Take advantage of fresh fruit when you bake your next batch of cupcakes for a dessert that's as cute and delicious as any you've ever made.
We rounded up our favorite ways to incorporate fruit into our cupcakes - from layered looks to jam-stuffed.
Inspired by the all-American dessert, strawberry shortcake cupcake is super simple to make and layered with lots of fresh fruit.
Infused with orange juice with tops sprinkled with orange zest, these creamy cupcakes in a jar are downright delightful.
Basic vanilla cupcakes topped with a thin layer of cream cheese frosting and fruity embellishments like pineapple, cherry and coconut are transformed into sweet pizza-like desserts.
Chocolate cupcakes filled with strawberry jam and topped with a basic chocolate buttercream and whole strawberry give new meaning to chocolate covered strawberries. Uber-decadent, you won't be able to eat just one.
Baked in all their blueberry goodness, these cupcakes are sure to make a fan out of any fruit lover.
Part crumb cake, part cupcake and topped with caramel apples, this is no ordinary cupcake recipe. Though it may lack of frosting, it's certainly sweet enough to satisfy any craving.
We love the deep red swirl of these chocolate cupcakes topped with a simple strawberry buttercream. They're also easy enough to whip up for a special dinner party dessert on a weeknight.
We're including this red wine cupcake on a bit of a grape technicality. Wine is a form of grapes, right? Well, top them with a grape and they definitely qualify.
While the rosewater cupcakes are tasty, it's the raspberry buttercream frosting that steals the spotlight in this cupcake recipe.
Watermelon slice cupcakes have no cake at all in them - nor are they frosted with any sugary icing. Topped instead with a sweet yogurt mixture, these "cupcakes" are all watermelon!
Another of our blueberry cupcake creations, this stuffed version is a bit simpler to bake up, but just as delicious.