Published at Monday, September 10th 2018. by Emma Mcintyre in Cupcakes.
You can even have filled cupcakes. Doesn't a chocolate cupcake filled with sweet vanilla crème sound fantastic? How about a cupcake with a chocolate 'kiss' treat or a caramel in the centre?
The origins of cupcakes are controversial. Some believe that cupcakes were invented by people baking cakes in little teacups, so that the little cakes would not take so long to bake and would cool faster. Others believe that cupcakes were named by the way the ingredients were measured (1 cup of flour, 2 cups of sugar, etc.) Whatever the origin, the cupcake has come down through history as a delightful treat that everyone can enjoy.
If you and your family cannot resist the unique combo of mint and chocolate, this cupcake is for you. This mouth-watering combination of dark chocolate cupcake and creamy mint frosting shows that chocolate and mint should always be served together. To make this cupcake even more tempting, you can sprinkle some chocolate shavings on top of it.
It's no secret that Hollywood's played a part, featuring cupcake shops in popular television shows, but the glory really goes to these miniature cakes.
A classic apple cupcake with a smooth layer of caramel cream frosting is another popular combination of cupcakes that people love to eat. Caramel bags are commonly sold during the autumn months, but this does not mean you cannot enjoy this much desired combination year-round. You can even take some real apple chunks and bake them right into the cupcakes. You can garnish your creamy cupcakes with the leftover caramel cream in order to make it more tempting.
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