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Halloween Cupcakes (Sugar Free)
Mmmmmm, who doesnt love cupcakes?
Sugar Free Halloween Cupcake Recipe
With all the candy, treats and sugary drinks. And for those who don't want to give their kids any sugar at all here is a Sugar, and Egg free recipe for those parents who want to offer a healthy alternative, so good you don't even have to tell the kids its sugar free :)
A Great base for great cupcakes
With this recipe, you can make any kind of icing design you want. With this tasty, sturdy base
Your imagination is the limit.
MAking, Ghosts, Monster teeth, Spiders and squids are as easy as well.... Cupcakes... :)
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- 1 teaspoon Salt
- 1 teaspoon Baking soda
- 1 teaspoon Vinegar, (ADD LAST)
- 1 1/2 Cups Flour
- 1/2 cup Melted Butter, (Can Sub - Veg Oil)
- 2/3 cup Agave
- 2/3 cup Milk, (Can sub with milk substitute)
- 1/3 cup Cocoa powder
- As always, Preheat your oven to 350 Degrees.
- Get your paper liners and/or butter grease your pans if your not using silicone bake trays.
- Mix Batter until it is smooth and bubbly with air, your mix should be free of nasty flour clumps and ready to pour into your molds within 4 minutes by hand or about 60 seconds by machine (on high)
Whip up some spooky frosting!
You can also make your own frosting, and use some all natural food dye to add those creepy colors kids crave! Googly eyes, and black licorice go a long way for some spooky, tasty halloween treats that are sure to satisfy and school function, home party or even at the office.
Who needs an excuse for sugar free cupcakes :)
All you need to whip up your own frosting (Icing, Ganache)
1/4 Cup of Heavy cream (per color)
3 Oz Of Butter (not melted)
2 Oz O Unsweetened Shaved Bulk Chocolate
and then a third cup of agave
Then after heating the cream and agave together, stirring often until it comes to a boil.
shut off the heat source and add your shaved chocolate to the mix
stirring until the chocolate is completely melted.
This is where the fun begins, pour your chocolate cream mix into a bowl, then add in 1 tbsp of the unmelted butter at a time and work it into the mix until the icing becomes creamy
Repeat process for each color of frosting
Try this great tip:
By adding a little honey to the mix you can make frosting that stays in the shape you cast it, in other words spiders legs and squid's tentacles stay where you put them and don't fall apart like most store bought icing's.
Honey is a great natural sweetener for pies, cakes, teas and almost everything you use sugar for.
Substituting sugar and eggs is a great way to share share with other family members and seniors who may not be able to handle sugar or have allergies to those types of foods.
(Remember add the wet mix to the dry mix, the vinegar and baking soda are used in place of eggs for those with egg allergies, you can replace them with 2 egg whites from large eggs if you wish).