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on November 8, 2012


These little beauties really don’t need any frosting… they’re pretty tasting all on their own.

I was so pleased that these turn out so well!  Coconut flour is not the easier flour to bake with, but it’s so good (thank you Edward & Sons!)!

You’ll need…

  • 2/3c of ‘let’s do…organic’ coconut flour
  • 1/4c of ‘green & black’s’ organic cocoa powder
  • 1tsp of baking soda
  • 1c of ‘native forest’ organic unsweeteend coconut milk (i removed the solid cream from the top of the can and use that for a chocolate mousse recipe – i gavethe remainder of the liquid a bit of a stir before measuring out one cup)
  • 5 beaten organic eggs
  • 1/4c of agave
  • a generous splash of vanilla

Mix all of the above together and scoop the batter into muffin/cupcake pans.

We made six ‘regular’ sized cuppins and twelve ‘mini’ sized… some for the big kids and some for the small ones.  🙂

Bake for approximately twenty minutes in a moderate oven.

Cool and enjoy!


3 responses to “Cuppins!

  1. Corina says:

    YUM! Can’t wait to give these a try!

  2. Thanks for posting this recipe. Sounds delicious and I have all the ingredients! Seriously how often does that happen? I’ve trying to figure out what to do with the coconut flour I bought a few weeks ago. I was going to try and make some shortbread with it. I get lots of requests for gluten free so I’ll definitely be giving these a try.

    • Simply Dish says:

      Thanks for droppin’ in!
      I’ve found coconut flour a little difficult to incorporate, but we’re working on a few more recipes – it’s SO good!
      Looking forward to hearing how they turn out! 🙂

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