Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes

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How creative is this idea to make this Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes recipe which is just as good as the traditional Boston Cream Pie recipe. You're going to love this rendition because of the excellent pastry cream filling and the most delicious chocolate ganache that sits on top of these vanilla cupcakes. You just cannot eat one cupcake and be satisfied. You’re bound to ask for more by all means. The cupcakes are moist and light-as-feather because the recipe uses the creaming method of combining butter and sugar together. Always keep in mind when working the creaming method it is important to beat the two ingredients until the sugar completely blends with the butter. If the sugar is still crusty, the cupcakes might not be as fluffy and end up having a crusty texture of sugar coating on top which is not a pleasant sight.

This recipe is one of the easy cupcake recipes and a perfect treat for any occasion including birthdays or anniversaries. It's an absolute fun dessert to make any time you want to make fun snacks for kids. Cupcakes that are made from scratch add a wonderful flavor compared to a boxed cake mix. Since everything in this recipe is made from scratch, it is well worth the efforts to achieve the authentic flavors. Easy cupcake recipes always pave the way for serving unique dessert options and set the mood right leaving your guests asking for more. This easy and delicious dessert also makes for a great cupcake birthday cake.

Some important tips to keep in mind when baking cupcakes are, using quality ingredients in the batter to get that luscious depth of flavor. If you’re on a budget, then prioritize your list of recipe ingredients based on the most important baking supplies to the least important ones and purchase the quality baking ingredients for the recipe accordingly. Using a quality vanilla extract will impact the flavor to a large extent. Always buy the best vanilla extract preferably, organic vanilla extract with no additives like corn syrup. Make sure not to overfill the paper liners with the cupcake batter. Always fill the cupcake liners until 2/3 full to ensure that the batter does not spill. Use a measuring ladle to fill the liners instead of eyeballing. Make sure to bring the ingredients to room temperature to avoid lumps in the cupcakes. If the main ingredients like eggs and butter are still cold, let them sit until they reach room temperature before you start baking. Don’t let the cupcakes cool for longer than a few minutes in the baking pan. The heat from the pan can cause them to overcook and dry them out.

Thank you to Lindsay at the Life, Love and Sugar food blog for sharing this flavorful Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes recipe with us. Do visit Lindsay's blog for more quick dessert recipes or other easy cupcake recipes. This cupcakes recipe is an easy and delicious dessert. Make them soon for your loved ones!

Nutrition Facts for: Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes from Life, Love and Sugar
Ingredients: Unsalted butter, sugar, sour cream, vanilla extract, eggs, flour, baking powder, salt, milk, water, cornstarch, chocolate chips, light corn syrup, heavy whipping cream.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 14 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 383, Calories from Fat 182, Total Fat 20.2g 31%, Saturated Fat 11.6g 58%, Cholesterol 70mg 23%, Sodium 87mg 4%, Potassium 135mg 4%, Carbohydrates 45.9g 15%, Dietary Fiber 2.0g 8%, Sugars 32.6g, Protein 5.3g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 8%, Iron 17%

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