When your cupcake recipe is not as decadent as usual bacause it is made with bananas, greek yoghurt and CSR lite sugar, we think the toppings can be a little naughty! See our recipe below for banana cupcakes with honey cream frosting and caramelised pecans.
185g unsalted butter, softened
1 cup CSR lite sugar
2 ½ cups self raising flour
½ tsp bicarb soda
¾ cup greek yoghurt
2 tbsp maple syrup
3 overripe bananas, mashed
HONEY CREAM CHEESE FROSTING
250g cream cheese, softened
3 tbsp honey
¼ cup CSR icing sugar
½ cup pecans
¼ cup CSR brown sugar
2 tbsp water
1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Line 24 hole muffin tray with paper cases.
2. Beat butter & sugar with electric beaters til light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition.
3. Combine yoghurt, maple syrup and mashed bananas together. Sift flour and bicarb soda together. Fold flour mixture alternatively with banana mixture into butter mixture until just combined.
4. Divide mixture between prepared cases. Bake for 15 minutes until a skewer comes out clean when inserted into centre of cupcake. Cool on wire rack.
1. Beat cream cheese with electric mixer until smooth. Add honey and icing sugar, beat until smooth and fluffy. Pipe generous amounts of frosting onto each cupcake.
1. Add brown sugar and water to medium pan. Cook over medium heat until sugar dissolves and mixture bubbles.
2. Add pecans & cook for 3-4 minutes, stirring to ensure pecans are evenly coated. Be careful not to burn sugar or pecans.
3. Remove from heat & pour onto baking paper. Separate pecans with a fork. Cool completely. Top each cupcake with a caramelised pecan. Enjoy!
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I wanted to make breakfast banana muffins for my daughter because it can be hard to shuttle out the door to get to preschool. Plus, I wanted a decent afternoon snack for her which she inevitably needs. I also really didn’t want to bust out the baking essentials so I made this make shift option, and it’s awesome! 🤤 .
Here’s the recipe from today’s IG story; super quick and easy muffins:
➖ @krusteaz oat bran muffin mix ➖3 ripe bananas ➖2 large carrots, zested or shredded ➖ 1/4 cup avocado oil @chosenfoods ➖1 cup water 〰️optional add 1/4 cup of nut butter〰️ Bake at 400° for 18 minutes.
Slather with some butter or nut butter 😋
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Warning: These are not the average cake pops. That being said they are delicious and a happy accident to a cookie I was attempting to make. I set out to try to find how to make “pesche con cream,” and I didn’t like how they turned out so I was left with the filling for the cookie which was a dulce de leche cream. I figured why waste, so I attempted cake balls and surprisingly they worked!
This was my first ever attempt to cake pops and let me tell you, I probably should have watched a youtube tutorial on how to use candy melt, because I pretty much wasted a ton of money. That stuff is not the easiest to work with. These honestly are super easy to make and really delicious and unfortunately not good for you at all. That’s why I fed them to my coworkers muahaha! The ingredients are listed below, try them out!
1 stick softened butter
1 can/bottle 11oz of dulce de leche
Vanilla cake ( I made a small portion from scratch, but you can use a box)
Candy melt (white, vanilla flavored)
In a medium bowl, whip the butter until you get a light white color. Add the dulce de leche and whip until combined.
Then crumble the cake in, these are very basic instructions, because honestly, I was winging it. I use a whole cake from an 8 inch pan and half of another. It all depends how you want it, the consistency I was looking for was moldable but not dry.
Form the dough into balls, freeze for 1 hour. Then using lollipop sticks, insert them in the balls then dip in the candy melt. Let them sit to form.