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Just picked up some Halloween cupcakes!

Last night, I got into a bit of a fender bender, and my best friend Simeon came to my rescue. Needless to say, he earned himself some surprise cupcakes, so I stopped off at my favorite local cupcake shop, Elizabethan Desserts. Look how cute these Halloween cupcakes are - a ghost, a 'mustachioed' ghost, coconut mummy, and a chocolate fudge werewolf! I figured my fellow baking and cooking (and sweets) fanatics would totally appreciate this creativity.
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The coconut mummy is my favorite :)
These are simply adorable!
Elizabethan! That's where I always get my birthday cupcakes :) I love the pistachio moustachio one!
Too cute to eat! :) I like the wolf one...also because chocolate ^_^
@happyrock That one tastes the best too! I love coconut.
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