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HELP! This was my first ever attempt at baking cupcakes from scratch, so I'm not going to actually rate this recipe yet. Here's my trouble.. I wanted to bake the cupcakes without the filling and make just regular sized cupcakes. I followed the recipe exactly with the omission of the filling. I got 16 cupcakes that taste really good, but fell completely in the middle. Anyone have any ideas on why they all fell?
These cupcakes are yummy. I did half the recipe and instead of 1 cup sugar I used 3/4 cup. It was enough. I loved the filling. For the frosting, I added peanut butter. It was great. Thanks CoffeeB :) Made for Holiday tag
10 stars! These are divine! Nothing goes together like peanut butter & chocolate! I ended up with 20 regular sized cupcakes. I used melted butter instead of vegetable oil in the cake, and for the frosting I added a little extra butter and cocoa, and I also added a little melted dark chocolate. Thank for sharing! [Made for PRMR]
The DS took this to his music recreation day were they were very much enjoyed. I think my jumbo muffin tin may be just a tad small for these rose and spread and I had to slice them away from the top of the tin, I baked them for 165C fan forced oven for 25 minutes but could have done with 2 or 3 minutes less as they were slightly burnt on the edges. Thank you CoffeeB, made for Everyday a Holiday.
I made to take to my grandson's today but of course we had to test them :wink I also made in my regular cupcake pan. I made 2 dozen and I used a teaspoon for the peanut butter filling into each. Very nice cupcake. Thank you Coffeeb for another great recipe.
We love peanut butter and chocolate, and this was no exception! I used a little more milk in the frosting but other than that they were MAH-velous! Thanks for sharing, Coffeebarista!
We made these using regular size muffin cups. Everybody really liked them. They were very rich, and I wouldn't want to make them jumbo sized