Make your next party as inclusive as possible with these stunning gluten-free cupcakes.
They’re tender, tasty, and terrifically easy to make.
Cupcakes are a classic dessert loved by kids and adults alike. But it can be challenging for people with gluten sensitivities to enjoy them.
Luckily, everyone can indulge thanks to these 23 gluten-free cupcakes.
In fact, they’re so good, I bet most people won’t even know they’re gluten-free.
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get baking!
20+ Easy Gluten Free Cupcake Recipes So Good, You’ll Forget They’re Gluten-Free!
These may be dairy- and gluten-free, but they taste like a million bucks. And if you’re good with a piping bag, they look like a million bucks, too.
They have a wonderful texture that’s straight from a bakery. And their buttery, vanilla bean flavor is out of this world.
They make phenomenal birthday cupcakes. However, you could just as easily enjoy them any day of the week when the cravings strike.
Of course, some of us prefer chocolate to vanilla. In that case, you’ve got to try these gluten-free chocolate cupcakes.
Each one features a double dose of chocolate in the cake and the frosting.
They’re so rich and decadent, most people won’t even realize they’re gluten-free.
Plus, you can whip up a dozen in just 35 minutes. Last-minute cupcakes, anyone?
Chocolate isn’t the only flavor you can double dose with. Don’t believe me? Check out these strawberry-on-strawberry gluten-free cupcakes.
They have a bright, berry-licious flavor and are unbelievably light and fluffy.
And while they take a little time to make, all that fresh strawberry flavor is totally worth it.
You’ll love their pretty pink color, too.
Looking for something bright and zingy? These gluten-free lemon cupcakes are just the thing.
Ready in just 45 minutes, they have the perfect combo of sweet and tart flavors.
The recipe shows them with a blackberry on top, and that’s certainly a fabulous option.
But I prefer to use raspberries instead. The red looks fantastic against the pale yellow, and the taste is terrific to boot.
Do you have a family full of people with different dietary needs? Then you’ll want to check out these coconut and lime cupcakes.
They’re gluten-free, of course, but that’s not all.
They’re also dairy- and grain-free, paleo-compliant, and free of refined sugars. So even people on specific low-carb diets can enjoy them!
Additionally, their tropical flavor ensures everyone will love them.
Don’t let the gorgeous appearance of these cupcakes scare you away. First of all, they’re easy to make.
But secondly, even if yours aren’t this pretty, they’ll still taste incredible.
The raspberries’ bright tartness pairs flawlessly with the white chocolate’s sweetness.
These are 100% appropriate for dessert but aren’t overly heavy. So you can enjoy them without worrying about them weighing you down.
Blueberry muffins have always been a favorite in my house.
Then, I tried blueberry cupcakes, and WOW. They completely blew my mind.
Even gluten-free, these cupcakes are insanely good. Ridiculously moist – juicy even – they have the most beautiful sweet, and tangy flavor.
Sweet and cinnamony, these apple cupcakes may be a new fall favorite.
They’re overflowing with bright apple flavor and the warmth of brown sugar and spices.
And they’re so tasty, they don’t even need the frosting.
That doesn’t mean you should leave it off, though! They’re cupcakes, after all.
There’s nothing quite like sweet and salty desserts. They’re some of my all-time favorites.
And gluten-free or not, you’ll go nuts for these salted caramel cupcakes.
They’re rich, buttery, fluffy, light, and perfect. The sticky caramel sauce is so good, you’ll be tempted to lick it straight from the bowl.
Of course, it tastes even more impressive on top of the cupcakes.
Don’t be afraid to add coarse sea salt as a topping. It really rounds out the overall flavor.
Want to take your salted caramel cupcakes up a notch? Turn them into salted caramel apple cupcakes instead.
These, too, are perfect for fall and have many of the same ingredients as the ones above.
I’ll warn you now; you won’t be able to eat just one of these scrummy gluten-free cupcakes!
I can’t lie; these cupcakes aren’t the easiest you’ll ever make. The ingredients list is pretty long, and they take at least an hour to prepare.
But are they worth it? 1000% yes!
Light and fluffy as a pillowy cloud, they’re sweet, citrusy, creamy, and irresistible. They taste just like orange creamsicles, only so much better.
If orange flavor is your jam, you’ll want to eat at least a dozen.
Turn your love of mochas into a dessert with these 40-minute cupcakes.
They’re so full of robust coffee and chocolate flavors, each bite is bolder and better than the last.
My only tweak to the recipe? Add a dash of sea salt instead of cinnamon or cocoa powder for dusting.
It doesn’t sound like it would work, but it does. It’ll take them to the next level, I promise.
These may be cupcakes, but they taste just like red velvet cake.
The taste, texture, and smell are all on point, from the light cocoa sponge to the heavenly cream cheese frosting.
Spiced, sweet, and tangy, there’s something so comforting about carrot cake. It’s a favorite in my house all year, but especially around the holidays.
And these gluten-free carrot cupcakes are no exception.
I like them with orange zest in the batter and chopped nuts on top. Yum!
Do you enjoy the taste of gingerbread but prefer soft and fluffy to hard and crunchy? Then these gingerbread cupcakes are just the ticket.
They’re sweetly spiced with cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg. And they smell incredible with a taste similar to traditional gingerbread cookies.
The difference is, these are gluten-free and so much lighter and fluffier. They also have a tangy cream cheese frosting that makes them even better.
Tender, dreamy cupcakes with creamy coconut whipped cream icing…need I say more?
These are perfect for the holidays with their mint-chocolate yumminess.
They’re also moist, airy, and they look and taste wonderfully festive. They’re a must-try for anyone who loves chocolate and peppermint.
I know what you’re thinking. Oreos aren’t gluten-free, so how can I make gluten-free Oreo cupcakes?
With gluten-free Oreos, of course!
They’re harder to find than the regular, but they aren’t impossible to track down.
Check out Aldi, or purchase them online.
Try these snickerdoodle cupcakes even if you’re not a big snickerdoodle fan.
I know it sounds crazy, but these are better than your average cinnamon cookies.
Their light, spongy texture full of warm, rich cinnamon flavor is too good to resist.
As a bonus, they’ll make your whole house smell great while baking.
While we’re on the subject of cinnamon and things that smell good: check out this recipe.
It’s the perfect combination of cupcakes and cinnamon rolls – two scrumptious sweets that taste even better smooshed together.
Trust me; if you enjoy cinnamon and brown sugar, these are the gluten-free cupcakes for you.
And did I mention you can make a dozen in less than 30 minutes? Enjoy!
Never toss out overripe bananas! Instead, use them to make these fluffy, sweet banana cupcakes.
They taste a bit like homemade banana bread with indulgent buttercream icing.
So yeah, they’re pretty much addictive.
These tremendously nutty Nutella cupcakes are sure to be a hit no matter where you serve them.
Your guests don’t even need to be gluten-free to enjoy them.
Anyone who appreciates chocolate and hazelnuts will go crazy for these babies – so make double.
These tart and tangy raspberry cheesecake cupcakes are ideal for summer. They have a light, bright taste and a soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Best of all, you can make them with fewer than ten ingredients!
Just remember, they require some extra time to sit and chill. So don’t wait until the last minute to whip these up.
Starbucks’ employees aren’t the only ones who know their way around pumpkin spice.
One taste of these pumpkin cupcakes, and everyone will think you’re a pumpkin spice master, too.
They’re perfectly spiced, totally pumpkiny, and full of sweet-n-tangy flavor. Serve them with hot cider, tea, or coffee for an extra special treat.
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