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Cherry Ripe Cupcakes (Gluten Free)

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24 piece(s)

  • Filling:
  • 100 g m glace cherries
  • 50 gm desiccated coconut
  • 20-30 ml of coconut cream
  • Cake
  • 250 g dark chocolate
  • 250 g m almonds (or any other nut like macadamia, hazelnuts etc)
  • 150 g Butter, softened
  • 150 g raw sugar
  • 100 g m glace cherries
  • 50 gm desiccated coconut
  • 30-40 ml coconut cream
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 T cocoa
  • ½ T baking powder
  • Ganache
  • 150 gm dark choc
  • 80 g cream, (or 50 ml milk)
  • 6
    Preparation 15min
  • 7
  • 8
    Appliance TM 31 image
    Recipe is created for
    TM 31

Recipe's preparation


    1.       Put Filling ingredients in TMX bowl and pulse until combined and the mixture can stick together but the cherries are still chunky. Set aside.2.        Put nuts and chocolate in TMX bowl and grind for 20-30 secs on Speed 7. 3.       Add the rest of the cake ingredients and mix together on Speed 6 for 30 secs.4.       Pour approx a heaped tablespoon into each cupcake pan. Put a 5 cent piece rough ball (just squish it into shape) of filling into the middle of each cupcake. The ball doesn’t need to be round just compact the filling into a roundish shape.sites/en.community.thermomix.com/files/IMG_0082_0.jpg5.       Pour over another heaped tablespoon to cover the ball. If there  is more cake mix at the end distribute it amongst the cakes.sites/en.community.thermomix.com/files/IMG_0084.JPG6.       Bake for 20 mins at 160 degree fan forced7.       Cool then ice with ganache (melt chocolate in the cream or milk for 2mins at 50 degrees, let it sit for 10 mins to thicken then ice cakes)sites/en.community.thermomix.com/files/IMG_0088.JPG





If there is some filling mix left over after making the filling balls then you can add it to the ganache or just eat it out of the bowl!


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  • Ultra decadent! They got my

    Submitted by T-Arne on 10. June 2014 - 20:12.

    Ultra decadent! They got my dads nod of approval, and that's not easy  tmrc_emoticons.;) I used a 12 regular sized muffin tray because I thought it made 24 mini ones, but had leftover mixture so not sure if my assumption was correct!

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  • These are sooooooooo good!

    Submitted by sevenhuysens on 19. August 2013 - 22:00.

    These are sooooooooo good! Highly recommend, thanks for posting!

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  • Awesome recipe! Makes the

    Submitted by Anirak21 on 26. November 2012 - 00:07.

    Big Smile Awesome recipe! Makes the right kind of impression with guests, and my 5yo was able to help put them together. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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  • These are the best, i made

    Submitted by poonce7 on 4. July 2012 - 16:06.

    These are the best, i made them for Easter and my dad ate 3 within a few minutes.His birthdays coming up soon so guess what cake he's having!  Big Smile

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  • Oh my goodness!  These little

    Submitted by wileyclan on 7. March 2012 - 19:19.

    Oh my goodness!  These little cakes are delicious!  Thankyou so much for this recipe - they were a huge hit.  I have had a few disasters with my gluten free cooking of late and was a little deflated but not anymore.  My mum is newly diagnosed celiac and it was lovely to be able to share morning tea with the whole family and mum not having to miss out.  Will most certainly be making these again.

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  • These look incredibly

    Submitted by My Kitchen Robot on 16. January 2011 - 11:32.

    These look incredibly decadent but delicious! Thanks for the recipe, I'm adding it to my favourites.


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  • I think dried cherries or

    Submitted by guest on 7. January 2011 - 01:24.

    I think dried cherries or even cranberries would be awesome in this!

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  • Hi Jo (I think its Jo?)yes I

    Submitted by theweewelshone on 6. January 2011 - 21:52.

    Hi Jo (I think its Jo?)

    yes I think you could certainly use frozen or tinned (drained) or even fresh this time of year. I used glace to mimic the Cherry Ripe chocolate bar flavour. I think Raspberry would be awesome too tmrc_emoticons.)



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  • YUMMMMM!!!!!  This is my kind

    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 6. January 2011 - 20:38.

    YUMMMMM!!!!!  This is my kind of recipe - thank you!!  I wonder if I could use frozen or tinned cherries though, instead of glace, as I like them better?   tmrc_emoticons.)

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