Ear of Corn Cupcakes Recipe
By Peggy Weaver
Since Fall is the best time of year for corn on the cob, I decided that I should make these delightful Ear of Corn Cupcakes for my family. Ear of Corn Cupcakes are a great whimsical cupcake that your family is sure to love. I also like to find more uses for specialty pans that I have purchased – so for this cupcake, we are going to use for the Mini Easter Egg pan.
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