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5 Fave Cupcakes & Muffins

The winter holidays are around the corner and its time for treats and goodies. This week, for 5 Things Tuesday I ask you to name your favourite muffins and cupcakes.

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I borrowed the idea for this post from Paula Light who said last week that she was thinking about doing a cupcake review.

I love all kinds of cakes, cupcakes, muffins etc. Here are just five of my favourites:

Raisin & Oatmeal “Healthy” Muffins

Oatmeal muffins, preferably sugar free, are the baked goods I have most often as they are relatively guilt free.

Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes

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When my children were younger, I enjoyed baking these with them. We decorated them with Hershey’s chocolate syrup. They were topped with hundreds and thousands (more commonly known as “sprinkles” but I love the old fashioned term).

Salted Caramel Cupcakes

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True to the name of my blog, salted caramel cupcakes, brownies, cookies and ice cream are a great favourite with me. I love the combination of sweet and salty.

Blueberry Muffins

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Muffins baked with blueberries or any other dried fruit or berries are oh so yummy and less unhealthy.

Frosted Cupcakes

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Frosted cupcakes are great for every occasion. They look so festive and tempting, they are always a success. Equally at home at a children’s party or grown up soiree, they are hard to resist.

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Boxed up, these gaily decorated treats make a great present.

What are your favourites? I would love to know.

`Images courtesy Unsplash

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