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go here The recipe for these chocolate cupcakes is from “The best-ever book of cakes” by Ann Nicol, which is full of amazing recipes. The original recipe just chucks all the ingredients in a bowl and mixes away, but I’m more of an add the ingredients gradually type of girl. Either way the mixture will transform in something so smooth and creamy you just want to lick the bowl. Who am I kidding, I did lick the bowl and it was good!
Clearly you don’t have to pipe little hedgehog faces but if for some reason you want to here’s how I did it. For the face I just mixed in some of the chocolate icing with some vanilla flavored icing to get a sort of skin-mocha-colored-blend. I then smoothed this over 1/3 of the cuppie to shape the face. Next I used a Wilton tip #12 to pipe the snout. For the eyes and nose I used tip #2. Lastly I used tip #233 to pipe the spines/hair. If you’re into a more punky look you can also use tip #16. And that’s it. Not hard at all, but it might take you a while though.
Cute hedgehog or no cute hedgehog, these little chocolate bombs will certainly leave you wanting more. Fortunately there’s 12 in a recipe so I’ll leave it up to you if you’ll share or not…
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65 g self raising flour
25 g cocoa powder (unsweetened)
75 g soft dark brown sugar
75 g butter, softened
30 ml milk
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125 g butter
2 tbsp powdered sugar
100 g dark chocolate, melted
25 g cocoa powder (unsweetened)
Preheat the oven to 190 C.
Line your muffin pan with baking cups and set aside.
Sift the flour and cocoa together and set aside.
in a medium mixing bowl beat butter until fluffy.
While mixing add in the sugar, eggs and milk. Lastly add in the flour and continue mixing for about 2 minutes or until smooth.
Divide the mixture evenly among the baking cups and place in oven for about 15 minutes or until firm to the touch in the center.
Remove from the tray and leave to cool on a wire rack.
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Cream the butter and mix in the cocoa powder and powdered sugar.
Gradually mix in the melted chocolate until you get a nice smooth blend. Make sure the chocolate’s not piping hot! Just slightly warm so it remains liquid.
Place in piping bag and pipe away.
If the icing’s too runny, simply place in the fridge for a bit.
If it’s become too firm you can re-mix it to get it nice and fluffy again.
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