Sunday, March 28, 2010

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Chocolate Cupcakes

I am a little behind in posts. My baby was bit by a stray cat this weekend and now we are on a massive manhant trying to catch this cat, so my baby does not need Rabies shots. I have a trap set up as a I am posting. Please, wish us luck.

I wanted to make my baby feel better...sooo

What could taste better then a chocolate cupcake filled with oooey and gooey chocolate chip cookie dough.


These babies are a little time consuming, but sooo worth it!Trust me! :)


THE COOKIE DOUGH



2cps flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
pinch salt

1 1/2 sticks of butter
3/4 cp. brown sugar
3/4 cp. vanilla sugar
1 1/2 TB. PURE Vanilla
1 egg and 1 egg yolk
2 cps. chocolate chips

You will make these like regular chocolate chip cookies.
1. Sift the baking soda, flour, and salt. set aside
2. Cream the butter and sugars. When fluffy add the vanilla and eggs. Cream together and then slowly add the dry ingredients. Add the chocolate chips.
3. Using a rounded tablespoon form the balls of cookie dough and then freeze for 2 hours.

THE CUPCAKE


1 box of Chocolate Fudge Cake
3 eggs
1 1/4 cps. water
1/2 cp. oil

1. Combine the ingredients. Put the batter in the cupcake liners. Put a frozen cookie dough into the center of the cupcake batter.
2. Bake on 350 for 20 minutes and then cool....:)



This is what you get..Absolute incredible and deliciousness!!!!

THE ICING


1/2 cp. unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 cp. milk
1/4 cp. melted butter
1 tsp. pure vanilla
3/4 cp. sugar

1 cp. chocolate chips

1. Mix while it is warm and let cool. Top on the cupcakes. Then top with the chocolate chips!!



Eat! Eat! Eat!

23 comments:

  1. What a fright, I do so hope you quickly catch the cat and that no rabies shots are needed. The only thing to do while you wait and worry is to enjoy those cookie cupcakes!
    Best Wishes

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  2. O MY what a sinful chocolate treat! Cookie dough as a filling sounds really wonderful!

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  3. Miranda...that's is so sinfully decadent. Cookie cupcakes ! Great combo and thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  4. Sorry about your babygirl! Hope you catch that cat!
    ~ingrid

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  5. Hi Miranda,
    I hope your baby is feeling better.

    Chocolate, that's just what I need right now. The icing on your cupcakes looks so good.

    Alba H. Rodriguez

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  6. Oh, were you able to catch the cat? I'm so sorry to hear about the bite and hope your baby is alright. And hopefully, these delicious cupcakes helped to ease the fright and pain a bit. 8-)

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  7. I hope you've since caught the cat! These would sure comfort me - the cookie dough in the middle is genius. They look crazy good, like everything you make!

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  8. Miranda,
    I have a gift award for you. Pls do drop buy to pick it up at your convenience :))

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  9. I know these oooey-gooey chocolate cupcakes would make me feel better. Delicious.

    I hope you have found the stray cat.

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  10. WOW!!! these are a must try for any chocolate lover.
    Come by and visit I have an AWARD for you.
    Geri

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  11. I've been following your facebook updates about that deranged cat! I hope you've found it by now. So sorry you've had to go through this :( On a lighter note... these chocolate cupcakes are killer!! Oh man, they looks so good!

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  12. Clever and so gorgeous! Dang, I want one of these right now!

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  13. Wow and yum! Love the look of these and they look like something fun and easy to make with the little one. :)

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  14. I would love to try these. Two of my favorite things. Is there something different about the cookie dough that would not let me cheat and use store bought?

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  15. So I made these today (although I didn't try them - trying to be healthier!) and my boyfriend LOVES them. And he's a very picky eater! So apparently, these are amazing, decadent, and delicious - just like they look and smell! Thanks so much!

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  16. is it okay to freeze the cookie dough for a longer period of time?

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  17. These look amazing!! I cook at a church youth group for 50+ kids. I am sure they would love these!! Will be added to my list of recipes to try.

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  18. Just made these tonight at the request of a friend for a club meeting. I didn't have time to freeze the dough and I didn't use the frosting but they're still amazing and delicious. Thanks so much.

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  19. I made these tonight for a dinner party. I didn't have chocolate cake mix so I made them with yellow cake and added chocolate chips to the mix. It was absolutely delicious, thank you for sharing them!
    P.S. I hope you caught the cat, and that your baby is okay!

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  20. So I made this cupcakes for a blog that I am doing. I added a pic of yours and a link to your site. I hope you dont mind and if you do just let me know and I'll take it off of my site. If you wanna check it out its at http://makeyourownadventures.blogspot.com/2012/05/delicious-ness.html. And they were AMAZING!!!! By the way. :D

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