Sugared Brown Butter Vanilla Bean Popcorn Chocolate Cupcakes

These "Sugared Brown Butter Vanilla Bean Popcorn Chocolate Cupcakes" are like nothing you've seen before, a cupcake topped with popcorn, these are sure to be a hit wherever they go! Your guests will have so much cupcake they almost won't know what to do with them.

This original and amazing sugared brown butter vanilla bean popcorn chocolate cupcakes recipes has three parts, the cupcakes, the popcorn and the brown butter vanilla bean frosting recipe. For the brown butter vanilla bean frosting recipe you will need softened butter, heavy cream, packed brown sugar, powdered sugar, vanilla bean scraped out and some vanilla. For the popcorn part of the recipe you will need some air popped popcorn, butter, kosher salt, brown sugar, vanilla and melted chocolate chips. To start preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then in the bowl of a stand mixer or large mixing bowl combine the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, salt and sugar. Whisk these ingredients together to combine. In a small bowl add the milk, egg, canola oil and vanilla extract. Stir lightly and then add to the flour mixture. Beat until the ingredients are well combined and then add the warm coffee. Beat well, until the mixture is very smooth then line a muffin tin with liners and add the cupcake batter to each cup. Bake for approximately 15-18 minutes. Let the cupcakes cool completely before you begin frosting them. While the cupcakes bake you can make the frosting. To start the frosting add some butter to a small saucepan and heat over medium heat. Whisk constantly until brown bits appear on the bottom, approximately 5-6 minutes, then immediately remove from the heat and add the cream and brown sugar. Return the mixture to the heat and bring to a boil, boil for one minute. Remove from the heat and add to the bowl of a stand mixer. Stir in the vanilla bean seeds and allow to cool for fifteen minutes.

This recipe site is created by Tieghan, who has been reading food blogs since she was 13. She began cooking at the age of 15, soon after her mom had her little sister, Asher. At first she and her dad took turns making dishes but she loved seeing the reactions from her parents and siblings and eventually she took over full-time. The kitchen has since become her domain and she not only make all the meals there, but stocks it as well. And when she says stock the kitchen she really means it. Five picky brothers, a little sister and two busy parents all make up her family.

Cupcakes are always a great addition to dessert tables, bake sales and school lunches. Typically cupcakes use the same basic ingredients as do cakes with butter, sugar, eggs, and flour. Most any recipe that works for a layer cake can be used to bake cupcakes. The cake batter used for cupcakes may be flavored or have other ingredients stirred in, such as berries, nuts, or chocolate chips. The small size of a cupcake make it more efficient for heat conduction, so making them bake is much quicker than a normal layered cake would take. Cupcakes may be topped with all sorts of tasty frostings and cake decorations. They may be filled with yummy frostings, fruits, or pastry creams. Some bakers will insert a pastry bag in the middle of the cupcake to add fillings. Elaborately decorated cupcakes may be made for special occasions, such as birthday parties, and any holiday.

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