Swoon over these delicious red velvet cupcake recipes. Enjoy them mini or regular size, dressed up or simply displayed, and with uniquely tasty frosting's.
Red Velvet CupcakesThe frosting takes this red velvet cupcake recipe from great to fantastic. The secret? Use real butter and real cream cheese. You won't even notice they're right at 200 calories and results are mouthwatering.
Red Velvet CupcakesThese moist, dense Red Velvet Cupcakes are as luxurious as they sound--complete with their signature red color and to-die-for White Chocolate-Amaretto Frosting. Your holiday party will be complete with these decadent desserts as festive centerpieces.
Red Velvet Cupcakes with Orange ButtercreamThese electric magenta cupcakes get their color not from the usual food coloring, but from the color found in puréed roasted beets, which also add a subtle flavor. Serve these cupcakes at a small gathering of friends and family and watch them quickly disappear.
Red Velvet Cupcakes with CoconutMini Red Velviet Cupcakes with Coconut are topped with store-bought cream cheese frosting then dressed up with shredded coconut and fresh raspberries. While you're at it, have a couple. They're only 104 calories!
Red Velvet CupcakesAll of the key ingredients for a traditional red velvet cake—cocoa, buttermilk, vinegar, and red food coloring—are here in these colorful cupcakes. The recipe makes a dozen, so serve them at a holiday party. Only 200 calories? Believe it and eat.
Red Velvet CupcakesTurn a classic red velvet layer cake into cupcakes and decorate with candy hearts for a treat that's perfect for Valentine's Day Parties.
Easy Red Velvet CupcakesWith just seven ingredients, and minimal prep time, you are minutes away from drool-worthy red velvet cupcakes. Use boxed yellow cake mix, cocoa, and a container of ready-to-eat cream cheese frosting for quick and easy kitchen shortcuts.
Red Velvet CupcakesTry these red velvet cupcakes with a splash of citrus introduced in the decadent Lemon-Cream Cheese Frosting.