Our creamy chocolate cupcake recipe


For 7 cupcakes of 7cm width

INGREDIENTS

Cupcake dough
115g flour
110g grounded brown sugar
105g unsalted butter at room temperature
1 egg
70g dark chocolate
25g dark chocolate cut in chunks
10g Marshmallows cut in small cubes
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
7 drops hazelnut flavouring
50g natural yogurt
 
 

             -> We modified the published recipe of the topping (May 13th 2011) after a cupcake test session with qualified judges 😉 And the winner was not the cupcake with the topping recipe that was initally published here. Here is the winner recipe!
 
 
Creamy chocolate topping         
150g dark chocolate
80g unsalted butter at room temperature
80g Philadelphia cream cheese    (that you can at last find in France)
100g powdered sugar
2 pinches sea salt flakes

MATERIAL

Little cupcakes moulds

  

PREPARATION

Preheat oven at 180°C (th.6).

In a bowl, mix and beat the butter, vanilla extract and sugar alltogether until you get a creamy consistency. Add the previously beaten egg. Mix. Melt the 70g of dark chocolate. Add to the dough and mix.

Add half of the flour and the baking powder, mix. Then add the yogurt, mix, and then add the rest of the flour.

Place half a table spoon of chocolate dough at the bottom of each little mould. Add some marshmallows and chocolate chunks on top in the center and then add another half spoon of chocolate dough up to fill half of the mould.

Place in the oven for 25 mn. The cupcakes are cooked once a knife comes out clean of dough.

Place the cupcakes on a grill and let them cool down.

Creamy chocolate topping

Melt the chocolate and then add the butter, then the Philadelphia cream cheese, the powdered sugar, the yogurt and the fleur de sel.

You can now decorate your cupcakes. Place the cupcakes in the fridge for half an hour.

They are ready! Enjoy! 

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