Here at goodtoknow, we can't get enough of cupcakes, so we've rounded up our top 15 autumn cupcake recipes, including chocolate sensations, autumnal fruit flavours and classics with a seasonal twist. From Halloween parties to afternoon tea treats, we've got all the autumn cupcake recipes you need.
Here at goodtoknow, we can’t get enough of cupcakes, so we’ve rounded up our top 15 autumn cupcake recipes, including chocolate sensations, autumnal fruit flavours and classics with a seasonal twist. From Halloween parties to afternoon tea treats, we’ve got all the autumn cupcake recipes you need.
These impressive Autumn leaf cupcakes are very appropriate this time of year. They’re easier to make than they may look and you can experiment with different flavours too.
Downtown Abbey and period drama fans will love these smart Victorian cupcakes that look fit for royalty. Made by cupcake queen Victoria Threader using a cameo brooch mould, they almost look too perfect to eat!
Team Edward or Team Jacob? Twilight fans will go mad for these Twilight cupcakes, complete with character names and the forbidden red apple, when the 4th film in the series is released in November.
These coffee and chocolate chip cupcakes have a delicious, rich flavour that’ll go perfectly with your afternoon cuppa on a cold afternoon.
goodtoknow’s baking star Victoria Threader has made these woodland creature cupcakes especially for autumn. Sugar leaf sprinkles and autumnal-patterned cake wrappers are spot on for this season.
Beetroot in a cupcake? It may sound like a strange combination, but it’s an in-season taste you have to try. These cute cupcakes with rose icing would be great for any special occassion.
A modern twist on the dessert classic, these sticky toffee cupcakes are topped with an indulgent salted caramel buttercream. They’ll also work really well on your Halloween party platter.
These toffee apple cupcakes by cupcake queen Victoria Threader are a stylish twist on the classic Halloween and Bonfire Night toffee apple treat.
Trick or treat? These gingerbread cupcakes are a definite treat, especially if you’re planning a spooky Halloween party. The gingerbread tombstones are simple to make but look impressive – the kids (and adults!) will love them.
If you’ve been blackberry picking, these elegant white chocolate and blackberry cupcakes are the perfect way to use them up.
Make the most of pumpkins being in season and whip up a batch of these spooky pumpkin and maple cupcakes for your Halloween party.
The salty taste of peanuts and the sweetness of chocolate will give your tastebuds a real treat in these these salted peanut chocolate cupcakes. Plus, they’re simple to make so get the kids to help you and let them have one as a treat.
These melt-in-the-mouth Primrose Bakery chocolate cupcakes have an irresistible buttercream topping. Planning a Halloween party? Iced black cat toppings would fit in well with the rest of your spooky treats, as would skeleton, pumpkin or witches’ hat designs.
Clementines have just come into season, so make the most of them by whipping up a batch of these gingerbread cupcakes with clementine buttercream. Follow our video recipe and make sure your icing looks as good as the pros’.