Learn how to make these easy blender chocolate cupcakes recipe. And make super moist, light and fluffy chocolate cupcakes at home within just 20 minutes.
This recipe is inspired by Emma Fontanella’s (@emmasgoodies) “1 Minute Blender Chocolate Cupcakes Recipe”. I just love all her recipes. And this particular recipe is fantastic! So simple to make and tastes amazing! Thank you so much Emma for these incredible recipes and for always inspiring people like me.😃
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Who should try this recipe?
If you are looking for a quick and easy chocolate cupcake recipe, that doesn’t involve a lot of steps like;
Beating butter or eggs separately.
Sifting dry ingredients in a different bowl.
Mixing both wet and dry ingredients until they are well combined.
Then this recipe is for you!
Why this recipe is good?
No fancy ingredients or equipment – In this recipe, you won’t be needing any fancy ingredients or equipment like a beater or whisk.
Quick and easy to make – Just add all the ingredients to a blender jar and pulse for 10 seconds.
Easy to pour – Pour the batter directly from the blender jar into lined cupcake moulds
Quick and easy to clean – You don’t have to clean multiple bowls.
Before measuring cocoa powder or all-purpose flour, whisk them with a fork, so that they are not packed.
Always add the liquid ingredients first in the blender jar, followed by the dry ingredients.
Always pour the lemon juice over the baking soda, so that it can react.
Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.
To clean the blender jar, fill it halfway with hot water and add a few drops of dish soap.
Close the lid and run the blender on high for one to two minutes.
Then pour the contents into the sink.
Rinse the jar and lid in the sink with warm water.
¼cupsugarI have added less sugar but you can add ½ to 1 cup
¾cup + 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
¾cupcocoa powdernot packed
Preheat the oven to 160-degree Celsius for 20 minutes. Line the cupcake moulds with liners.
To melt the butter, I took a 100g bar of butter and removed a thin slice. Added the rest of the butter to a microwave-safe bowl. Microwaved for 20-30 seconds.
Then in a blender jar, add milk, melted butter, egg, vanilla essence, sugar, salt, all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and lemon juice (pour it over the baking soda).
After that, close the lid and pulse 8-10 times. Remember you need to pulse and not blend.
If you have a pulse setting/button on your blender then just press that.
Otherwise, turn the blender on for 1 second and then turn it off, in quick bursts.
Pulse the cupcake batter 8-10 times. Then open the lid, and scrape the bottom and sides of the jar with a spatula. Avoid overmixing.
Pour the batter into the lined moulds. Fill the cupcake liners ¾ full.
Here for the first batch, I filled each liner ½ full. But they didn’t rise much. So for the second batch, I filled them ¾ full.
Bake in a preheated oven for 20-22 minutes.
After that insert a toothpick at the centre of the cupcake, if it comes out clean then they are done. Otherwise, bake for a couple more minutes. Remember not to overbake.
Allow them to cool down for 5 minutes. Then transfer them to a wire rack and allow them to cool down completely.
Once they have cooled down, pipe your favourite frosting over the cupcakes. Here I have used my easy vanilla frosting (no whipping cream), you can check that out.
Easy blender chocolate cupcakes are ready to serve!
Keyword chocolate cupcake recipe, Cupcake Recipe
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