"This is by far the richest chocolate cupcake I've ever made! Adapted this recipe from a brownie recipe I found on the internet and tweaked it a bit to fit my taste." — ZAKIAH
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Used good-quality 77% dark chocolate and I really can't say it was bland. A tad dry perhaps, but not bland. Adjusted it for high altitude (9,500 ft), turned out fine. My daughter and I had a blast decorating with chocolate butter icing and red M&Ms. Needs the icing, definitely. Not a fudgy cupcake, decidedly cake-y.
This turned into a dry, sticky, hot mess! I will not make again. when we were making the batter it was so sticky that we joked it was chocolate glue. they did not turn out well.
Followed the directions, and the cupcakes came out very very dry. I would agree the flavor is quite bland and the texture was quite disappointing. I wouldn't call them cupcakes, they remind me more of bad brownies. Would not make this recipe again.
Pretty easy to make and nice and rich. I would agree that it is a little bland, but I'll try frosting to give it some more zing. They only yielded 18 cupcakes for me, not 24.
good texture but the flavour is a bit bland
I think these turn out great, but makes better brownies than cupcakes; as cupcakes, they are just too heavy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rich Chocolate Cupcake
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 101
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