TWD- Chocolate Chocolate Cupcakes

I know you came here looking for something called Rugelach, but I missed last week’s TWD because of this, this and this and I really wanted to make them. And also, I didn’t so much want to make anything with raisins/currants and nuts. Although the cream cheese dough sounds pretty good.
I was actually planning on making these cupcakes for a Halloween party on Friday night, but I ran out of time/energy so I decided to make them for our missionary dinner guests tonight. These yummy diddies were chose by Clara (whose blog is so great, I might add). I love the pic in the book- so simple with silver dragees. I just topped mine with Heath bits. I was a little disppointed that my glaze wasn’t as shiny as the books, but they were still delicious!Here’s the recipe. And if you want to see some rugelach, go here!


9 thoughts on “TWD- Chocolate Chocolate Cupcakes

  1. CB says:

    Mmmm… toffee bits! Yummy! Glad you were able to make the cupcakes! Thanks for baking with me.Clara @ iheartfood4thought

  2. Beth says:

    I’m a fellow TWD baker, and I was thinking that it would be nice if we all could chip in and get Laurie some small token/gift for all the work she does. Would you be willing to contribute? If I can get enough people, it would only be about $1 per person. No pressure 🙂 Let me know!

  3. Pamela says:

    I guess I have some catching up to do on those cakes you made! Fantastic! Nice touch with the heath bits on top of the cupcakes.

  4. Anne says:

    Those look delicious with the toffee bits! Do try the rugelach when things slow down (and add the toffee… it softens perfectly!)

  5. Di says:

    I’m glad you enjoyed the cupcakes. I do recommend that you try the rugelach at some point–the great thing is that you can put whatever you want in them. =)

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