Dark-Chocolate Cup-Cakes with Berry-frosting

dark-chocolate-cup-cake

 

For a change again something fruity on these cold winter days. We already miss the fresh delicious fruits like strawberries in spring so we decide to bake something for all who like this fruity, moist taste of a cake when you make the first bite.

 

Equipment:

muffin baking tray (12 pc.)

decorating bag

12 paper muffin cups

Ingredients dough:

1 egg

250 g flour

100 g sugar

80 ml oil

250 ml buttermilk

2 1/2 tsp. baking powder

1/2 tsp. baking soda

100 g dark chocolate

2 tbsp. cocoa 

Ingredients frosting:

150 g butter (roomtemperatur)

200 g powdered sugar

200 g dream cheese

frozen berries mix

 

Construction dough:

At first preheat your oven to 180°C. Then put the muffin cups into the muffin baking tray.

Melt chocolate with a double boiler.
Mix all dry ingredients in a big mixing bowl. In a separate one scramble oil and butter milk with the egg and stir this mixture in the dry ingredients. At least add melted chocolate and fill the dough into the prepared muffin cups, put in every cupcake 1 big raspberry out of the frozen berry mix and then bake them for about 20 minutes.

Let them cool down before you put the frosting on them.

Construction frosting:

Defrost the rest of the frozen berry mix. Whisk up butter with powdered sugar. Then add cream cheese and 1 teaspoon of the juice from the defrosted berries. Put the frosting into the decorating bag and beautify your cup-cakes with it.

When you serve this cupcakes, also hand some of the defrosted berries.

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