Blackberry Lime Cupcakes with Lime Frosting

There are some ingredient combinations that simply go together, like this "Blackberry Lime Cupcakes with Lime Frosting," recipe. This unexpected recipe surprise will have you coming back for more of these fluffy and incredibly moist cupcakes.

This blackberry lime cupcakes with lime frosting recipe uses a vanilla base with blackberry jam or blackberry compote swirled in the cupcake recipe mix, giving them beautiful swirls when baked. Then these little cupcake gems are covered in frosting so creamy and wonderfully balanced with lime flavor, with an easy buttercream recipe. Lastly these blackberry lime cupcakes are topped with a bit of thinned out blackberry jam, you will seriously love this recipe!

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