Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Oreos Yogurt Cupcakes

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Oreos Yogurt Cupcakes
This recipe is actually for a healthier version (aka lesser fat) classic butter cake. However, it is pretty versatile and you can play with it to make it into variations according to ones liking. For this cake, I used the recipe here since it comes with much rave from the baker/blogger. And rightly so for this cupcake turns out to be so soft and fluffy with bits and pieces of oreos throughout. If you want to have more bite, just chop the oreos into chunks but if you want a finer texture, then just crush it into fine crumbs. I combined both. You might want to up the sugar level particularly if you are serving to kids.

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The lady dons a hat
Looks like the cupcake is wearing a hat. So fashionable!


tankiasu said...

Yummm...very tempting indeed!

Kay said...

oreo looks like a good hat for the cupcake...hehe

MeiyeN said...

wow oh wow........ i am drooling!!!! thanks for da recipe... hope that i have da time to try it out soon! i've been so lazy lately that it has been months since i last baked.. :(

Precious Pea said...

Wow...yummy...and looks cute too! Next time can order from you ar?

myCoffee said...

Hi tankiasu,
That's part of the intention, you see...hehe

Hi kay,
It sure does. ;-)

Hi meiyen,
Do try it. Rather simple and straightforward recipe.

Hi precious pea,
No need to order, I'll give it to you for free. Satisfaction (not) guaranteed....haha

Ellena Mummy said...

Wow.. i had just give this cake a try... and it really...good....:)

Wendy said...

hmm...I've failed in this recipe. Still can't get it right for muffins. Turn out to be gummy and sticks to my teeth. Could it be that I've stirred too much? Would you know?

myCoffee said...

Hi Wendy,
Sorry to hear about this. Yes, over-mixing comes to mind when one describes a cake as having a tough&chewy texture although I am not sure if this is 100% the case here. All I can say is just follow the recipe closely and practice makes perfect. Good luck! :)