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Friday, 8 September 2006

Peanut Butter Cupcake

Sometime last year, the food blogsphere was bombarded with scores of Donna Hay's Peanut Butter Cupcake so much so that Barbara of Winosandfoodies.com started off Hay Hay Its Donna Day event with this Peanut Butter Cupcake recipe. Check out the gorgeous cupcakes in her roundup.

At that time, I was pretty busy with work and all, so I didn't have the time to bake any for the event. I got acquainted with the recipe again after I've gotten Donna Hay's Modern Classic's Book 2. I've made these cupcakes long ago in 2 different batches but never gotten the chance to post them up until today.

After going through the round ups last year, I've some mental notes to swirl the cupcakes with different stuff, other than the popular peanut butter and Nutella, available on hand ranging from kaya (this one inspired by boo_licious), jams and so forth.

These are the original Peanut Butter Cupcakes. The larger picture showed a more browned cupcakes since I've baked that batch slightly longer.


peanut butter cupcake peanut butter cupcake02


DH peanut butter cupcake

These Pandan Kaya Cupcakes were inspired by boo_licious' usage of kaya. I liked this one a lot as the pandan kaya gave the cake a very light pandan fragrant whilst keeping the cake moist.

pandan kaya cupcake

I've combined peanut butter and strawberry jam (from Cameron Highlands) for this cupcake. Loved this too as it reminds me of peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

peanut butter & strawberry jam cupcake

Strawberry Jam Cupcakes...

strawberry jam cupcake

Blueberry Jam Cupcakes, an alternative to fresh blueberries which can only found in supermarkets like Cold Storage or Village Grocer plus it's cheaper too! Errr the colour doesn't looked very appetising even though it's moist and tasty. And on the right is another one with pandan kaya but I've mixed some green tea powder into the batter. This Green Tea Pandan Kaya Cupcake (what a mouthful!) emits a very lovely green tea aroma (even though the colour did not turned green) on top of the pandan kaya.


DH blueberry jam cupcake DH greentea kaya cupcake


Hahaha... a lot of variations huh? Since the recipe made exactly 12 cupcakes, I've swirled at least 3 different ingredients in one batch of cupcakes for variety sake. Fancy making another wave in the blogsphere?? Haha...

BTW, Tami is running Hay Hay! It's Donna Day #5! The recipe picked for this round is Asparagus Tarts. The deadline for submission is 15 September 2006. If you're interested, check out the details now and remember to submit your entry before the deadline.


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14 comments:

rokh said...

yum! you are so creative. now its like making multiple batches of cupcakes! :)

Barbara said...

Better late than never Babe! They look great.

Meiyen said...

wow babe, looks very good!

KampungboyCitygal said...

since u bake them in big batches , can i have some?? please please..they look good!

fooDcrazEE said...

aiyaiyaiyaiyai........u do make us drool

teckiee said...

OMG! I LOVE THAT COOK BOOK!!!!! I saw it at the popular bookstore sale early this year but i didnt have enough money to buy it... =(

Rasa Malaysia said...

I wonder if I can use the same recipe and put more flour and make them peanut butter cookies?!

kris said...

can i have the recipe? i was searching high and low but didnt find :)

babe_kl said...

err lazy to make more batches more like it rachel *blushing*

thanks barbara

thanks meiyen, you should make some of these for your darling :D

kampungboycitygal, hahaha by the time they reaches you two, basi already lor!

mike, you're on diet, aren't you :p

teckiee, buy it during sale, i got 20% off from MPH :p eh more reason to buy now since we can claim up till RM1k for books!!! hurray.

bee yinn, maybe you can experiment a bit and let us know the result

kris, click on the Hay Hay Donna Hay link, the recipe is there.

Tummythoz said...

Yummy stuff indeed! Then again, I luv peanut butter wateva.

Anonymous said...

You should open a shop and sell all the stuff that you had cook. Imagine every day new recepie.

eatzycath said...

what a wonderful array of cupcakes.. very inspirational, I must say!

babe_kl said...

me too tummythoz, i simply love peanut butter :p

thanks anonymous, wait till i retire from work first haha

eatzycath, did those cupcakes made you rush to your kitchen to make a batch? :p

Oneqler said...

Great blog, Keep a good work man!