Pumpkin Spice Vanilla Bean Cupcakes with Pumpkin Spice Frosting.
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Thanks for playing another fun round of Friday Trivia! Those who qualified this week are:
-Julie @ savvy eats
Remember – first prize will be announced on November 15th!!
Last week when I made Vanilla Bean Cupcakes, I also made a pumpkin version.
You can find the Vanilla Bean Cupcake recipe HERE. To make it a pumpkin cupcake, I added:
-1/4 cup canned pumpkin
-1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
-1 teaspoon cinnamon
You can find the Vanilla Bean Frosting recipe HERE. To make pumpkin frosting, I added:
-1 tablespoon canned pumpkin
-1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
I am currently at Good Taste Pittsburgh! If you are in the area, stop by and say hello. I have 1000 cupcakes to giveaway!
More on Good Taste Pittsburgh and my cupcakes to come later… :) Have a great Saturday!
15 Comments on “Pumpkin Spice Vanilla Bean Cupcakes with Pumpkin Spice Frosting.”
Yay!! So glad I qualified and that others did too :)
Happy Saturday, dear Jessica!!
I will be there in an hour or so!!!! :-D
And now you have a pumpkin version of those cupcakes? It is really a shame that Pittsburgh is like a 10 hour drive from here!
Hmmm, those look so good!
Have a great saturday :)
I’m on my way, from Ohio…I’ll be there in….about 17 hours!! Save about 5 for me please!
stupid wedding, save one for me!
happy birthday <3
Cupcakes! Yum. :) Just looking at them makes me happy. And hungry!
Those cupcakes look and sound amazing. I wish I were there! Too bad I’m in Illinois.
I love the idea of pumpkin frosting. I will never get tired of pumpkin desserts. EVER!
EVERY BLOG I LOOK AT HAS CUPCAKES.
I NEED A CUPCAKE NOWWWWWWWWWW
So jealous you are at Good Taste! Is it at that expo place by the Monroeville mall??? I went to like 100 job fairs there after college. lol :) Have fun!
mmm, they look nice, can almost smell them ♥
i love that you added pumpkin! looks SO good!
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