Have your cocktail and eat it too with these luscious cupcakes that pay homage to your favorite drinks.
Nothing spells fun like a cocktail – disguised like a cupcake!
Booze. Cake. Cake and Booze – together. It’s like a crazy weekend in Vegas that no one talks about afterwards because of reasons.
Indeed, it could be. But we’re reasonable, you and I. We’re responsible…ish, adult-like in form if not in manner. That’s why if we’re gonna booze up the batter, we’re gonna make sure it’s cupcake-sized. And totally delish. Check out some you've just got to try:
This one's booze-free but flavored with margarita mix. Besides, nothing says you can't add some triple sec or tequila to that topping, right?!
Now it is getting serious friends – seriously delicious. Maple and bacon flavors combine lovingly in cupcake formation, while covered in a gentle bourbon frosting blanket. C’mon and cozy up.
What do you get when you combine bourbon, coffee liqueur and vanilla vodka-spiked frosting? Oh, not much, JUST THESE AMAZEBALL CUPCAKES!
Spiced and coconut rums give this delicious cupcake a taste of the boozy tropics.
First: pause and squeal at the ridiculous cuteness of these mini-cupcakes. Next: savor the tangy, citrusy flavor of a baked gin and tonic.
Brewed coffee, coffee liqueur and chocolate are topped with luxurious Irish cream liqueur frosting.
This recipe literally calls for rum and coke ... and combines them with a Betty Crocker SuperMoist devil's food cake mix. Use those decorative little cocktail straws for maximum fun!
Everyone knows wine and chocolate are AWESOME together. And now they are the most together they can be, since they are in the same cupcake.
If you like this drink in a glass, you'll love it in a cupcake wrapper!
Buttery pound cake gets a bit boozy in these super-fun, super-cute bite-sized portions.
Okay first of all, this is one of the prettiest cupcakes on the block. It's also my preferred method of imbibing champagne!
Dude, I was inappropriately excited about this recipe and I don’t even like beer! Try out this utterly sublime lemonade shandy cupcake to enjoy a little bit of summertime flavor in the dead of winter.
Even if beer isn’t your thing, you'll totally unhinge your jaw to eat no less than five of these cupcakes because they're made of magic and happiness and Betty Crocker SuperMoist devil’s food cake mix, dark rich stout beer and topped with luscious Irish cream buttercream frosting. So there.