I grew up in a very Catholic and Haitian household, so Halloween was never celebrated much.
We didn't go trick or treating, never bobbed for apples, didn't carve pumpkins, and only got costumes because Halloween coincided with our Christian schools Harvest Festival where you had to dress up as a character from a storybook.
Other than that? Nothing.
|The batter is incredibly moist and rich.|
I didn't really start celebrating Halloween and dressing up until I got to college.
It took me a while to get into the swing of things, but I'm fully engaged now.
I've been wanting to try out a chocolate cupcake recipe that I've seen going around. It's heralded as "The BEST Chocolate Cake" and I got the recipe off of Kevin and Amanda's Blog .
I made the cakes for my friend's Halloween party, and while I thought the cakes were good but "regular", everyone else thought they were delicious. People kept commenting, so perhaps I was too hard on them?
|I made them X-Large... =D|
I suppose I expected some crazy deliciousness that made made feel as if a miracle just happened, but I didn't.
That's a lot to ask for out of a cupcake, right?
|I really liked the frosting!|
Anyways, the icing I used was this one. I actually liked it a lot. It was like a whipped cream consistency, but thicker.
It was uber good.
I did a sucky job decorating them. I know. I was too tired to think, so I smeared frosting on them and then threw on random sprinkles.
It was actually kind of fun.
So, Happy Halloween!
Chocolate Cupcake Recipe--CLICK HERE!
Frosting Recipe--CLICK HERE!