Inside of Creme Egg Cupcake

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    Chocolate cupcake, with a creme egg baked inside. Frosted with a vanilla buttercream and topped with a mini egg.

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    1. GummyPiglet 49 months ago | reply

      That looks heavenly!

    2. Zaclobster Boy 49 months ago | reply

      Heart attack on a plate...nice though!

    3. mikewarren 49 months ago | reply

      That makes my pancreas ache...

    4. stefan_e_jones 49 months ago | reply

      I showed the picture to some co-workers. Comments included "That’s evil…" and "That is the most awesome thing I have ever seen."

      After I announced that I was going to try to reverse engineer them, four or five folks dropped off donations!

      I imagine the creme eggs started out hard frozen, and were unwrapped and popped into the filled cups right before they went into the over.

    5. zoeycakes 49 months ago | reply

      Yes, you are right! I froze the creme eggs for 2 hours, that's the minimum i would recommend. I just dropped them on top of the cupcake batter (filled the tins 2/3rds the way) and the cupcake baked around it. Good luck!!

    6. stefan_e_jones 49 months ago | reply

      Thanks! I have a shopping list made up already.

    7. ladybugjoy22 49 months ago | reply

      is there a recipe on here?

    8. zoeycakes 49 months ago | reply

      I just froze them and placed them on top of my cupcake batter.

    9. notorious d.a.v. 49 months ago | reply

      where do you put the bacon?

    10. JFord3 49 months ago | reply

      bahahhaa can you say epic meal time? :)

    11. Sofa821 49 months ago | reply

      Did you use mini eggs or regular size??

    12. stefan_e_jones 48 months ago | reply

      I baked three dozen yesterday, and brought them to work.

      I used the regular size, and to judge from the photo I believe that zoeycakes did as well.

      It was easy. Just pop the hard-frozen eggs into the batter and bake.

      The hardest part of it all: scraping bits of aluminum foil wrapper from the eggs. Some eggs leak a little of the sugary goo, which acts as glue for the foil.

      Interesting note: The eggs come out "hard boiled!"

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    14. Guru Sno Studios 40 months ago | reply

      This looks so good

    15. M.A.Gibson 37 months ago | reply

      Very nice capture

    16. Gemmalu8164 26 months ago | reply

      How long do u then cook them for and what temperature because i tried these and failed xxx

    17. zoeycakes 26 months ago | reply

      I baked them at 350 and checked them at the 13 minute mark. Be sure to freeze the creme eggs first.

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