Apples, pumpkins and turkeys, Oh my! This collection of fall cupcakes will keep you happy baking for September, October and November. They are the perfect way to celebrate the season.
Fall is just around the corner and we all know what that means: time for baking! The grocery stores are already filling up their center aisles with specialty chocolates, candy, cupcake wrappers and themed sprinkles. I have a hard time walking away from displays like that. I just want to BAKE ALL THE THINGS!!!
It doesn’t help when half of your “online friends” are bloggers with their own fabulous ideas for fall treats. I collected a few cute fall cupcakes ideas to try this year. (I gotta say, I’m loving the Thanksgiving cornucopia!) To see the recipes for each one, just click on the title under the picture and you’ll be taken to that particular post.
Happy baking and happy fall (almost.)
Chocolate and peanut butter come together to make easy, fall-inspired Chocolate Acorn Cupcakes! The best part is you can use any flavor you like for these fall cupcakes.
Apple Crumble Cupcakes are soft, apple filled and topped with deliciously smooth custard frosting and crunchy crumbles. The perfect way to enjoy a classic British dessert!
When thinking of Halloween desserts, there are two ways to go – cute or creepy. These spiderweb cupcakes are a bit of both! Add some plastic spiders if you want to up the “creepy” factor. I don’t. 😀
This back to school season, make up a batch of apple shaped cupcakes to celebrate the new year! This is another recipe that gives lots of flexibility since you can choose your own cupcake and frosting flavor. The simple shaping hack takes ordinary fall cupcakes up a notch!
Thanksgiving Cupcakes with cornucopia toppers are an adorable way to dress up cupcakes for Thanksgiving! Put one at every place on the table to add color and whimsy to your Thanksgiving table.
The only Pumpkin Cupcake Recipe you need! Moist and fluffy, chocolaty marbled cupcakes coupled with a delectable, creamy Spiced Pumpkin Frosting. If you’re craving more of that pumpkin spice flavor, this is the fall cupcake for you!
These Snickerdoodle cupcakes taste just like a fresh baked snickerdoodle cookie and are made from a simple cake mix. They are also topped with a delicious cinnamon buttercream frosting to round out the cinnamon flavor!
Add some ooze to your Halloween table this year with easy Slime Monster Cupcakes! They are slime-filled for a delicious gooey bite! Who can resist a gooey filling? The fun candy eyes are just a bonus!
Celebrate our favorite “bad girl” with Maleficent Cupcakes decorated with her signature horns. Everyone deserves to have their own special cupcake, right? 🙂
These witch hat cupcakes are sure to be a huge hit. Not only are they delicious, but they look awesome too! The piping required is simple enough that anyone can do it, but it still looks special.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with these adorable little turkey cupcakes! Peanut butter bodies and candy feathers mean you can have turkey for dessert, too. (Psst-don’t tell anyone, but it’s REALLY easy if you start with cupcakes from the bakery!)
These cute Tom the Turkey cupcakes are easy to make and delicious too. The kids will love to help make them and your Thanksgiving dessert table will be that much cuter!
Make full moon cupcakes with fondant and food coloring pens. How easy is that?!? These cupcakes are the perfect decoration for your Halloween party table.
Brownie Bottom Halloween Cupcakes have a layer of dark chocolate brownie topped with orange cake batter and finished off with buttercream and sprinkles. They are the perfect mix of semi-homemade and “from scratch” to be easy but really fun and festive for your next Halloween party.
OK, so I know these aren’t cupcakes, but they ARE cute, and they are one of the first seasonal things I ever made for the blog. They don’t taste like a pumpkin (no pumpkin spice) but they look like one!
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