Sunday, November 20, 2011

Awesomeness Inside a Fluted Paper Cup

cupcakes



Soft and creamy filling….



melted chocolate gooeyness on the bottom…



all encapsulated by moist cake…..



makes for a party in your mouth!



Years ago my at-the-time boyfriend (who is now Mr. SCD) gave me this recipe to try out. At the time I was taking a psychology class in college and we were having an end of the semester party. Being as I wasn’t a very good cook and liked to bake, I opted to bring a dessert. I was pleased as punch that the cupcakes were well received – so much in fact that the platter emptied out in a flash.



Here’s the recipe:



Black Bottom Cupcakes



1 1/2 cup all purpose flour



1/4 cup cocoa



1/2 tsp salt



5 tablespoons salad oil



1 tsp vanilla



1 cup white granulated sugar



1 tsp baking soda



1 cup water



1 tablespoon cider vinegar





for the filling:



8 ounces cream cheese



1 egg



1/3 cup white granulated sugar



6 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips



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Stir together all dry ingredients. Add all of the wet ingredients. Stir until blended. Fill 18 cupcake wrappers 1/2 full. Top each with 1 tablespoon of the cream cheese filling.



Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.



Enjoy!!!!!

15 comments:

Pondside said...

Oh my - these sound decadent!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the recipe! I have been looking for a recipe for black bottoms and there it was!! They sound delicous, and I am heading to the kitchen now to try them out!

My Westie, Miss Scarlett O'Hara says to be sure and say hello to your adorable Scotties! Aren't they "love in a fur coat?"

Love your blog and all your antiques. I enjoy it all the time!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Those look and sound sinfully wonderfully!! Going to the top of my "gotta try" list! Thanks so much for sharing! Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Vee said...

He married you for awesomeness in a fluted paper cup? Wow. What a neat story! I am snagging this recipe. It sounds great.

Vintage Gal said...

Oh my gosh ~ these are makinig my mouth water ~ how yummy ;-)

skoots1mom said...

i KNOW these are delish!
thanx 4 sharing!

Kathleen Grace said...

Hmmmm...gooey filling? Chocolate? I really need to try these!

Miss Jean said...

Things have certainly changed over the years. Not only is your boyfriend now Mr. SCD (I know he loves the title) but you are a fabulous cook and baker!!!!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Those would be so good! I'll want to bake something special for hubby soon! Thanks for the recipe! ♥

Elsie said...

Becky these look so good. I wrote the recipe down so I can try it.
Thanks for sharing and I bet you are a good cook.

Debbie Kay said...

Yummy yum yum Becky I am a baker too and I am gonna try those! Thanks for sharing.

Smiles & Hugs,
Debbie

P.S. check your email.....I need your address to send you a little somethin.

xoxoxo

Low Tide High Style said...

Yum, I'll be right over!

Kat :)

Anneke said...

wow, they look delicious and thankds for the recipe

Happy@Home said...

That does sound like a party my mouth would like to be invited to. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. I can't wait to try it.

bigeyedchick said...

I LOVE these cupcakes! We only had them at my grandma's and growing up I thought she "invented" them!

btw: I would love to see how you've decorated for Christmas this year!

Laurel in MN :)