these are the a different muffin that will be loved by kids and adults alike. i got the recipe from kraft.
these little gems look like a bite of chocolate heaven - even to me!! i know they will satisfy my little guy - who is on an anti-veggie kick at the moment. makes me think of the decadent chocolate frosted cake from school daze that had beets in it - eve
this cake comes out so moist and dense, you won't believe it! the combinations are endless, just use your imagination. thanks for the recipe mrs. kathleen!
this is an altered recipe (banana and peach cake) that i need to try out.
from rachel ray magazine.
these are so moist, chewy, and delicious. plus, you can make them so easily. not to mention, it's vegan.
a moist, chocolatey cake that just takes a few minutes, a mug and a microwave. a true cup cake!
this is my personal, never before published version of the 'famous dick's burnt almond cake' from dick's bakery in san jose, ca. i was not as impressed as some by the original- i did, however, taste potential. after several months of testing, this is the
the east meets the west in this yummy recipe that celebrates adzuki beans! i love all kinds of adzuki confectionery, and wanted to try making a western cupcake using the same idea. your adzuki beans must be cooked so cooking them isn't accounted for here;
adapted from a cake recipe - for those needs allergy free indulgence! the recipe can be adapted in many ways; with cocoa powder to make a chocolate cupcake; add chocolate chips; add orange extract, etc....
these cupcakes are the "i'm-trying-so-hard-to-stop-pretending-these-are-a-main-dish" type, when prepared with recipe #213910 as the icing--the guava cream-cheese filling. i hulled out a small circle in the middle of the cupcakes and filled them with this
for pretty pastel coloured cupcakes, add in a few drop of desired food colouring my recipe#80118 goes wonderful with these cupcakes --- i use 2 cups icing sugar and 1/2 cup white granulated sugar instead of processing the sugar, it works out fine this way
recipe made for volunteer tea.fall 2010
i found the basis for this frosting through another members post. (recipe #41923) i tweaked it to make it what i wanted that day, but it is so easily changed to make the smoothest, creamiest, buttery frosting i have ever had! and its easy!!!! the first ti
amy sedaris, so i hear, sells her cupcakes in new york city bakeries. i found this recipe for amy's cupcakes on the web, but i don't remember where. this was my first time making cupcakes from scratch and i have to say, i was quite proud of the results.
these are so so beautiful.
i didn't know that an angel food cake mix could make cupcakes. this is great everyone gets their own piece of the coveted crust!! you can also spiff these up a bit - see the note below.
this is our christmas present choice. we are making little baskets for all of our family and friends. we are all about convenience and ease of recipe, so it uses box cake mix to make recipes easily reproduceable for the recipients. enjoy and share with y
originally from bon appetit and claimed as one of their best muffin recipes. consider making for breakfast, too.
this is one of my husband's favorite recipes. he warns me about the upcoming hunting season so that i can make these for his trip. they are very moist and tasty. i use pampered chef's cinnamon plus for the spices and like it the best. i have won reserve g
from hostess with the mostess!
mhmmm, they are so yummy! =) the fruits make them quite light and also perfect for warm weather. would go great with pears or some other type of fruit as well.
i haven't had the chance to try this yet, for i can't have an oven in a college dorm. found this on the american girl website and thought it sounded very yummy!
this is a toh recipe. i've had it for several years now. this recipe makes great snack muffins for the little kiddos. it reminds me more of a quick bread than something cakey. these freeze very well. the original recipe calls for cream cheese frosting
the first surprise here: there's not a grain of sugar in these cupcakes. the second surprise: your kids will love them anyway. tip: i just make mashed potatoes using the instant mashed potato flakes. it is smooth, and the food coloring mixes well with it
these are billowy, irresistible coconut cupcakes with a coconut cream cheese frosting. just the thing to have when you really need a coconut fix. the recipe is adapted from auntie em's, (auntieemskitchen.com) a hundred year old restaurant located in th
cupcakes great for picnics, lunch boxes, and afternoon snacks. easy to prepare and easy to eat, these cupcakes are filled with grated apple and spices toped with a cream cheese frosting. (from bake and freeze desserts by elinor klivans)
this is an easy, festive recipe for autumn. i made this recipe with our nursing home residents in celebration of our october birthdays. they really enjoyed the aroma of the baking cupcakes and frosting them. we inserted pretzel sticks into the center o
baby rattle cupcakes recipe from happy cookies. this was on the local morning news. it was too cute. perfect for that baby shower you're about to go to. prep time does not include cooling time.
this recipe is great because it includes candy pieces in the cupcakes as well as on the icing. you will need two 10 packs of fun-sized candy bars to make these cupcakes, 12 for the cupcakes, and 8 for the icing.
this was the 2006 cook-off finalist recipe for southern living magazine.
source: better homes & garden website. perfect cupcakes for your baby's first birthday party!!! cooking time includes 1 hour for cupcakes to cool.
from family circle mag april 1, 2009 as seen on food network's ultimate recipe showdown.
what could be better than a sweet and salty combination? this yummy cake will satisfy that craving easily!
felt like i was in competing in cupcake wars! the ingredients from dining on a dollar recipe contest -- spring 2013 made it tricky to create a dessert. must say i nailed it! tender, soft crumb with hint of bacon bits and topped with maple frosting complem
delicious cupcakes with a subtle hint of baileys
here's a yummy treat to help celebrate your st. patrick's day celebration. these from-scratch cupcakes are moist and festive! recipe is from woman's world.
a sweet little morsel from the mississippi valley chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947.
we made these into cupcakes and skipped the frosting -- if using the frosting this equals 5 ww points. i figure without the frosting this is 4 pts/serving. recipe source: ww heathy cooking basics.
a light n tasty muffin...great addition to the kids lunchbox. recipe source - fresh living magazine
a delicious and healthy sweet treat
adapted from cupcakes, cupcakes and more cupcakes!
my mum gave me this recipe and said she used to give one of these to me in my lunchbox as a treat when i was younger, they are sooooo good, i am not joking these are probally the best muffins i have ever tasted. they freeze really well
simple recipe to put together. use the frosting recipe that is with the recipe, or use your favorite cream cheese or even chocolate frosting.
looking for something to do with those overripe bananas besides the plain old banana bread? this recipe is for you!
these are so moist with a light banana flavor. the frosting is wonderful! my yield was only 10 cupcakes. from cooking light, october 2006.
adapted from cooking light (sept. 1999). original recipe uses plain fat-free yogurt, but i prefer powdered buttermilk, reconstituted. this allegedly yields 12 standard-sized cupcakes, but i like to make 24 mini ones for parties. nutmeg adds that special s
a wonderful way to use up your over ripe bannas. these are like a cross between a muffin and a cupcake. you could serve them for breakfast plain, or add the frosting for a sweet treat. or if you don't like your cupcakes too sweet, you might consider using
indescribably delicious. believe it or not, it's adapted from rosie daley's the healthy kitchen, her book with andrew weil, changed very slightly. i think it's healthy more for it's high-fiber ingredients than for being nonfattening. it's a great way to u
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