By LEENA KOLLAR
Now that we’re officially in the fall season, let’s talk about sweet fall treats. With all of the holiday parties and celebrations that we’ll be attending, it’s nice to have a list of recipes on hand. Whether you need a dessert idea for a school party or have signed up to bring a little something to your company shindig, these fall flavored cupcakes are all delicious options to consider.
Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes
Forget the sweet potato casserole. Try these sweet potato pie cupcakes instead. With a yummy marshmallow frosting topped with crushed cinnamon pecans, what’s not to like about these? Get the full recipe from How Sweet Eats.
Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Carrot cake isn’t one of the most popular fall desserts, but those who like the flavor will enjoy these carrot cake cupcakes. And if you’re also a fan of cheesecake, the brown sugar cream cheese frosting will be sure to delight. Head over to Lil’ Luna to get the full recipe.
Chai Spice Cupcakes
When I hear the word “chai,” I can’t help but think of Starbucks. However, this year I’m curious about these chai spice cupcakes. Loaded with spices and sweet French vanilla pudding mix, this is how to get your chai fix this fall. You’ll find the recipe over at The Domestic Rebel.
Maple Cupcakes with Pumpkin Pie Frosting
While raking all those maple leaves scattered across your yard, try one of these maple cupcakes on your break. They are sweet enough as it is, but the pumpkin pie frosting makes them irresistible. Amy’s Healthy Baking has the full recipe.
The quintessential fall camping treat is a s’more. But if you aren’t able to go camping this fall, make these s’mores cupcakes instead. No, baking cupcakes is not the same experience as roasting marshmallows over a campfire, but it’s just as delicious, and that’s what matters. Find the recipe on Amanda’s Cookin’.
Apple Spice Cupcakes
After a fun day of apple picking, go home and mix up these apple spice cupcakes using apples that you picked yourself. The apple flavor, combined with the salted caramel frosting, will cover one of your daily fruit servings and a lot of your favorite fall flavors. Get the recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction.