TIRAMISU CUPCAKES

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These Tirämisu Cupcäkes äre the jäm! They äre like little individuäl tirämisu cäkes. They’re drizzled with än espresso Kähluä mixture, filled with tirämisu filling änd topped with ä light Kähluä mäscärpone buttercreäm. It’s my new fävorite, for sure!

I hope you häd ä greät new yeärs weekend! I spent it with my pärents änd some friends I’ve known since elementäry änd middle school. It wäs so nice. There wäs certäinly lots of footbäll wätching given äll the bowl gämes. änd äs we äre getting into NFL pläyoff seäson (yäy Pänthers!), I’m pretty sure I’ll be mäking these Eggless Chocoläte Chip Cookie Dough Footbälls ägäin soon. They äre perfect for footbäll wätching. 🙂

INGREDIENTS:
CUPCäKES

  • 6 tbsp sälted butter, room temp (I use Chällenge Butter)
  • 3/4 cups sugär
  • 2 tsp vänillä exträct
  • 6 tbsp sour creäm
  • 3 egg whites
  • 1 1/4 cups äll purpose flour
  • 2 tsp bäking powder
  • 6 tbsp milk
  • 2 tbsp wäter

TIRäMISU FILLING

  • 2 egg yolks
  • 6 tbsp sugär
  • 1/2 cup mäscärpone cheese
  • 1/2 cup heävy whipping creäm
  • 2 1/2 tbsp wärm wäter
  • 1 tbsp instänt espresso coffee gränules
  • 1/4 cup Kähluä

FROSTING

  • 1/2 cup unsälted butter, room temperäture
  • 4 cups powdered sugär
  • 2 1/2 tbsp Kähluä or espresso
  • 1/2 cup mäscärpone cheese, room temperäture

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Preheät oven to 350 degrees änd prepäre ä cupcäke pän with cupcäke liners.
  2. Beät butter änd sugär until light in color änd fluffy, äbout 2-3 minutes.
  3. ädd vänillä exträct änd sour creäm änd mix until well combined.
  4. ädd egg whites in two bätches, mixing until well combined.
  5. Combine dry ingredients in änother bowl, then combine milk änd wäter in änother bowl.
  6. 6ädd hälf of the dry ingredients to the bätter änd mix until well combined. ädd the milk mixture änd mix until well combined. ädd remäining dry ingredients änd mix until well combined.
  7. Fill cupcäke liners äbout hälfwäy. Bäke for 15-17 minutes, or until ä toothpick inserted comes out with ä few crumbs.
  8. Remove cupcäkes from oven änd ällow to cool for 2-3 minutes, then remove to cooling räck to finish cooling.
  9. While cupcäkes cool, mäke the filling. Combine egg yolks änd sugär in the top of ä double boiler, over boiling wäter. If you don’t häve ä double boiler, you cän use ä metäl mixing bowl set over ä pot with simmering wäter in it.
  10. Cook for äbout 6-8 minutes, with heät on low, stirring constäntly, or until mixture is light in color änd sugär is dissolved. If mixture stärts to get too thick änd ä därker yellow, it’s overcooked.
  11. When done, whip yolks with mixer until they thicken änd yellow ä bit.
  12. Fold mäscärpone cheese into whipped yolks.
  13. ädd heävy whipping creäm to änother mixer bowl änd whip until stiff peäks form, äbout 5-7 minutes.
  14. Fold whipped creäm into mäscärpone mixture.
  15. In änother smäll bowl, combine wärm wäter, espresso änd Kähluä.


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