Kids and grown-ups alike will love these Easter cupcakes for dessert. Whether you go with classic carrot, meringue-topped raspberry, or a fanciful flower-topped creation, these cupcake recipes will have your Easter guests hopping back for a second helping of dessert.
Featuring pineapple and coconut, this tastes like a traditional hummingbird cake, but it's hiding bananas and sweet potatoes, too, for extra nutrition.
A lemon juice and sugar glaze ensures these mini-cakes stay moist for days.
Cupcakes made from boxed cake mix get a cheerful, colorful makeover from gelatin poured over the cakes and swirled into the cream cheese frosting.
Top cupcakes with sugar-dusted marshmallow "petals" and add a green candy string "stem." This sweet dessert bouquet is the ideal way to brighten up a friend's day!
A fresh take on holiday dessert, these tropical cakes will become a favorite. Their delightful flavor comes from unsweetened coconut milk, shredded coconut, and toasted coconut chips.
Just in case guests can't tell these jumbo cupcakes are made with a standard carrot cake batter, use tinted icing to draw carrots on top of the yummy cream cheese icing.
You bake the cakes in oven-safe teacups for this dessert. Then frost with pastel frosting and top with coconut. Too cute!
This dessert receives a double dose of refreshing lemon in both the cake and the lemon glaze topping. This recipe also makes mini and jumbo cupcakes.
Adorned with frosting flowers, these exquisite lemon and orange cupcakes are perfect for any spring celebration--Easter, Mother's Day, showers, and graduations. The cupcakes are just as tasty with a simple orange or lemon buttercream frosting.
With its bright red color, Red Velvet Cake always invokes a reaction. For more fun, turn this chocolate cake recipe into cupcakes by baking the batter in muffin cups. Frost them with chocolate or vanilla icing, or some of each.
Wheat germ adds flavor and nutrients to these delicious and delightful little cakes.