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Recipe of Oatmeal and Chocolate Cupcakes

Oatmeal and Chocolate Cupcakes

40 mins
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Something different and fun to prepare for our children, and thus take into account the fun with the healthy.
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12 portions
  • 160 grams whole wheat flour
  • 40 grams oats, in flakes
  • 100 grams brown sugar, or white to taste
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
  • 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoons yeast
  • 50 milliliters olive oil
  • 100 milliliters milk
  • 200 milliliters whipped cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon curd, powdered
  • blue food coloring
  • almonds


Put the eggs in a bowl with the sugar, beat until they whiten a little (do not need to double the volume).
Next we add oats, baking soda, yeast and cocoa. We beat to integrate everything. We add the oil and beat again.
Now add the flour and milk alternating and beating between each addition (flour, beat, milk, beat, flour, beat ...).
Once we have the ready mass we throw it in our capsules (and these inside some rigid mold, I use the disposable flares that sell in the "Chinese").
And we take the oven to 180º (preheated) for about 15 minutes. When pricking with a skewer it should come out without the remains of a liquid mass. Once they are done we take them out and let them cool on a rack (without the flaneras).
For the coverage, we put the cold cream in a bowl, we add the sugar and the curd and beat with the electric rods until it forms strong peaks.
When it is well assembled we add the coloring and stir with a tongue of cat being careful not to lower the cream, add dye to get the color that we like.
We put the cream in a pastry bag and reserve in the fridge. By the way, I did not decorate them all, I decorated some 7, if you're going to decorate them all, double the amount of coverage.
Chunks of almonds are added to the cover.


For snack and party.


NOTE: the curd: This I use it so that the cream is harder and does not get off with the passage of the hours. Normally I use milk powder, if you have, add one or two tablespoons of milk powder, or if you have gelatin powder as well, a cuc

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Ratings (3)
Silvia Antonio Varillas
13/05/2014 10:41:22
Hola Silvia, la cuajada es un producto lácteo que sirve para fermentar. La consigues en polvo en tiendas de repostería o panaderías. Si no la consiguieras te recomendamos usar un poco de grenetina unicamente para dar consistencia. Saludos
Silvia Antonio Varillas
16/04/2014 09:00:54
A través de Android Disculpen pero qué es la cuajada dónde la consigo?
maria lira
19/02/2014 13:38:20
SE antoja La probare muy pronto ,me encanta:)

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