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chocolate chai spice cupcakes



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  • Carbohydrates: 374.4
  • Fats: 32.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 153.0
  • Minerals: 9.0
  • Proteins: 6.0
  • Vitamins: 64.0
  • Water: 15.0


  1. With a small food processor
  2. Grind up the whole fennel and cloves
  3. Transfer to a small bowl and add remaining spices
  4. Mix to combine
  5. Chop chocolate and transfer into the bowl of a standing mixer
  6. Add butter to the chocolate and place the bowl over a pan of simmering water
  7. Stir until chocolate melts and butter is combined
  8. Remove from heat and stir in sugar
  9. Let mixture cool for 10 minutes
  10. Beat in an electric mixer for 3 minutes
  11. Add one egg at a time
  12. Mixing for 30 seconds between each
  13. Sift the flour
  14. Cocoa powder
  15. Baking powder
  16. Chai spice mix
  17. And a pinch of salt into the mixture and mix until blended
  18. Scoop into cupcake cups and bake at 350 f for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean
  19. Beat butter until creamy
  20. Scrape bowl
  21. Add 4 cups of sifted powdered sugar
  22. Milk
  23. Spice mix
  24. And ginger
  25. Beat until combined
  26. Add more powdered sugar as needed to get piping consistency
  27. Assemble cooled cupcakes

Step 17

Total Time in Minute 70

Ingredients Count 16

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Fennel seeds


Ground cardamom

Ground cinnamon

Ground ginger






Unsweetened cocoa powder

Baking powder


Powdered sugar


Fresh ginger

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