Black Bean Cupcakes

It was one of those rainy, cold days here today. I decided to do a little baking and catch up on my domestic chores. I’m proud to say there is no laundry that needs folding or putting away because yours truly finished it.

If that doesn’t call for a cupcake celebration, I don’t know what does. I used THIS RECIPE and changed just a few things.


I didn’t have a chance to go to the store, so I nixed the chocolate ganache and turned the cake into cupcakes (better for the babies to eat anyway). I iced half of them with the peanut butter icing and the other half with the regular ol’ Betty Crocker icing that the boys love (which was left over from Jacob’s birthday and is GF).


I’m happy to say Judah scarfed his down and Jacob, the ever sophisticated, politely asked for a fork but then proceeded to lean his face into the cupcake and take bites…a true boy.

Next time I make this, I will make sure I have the ingredients for the chocolate ganache, because as good as the peanut butter icing was, it definitely needed a little chocolate drizzle or two.

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