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Oh wow. Truffles inside? So awesome!
Dorothy, they. Are. Awesome!! Lol
Genious! And EVIL!
Oh my goodness! These must be the best cupcakes ever!
I Need These Immediately! They look amazingly delicious - I love Lindor Truffles.Thanks for sharing the recipe. Visiting from Craftionary link up - Have a wonderful weekend:)
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Oh my - this must just be true goodness. Love it.
I LOVE Lindor truffle! This could be big trouble!!
Thanks guys! They are definitely a MUST try! Especially since you can make them with any truffles you like!
Yum! These look incredible!
ALL I CAN SAY IS YUMMY!!! I JUST RETURNED TO 5 YEAR OLD ME!! I WILL BE TRYING THESE FOR SURE!!
This maybe a silly question but I was going to make these today and the cupcakes in the picture are chocolate but the recipe doesn't show any? Unless I am missing it which is totally possible :)
Oh my gosh there should be 3/4 cup cocoa powder after the flour. I'm so sorry I forgot to add it in!! I will change it now thak you for saying something!!
Thank you!! Can't wait to try them! I am putting salted caramel on top with the milk chocolate truffle and chocolate cupcake OMG Can't wait!
That sounds amazing! Let me know how they turn out!!
Ok - you need to make the (makes 22-24) MUCH biiger - AND you need to say you need 24 truffles. I didn't see the tiny makes 22-24 (which underestimates the batter, I think) and saw that you only called for 12 truffles. I read through the recipe and you put one truffle per cupcake and thought this was for 12 cupcakes. It wasn't until I had started doubling the batter (and it was too late) that I realized this had to make more than 12 cupcakes. I ended up with 24 over-full cupcakes and 12 overfull Jumbo cupcakes. Those all didn't even fit in my over at one time so the last 6 jumbo had to be baked separately. The batter tasted good uncooked. They are in the oven now, but over-flowing because I was trying to get everything to fit.I picked this recipe because it's a homemade cake (whereas all the others I found for lindor truffle cupcakes used a boxed mix as a base). I think they'll be good, but a pain to get out of the pans. Please resize your "servings" and say 24 - 30 cupcakes as I think I would have gotten at least 28 cupcakes that were properly filled. Otherwise, I think these will be excellent cupcakes.I shall be using a dark chocolate butter cream frosting as I used the mint chocolate truffles.
The finished cupcakes were a huge success - the cake recipe is very good (but I used a different frosting than listed here). Just be aware that this recipe makes about 30 cupakes :)