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Wow, these drunken cupcakes will be the life of the party for any occasion (other than your one-year old’s birthday party)! But seriously, these cupcakes have a depth of flavor that you just cannot get out of a regular chocolate cupcake. The texture is also amazing; they are moist and have the perfect balance of denseness. The secret to that is obviously the Guinness and the sour cream. Who knew! I would have been using a stout and sour cream in all my cupcakes if I knew that they would turn out like this! In addition to the yummyness of these, they are relatively easy to make – no harder than any of your standard cupcakes.
Here’s a funny comment from one of the readers over at Irish Central:
I have to stop reading these food articles, gained another 2 pounds then fell on me face. Guess I will have to wait a bit before I start to run again…
Haha! You’d better at least be careful! These are the perfect cupcakes to go with a strong cup of coffee, or a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Recipe and image courtesy of Irish Central.
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Quick Tip: Serve these awesome cupcakes up with a nice Irish coffee!