These Self-Frosting Nutella Cupcakes are magical; they essentially frost themselves. No need to frost-fuss over these Nutella cupcakes. These baby cakes are tender, easy to make, and even taste like magic.
Unbelievably, I’m writing part of this post from a local bar and grill, while sipping red wine. Never beer, only wine. But that’s another tale for another space.
The bit about blogging in an edgy bar isn’t what’s so unbelievable. No.
We are here watching a live podcast with a quirky 4-person panel. But it’s not even the funky live podcast that’s so bizarre.
It’s the fact that taking the stage is — wait for it — a theological debate. Yo, what?! Yeah. A full on, legit, deeply theological debate… in a crowded bar.
This debate is clearly so intriguing to the public that there’s literally standing room only. It’s no small room, either. This situation is both weird and wildly cool. #pastorgreg and #breakingtherules.
Intriguing, weird, and wildly cool are words that also describe these Self-Frosting Nutella Cupcakes. (How was that for a segue? I tried.)
These baby cakes [almost] do all the work by themselves..
When else can you make cupcakes that need no frosting? No need to fuss with buttercream or any cream. No messy, smeary spatula needed.
Simply mix up an easy batter, swirl in that addiction-inducing Nutella, and let the cupcakes do their magic. It’ll happen.
What emerges is unicorn-worthy.
You’ll get a yummy, tender batch of mouthwatering cupcakes. They’re as delicious as they are pretty.
Sprinkles are optional, but highly encouraged for a happy burst of color.
Perfect for parties, family, and friends. And unicorns.
Did you catch this earlier?
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Lovin’ those baby cakes…