earl grey cupcakes.
This cupcake is sweet, tangy, and earthy. Because it’s egg-based, it is extremely moist and fluffy.
Laura Bednarski picks up a couple of pre-easter treats at her favorite local bakery.
Nothing in the world is wrong with brown butter cupcakes for breakfast on your birthday.
Kankana Saxena celebrates one year as a food blogger with some delicious espresso cupcakes.
Shuchi Mittal with another poetic creation. This time creamy strawberry yoghurt cupcakes.
A fluffy cake with ginger and white chocolate chips, filled with fresh peaches and topped with creme fraiche.
Though chocolate and avocado seem an unlikely pair, they make a surprisingly good match in this cake.
Still finding yourself in the city? Take a break, head for the park and pack Emiko Davies picnic cupcakes.
Sarah Kenney prepares some amazing sweet treats fit for all of the season’s rites of passages.
Kelsey Hilts decides to jump-start summer and make strawberry shortcake in the form of cupcakes.
A divine combination of white chocolate and raspberries wins Amrita Rawat over.
Kelsey Hilts continues to experiment with natural dyes, and today the turn has come to Cupcake frosting.
Cindy Wang discovers a Taipei wonderland of cupcakes and sweets that would have appealed to the Queen of France herself.