Saturday, November 28, 2015

Project: sugarfree CUPcake

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Lately I feel like baking ‘healthy’. Especially after baking the French macarons here, because macarons are really full of sugar. And today’s recipe will hopefully balance it out because it’s sugarfree! All sweeten by bananas.

It’s sugarfree cupcake baked in cups! There, that really put the name is justice right? To make it more exciting in flavour, I have added blueberries. Deliciously sour!

I have also added chocolate chips in my 2nd batch but this will no longer make the cupcake sugarfree of course so be cautious!
I hope you guys try them out! The texture is really fluffy. Kind of between a muffin and cupcake texture.
NL

Ik wilde even 'gezond' gaan bakken. Vooral na het bakken van de Franse macarons hier, want macarons zitten bomvol suiker. En het recept van vandaag zal dat hopelijk beetje balanceren, want hij is namelijk suikervrij! 100% gezoet door bananen.

Het suikervrije recept: cupcake gebakken in theecups! Dit geeft de naam toch extra gerechtigheid nietwaar? Om de cakejes nog ietjes spannender te maken, heb ik bosbessen toegevoegd. Lekker!

Voor de 2e partij cakejes heb ik pure chocolade druppels toegevoegd, maar dit zal de cupcake niet meer suikervrij maken, dus let op! Ik hoop dat jullie het uitproberen! De textuur is erg zacht: tussen de muffin en cupcake textuur in.

The Recipe*
2 ripe banana's 
100 gr cake flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 egg + yolk 
1 cap of vanilla essence 
pinch of salt
40 gr coconut oil (melted)
¼ cup of blueberries 
* sugarfree, yields 6 



No longer sugarfree when...

... when you add or replace it with chocolate drops! But still a great alternative and still low fat. 

So fluffy texture



The steps
  1. Pre-heat oven to 160°C. Mush the banana's and blits them in a blender until liquid and smooth and no lumps!
  2. Beat the egg and the yolk and add in the banana mixture + the vanilla essence and the completely melted coconut oil and combine it well together with a whisk. 
  3. Combine the cake flour + baking powder and add in the banana mixture. Lastly add the blueberries.
  4. Pour in ovenproof cups or just in regular paper cups. Bake for about 25 minutes.

8 comments :

  1. Pfttt, if I'm having cupcakes, I'll gladly take it with sugar! But it's still nice to know that they're a healthy version out there :P Maybe I'll eat these for breakfast and then have the sugary ones for dessert. That's a balanced meal, right? ;P -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  2. Mmmmm wow they look so good :)))

    http://sbr-fashion-fashion.blogspot.com/

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  3. This is so cute! Must try it soon. :)

    xx Mackenzie

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  4. I would prefer the sugarfree version..getting old, can't afford to take too many sweet stuff.

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  5. Mmmm, dit ziet er geweldig lekker uit! Leuk ook, zo in die theekopjes!!

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  6. Those looks so cute and yummy! I love the sugar free recipes.

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  7. This looks so cute and delicious !!

    Sara,
    www.thecrimeofashion.com

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