There’s never a wrong time for a delicious dessert. These Champagne Cupcakes are just the thing to serve at your next get together. Fluffy champagne flavored cupcakes are topped with a rich, thick swirl or champagne infused buttercream. It’s a treat fit for any special occasion, one fit for kids & adults alike!
Chocolate cupcakes are topped with red tinted, homemade butter cream frosting. With a black frosted belt, a yellow fondant buckle, and two mini chocolate chip buttons- these Santa Belt Cupcakes are the most adorable Christmas-themed dessert to celebrate any occasion with.
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These easy snowman cupcakes are the perfect treat to turn into a family project this holiday season. Even the littlest members of the family will enjoy decorating these yummy vanilla cupcakes and taking them from plain cupcakes to full of festive fun. These snowman cupcakes turn box cupcakes into special seasonal treats, great for any holiday party, gathering or even a holiday bake sale.
A good cupcake recipe is a must have. Kick the box mix to the curb, and make an adult version of the favorite dessert with these Boozy Chocolate Coffee Cupcakes with Oreo Cookie Buttercream. Chocolate, vanilla liqueur & coffee infused cupcakes are topped with an Oreo cookie and cream butter cream frosting. It’s the perfect adult flavored dessert.
When it comes to Cupcakes these Salted Margarita Cupcakes with Tequila combined the best of both worlds, booze and baking!
I can’t believe that Spring is in full swing! Makes me get super excited for Summer. This warm weather makes me want all the cool drinks and desserts, and that starts with these Salted Margarita Cupcakes! Read more
A velvety cupcake topped with a rich and creamy buttercream frosting is always a treat. These Dark Chocolate Cupcakes with Red Wine Buttercream are the perfect something sweet for sharing with someone special in your life.
Warm, cozy cranberry eggnog flavored cupcakes are topped with a light and fluffy spiced white chocolate buttercream. With a little bit of magic in every bite– these Cranberry Eggnog Cupcakes with Spiced White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting are a perfect way to savor the season of Christmas with every bite.
Despite the detailed name, these Apple Butter Cupcakes With Cinnamon Apple Cream Cheese Frosting are surprisingly simple to whip up. Soft & moist apple butter flavored cupcakes are topped with a fluffy, whipped cinnamon apple cream cheese frosting. It’s the perfect cupcake for Fall.
Sons 1 & 3 have birthdays within a week of each other. Since the dates are so close together they typically have a combined celebration where all of their family and friends can get together at once. We almost always do a cake and coordinating cupcakes. This year, they opted for a combination of comic books (Son # 1 collects them) and some of their favorite Super Heroes (is any boy ever too old for them?). These were the results and they thought they were absolutely fantastic!
Comic Book Birthday
Holy Cupcakes, Batman! I loved, as did Sons 1 & 3, how these turned out! They were a huge hit. The cupcake toppers are from 3 separate printables. The first one, representing some of the boys favorite iconic comic book superheros was from Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss. Batman was present, but isn’t pictured. The Happy Birthday, Bang, Pow, and blank printables I found at Let’s Panic. Finally, the smaller ‘Boom’ & ‘Pow’ came from Simply Designing with Ashley. I just cut out the printed images and hot glued them to lollipop sticks. Last minute I decided to add some Pop Rocks as ‘sprinkles’ so the cupcakes matched their comic book captions.
A few months ago I had found Thor’s hammer on clearance at Target for less than $5. I purchased it immediately with this cake in mind. I used chocolate frosting to cover the cake. I gently pressed the hammer into the cake at an angle creating an indention. I removed the hammer and had my husband cut a rectangle into the indention, in the center, where the hammer would rest to make it stable and ensure it would remain upright. I then stuck the hammer on top and sprinkled crushed oreos around for ‘dirt’.
While the older boys wanted things kept simple party-wise, both loved their cake and cupcakes. Seeing their eyes widen when I presented them with their birthday treats made me feel pretty darn ‘super’ myself. They can just call me Wonder Woman. Just Kidding.