We could tell you this is the best chocolate cupcake you will ever try, or you could serve it at your next holiday event and see for yourself. With its tender texture and perfect, intentional chocolate flavor, it's a classic dessert for casual and elegant affairs. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
Both my boys have food allergies and really love these cupcakes! Because it’s easy and budget-friendly, I grind whole oats in my blender, just pulsing until they’re flour. —Desiree Glanzer, Carpenter, South Dakota
If you are nuts about chocolate and coconut, this is definitely the cupcake for you. The chocolate ganache is so tempting, you just might end up with a shortage of frosting!—LuAnn Klink, Frostburg, Maryland
Celebrate the luck of the Irish with these adorable St. Patrick's Day Cupcakes. The best part of the recipe is how impressive they look, but how easy they are to make! The festive decorations are the magic of melted candy and gold dust. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
My son is a peanut butter connoisseur, so I wanted to come up with a cupcake recipe he would like. He gave them a thumbs up. If you like chocolate and peanut butter, you will agree.—Carolee Meek, Huntsville, Utah
Because I have a dairy allergy, I'm always on the search for treats I can eat. I prepare these cupcakes with dairy-free chocolate chips and vanilla coconut milk instead of cream. —Kirstin Turner, Richlands, North Carolina.
"Some have been know to inhale these amazing cupcakes in two bites, and some prefer to savor each decadent morsel. They can be kept in the fridge for about a week and can be frozen for up to a month."—Kim Bejot, Ainsworth, Nebraska
WITH a family of six children, it seems I'm always cooking and on the lookout for variety in menus and special treats to surprise them. This recipe was given to me by a co-worker. The flavor compliment of the raspberry to the chocolate is very pleasing.