Chocolate almond cupcakes are a version of my chocolate sponge cake that I tweaked it a bit by adding almond meal for a lovely texture and taste.
Observing life through the eyes of a child particularly your own child is a glorious way to rediscover the wonders of the world . Chocolate is one of those precious treasures that captivates people and leaves them enthralled & as they melt in ones mouth unfold the incredible taste of heaven. As a child I was not so keen on munching the dark brown or white bars of chocolate but seeing my little one’s passion and unfathomable love for chocolates ignited my taste buds. I am glad that I started loving the dark chocolates and the intense one are one of my favorite indulgences now.
Dark chocolate with more that 70 % to 80 % cocoa are rich in antioxidants and considered as a healthy treat How ever milk chocolates are often loaded with fats, sugar so if you have choice, having a decadent piece of dark chocolate is a better choice. But moderation always is the key.
On a recent trip to Australia, my son was thrilled to see the unending aisle of supermarket shelf inundated with chocolates and he insisted that we carry a bag full of those goodies and my husband a die hard fan of chocolates voted for his suggestions.
Apart from chocolates my son has also led me to discover how magnificent these little comic characters are and how crazy they make you, that you tend to possess them in every available shape and size.
These chocolate almond cupcakes are a version of my chocolate sponge cake that I tweaked it a bit by adding almond meal. The texture is dense and tastes delicious. I reckon a slightly healthy bite for the little appetites. Orange is one of the best paired combinations with chocolate and imparts a distinct zing to chocolates. So here comes the chocolate almond cupcakes with simple orange frostings
How to Bake Chocolate almond cupcakes