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Black Forest-Stuffed Cupcakes

Black Forest-Stuffed Cupcakes recipe
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These are yummy, easy to make and look impressive. Everyone at church really like them.
posted by
Zoeaf
on 7/26/2011
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
7/26/2011
These are yummy, easy to make and look impressive. Everyone at church really like them.
posted:
1/7/2011
definitely!! Would alter amounts by using less to fill cupcake papers. I used vanilla whipped frosting and was delicious!! Gave to neighbors for holiday treat along with other homemade goodies. One asked for recipe! :)
posted:
12/29/2010
These were ok. The measurements for filling the cupcakes were way off. If you follow the directions, your cupcakes will be filled to the brim, overflow and look horrible. Even when I did the second half of the batch using only a tablespoon of batter initially, they turned out just ok. Good idea, just not the right recipe. Won’t make these again.
posted:
2/7/2010
I really enjoyed this recipe and so did everyone else! They were gone by the end of the evening..... I did change a few things; I only used a Tbs of batter followed by a 1/2 Tbs of cream cheese and filling EACH, then about a Tbs (or up to 2 Tbs) to top off the cupcake....then cooked at 350 for 30 min (however just remember ovens do vary) finished by piping on some cream cheese frosting and topped with 2-3 cherries (I found that if you track how much you used it did finish off the can for all the cupcakes, but there was not any extra left). Overall, I would say a very nice and enjoyable recipe that will stick with our family!
posted:
12/14/2009
These were a hit! I used a devils food cake mix, and used less batter and filling per cupcake than the recipe called for and got 24 good cupcakes. I also used store-bought cream cheese frosting instead of Cool Whip. Piped it on to look nicer. And my niece helped decorate with Christmas sprinkles instead of extra cherries on top. Ended up with festive cupcakes that traveled well, displayed nicely and then vanished!
posted:
7/25/2009
My family loved these cupcakes! I used 1 TBSP, about 1.5 tsp of cream cheese, 3 cherries and topped with the remaining mix like someone suggested. They came out the best when you center the cream cheese on the cupcake. I also used fat-free cream cheese and light pie filling and they came out fine! However, I would suggest eating them with a fork. Also, keep them refridgerated and they last very well.
posted:
5/28/2009
They didn't look very good, very overflowing even though I tried to be exact when putting the cherries and cream cheese mixture, boyfriend liked them but they were for his birthday and I'm sure he just appeciated the gesture.
posted:
4/26/2009
I made this a few times. One of my husbands favorites.
posted:
4/8/2009
I thought these were just ok - not spectacular. I did some measurement alterations that made them the perfect size: put 1 TBSP cake batter on the bottom, followed by 1-2 tsp cream cheese, 3 cherries, and 1 TBSP cake mix. This made 24 cupcakes. If you want cherries for garnish, you'll need to buy another can of them.
posted:
4/2/2009
perfect
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