Ever enjoyed the taste of peanut butter and chocolate? Every pondered the extraordinary flavor of peanut butter and chocolate while unconsciously munching upon Reese’s Pieces?
It’s time for the Holidays! And with the holidays comes all sorts of fun baking in the kitchen. This recipe is one of those fun festive things to make for either Halloween or Thanksgiving, with customization options for how to decorate with candy corn or other things.
Candy Corn Cupcake recipe – – – PRINT
These Almond & Fruit Cupcakes are simple and fast to make, happen to be gluten-free, and hold very little sugar. This makes them quite versatile, and can be served primarily at breakfast, lunch, eaten even as an after-dinner light dessert, or just snacked on whenever (in moderation).
Enjoy with a topping of your favorite fruit jam.
I based this recipe off of the New York Times Food recipe for ‘Mini Almond Cakes’ which I really enjoyed but wanted to make my own recipe, and make it a little differently. I added egg yolks in addition to the usual fluffy egg white–but not before also fluffing the egg yolks with some confectioners sugar.
The cool thing about these Almond cupcakes is that they are automatically gluten-free, as they use almond meal instead of flour. They also do not use a ton of sugar and taste light, and go especially well with the sweeter fruit jam on the top. Enjoy!
Almond & Fruit Cupcakes Recipe – – – – – PRINT