Guinness Chocolate cupcakes with Dulce de leche filling & Dulce de leche buttercream frosting.
Seems Guinness is popular all of a sudden. I wonder why???
Now in my household we do not need St. Pattys to enjoy guinness.
There are always a few bottles stocked in the fridge. The ol’man is a fan, me… not so much.
But I do use it in some cooking and I make a little interesting drink … I will be posting later.
Anyway for a first time Guinness cupcake maker .. I thought it was nice … not grreat but nice … it worked well of course with the dulce .. but then again what doesn’t.
I cut a cone shape out of the middle of the cupcake and filled it with homemade dulce.
Genius .. I know.
I mean I could just leave the cupcake like this … I can poke my tongue in the middle .. .and call it a day.
Yes you can picture that … quite attractive indeed
Ahhhh Dulce de leche … the things dreams are made of … creamy … sweet.
It definitely changed the cupcakes entirely. Gave them an added punch they needed.
I drizzled some lightened dulce sauce on top.
I might have had like
10 2 … delicious!
The cupcakes were nice and moist and had the strong Guinness flavor.
Guinness Cupcake recipe here.
Dulce de Leche Filling (Homemade dulce, made by submerging condensed milk cans unopened in water in the slow cooker for about 8 hrs on low)
Dulce de leche buttercream
- 1/4 cup Dulce de Leche
- 1/2 cup butter (1 stick)
- 4 cups powdered sugar
- Pinch of salt
- 2 Tbs Whole milk (or more)
- In a mixer with paddle attachment, add butter and dulce de leche.
- Beat on medium till smooth.
- Add powdered sugar a cup at a time.
- Add a pinch of salt.
- Drizzle in the milk a little at a time.
- Beat for about 2 minutes.
- Spread over the cupcakes or decorate as desired- I used tip 4B Wilton