pecan pie cupcakes….and it’s thanksgiving…. but it’s one of those days where i feel like baking, but just wanna take it easy… and so…. this came to mind… you can easily call this a one bowl dessert… yes.. you need only one bowl to mix everything and viola! ( ⋂‿⋂’) this is absolutely lovely….

Recipe adapted from Food network

Ingredients (makes 24 miniature cupcakes)

pecan pie cupcakeNonstick cooking spray
1 cup chopped pecans
1 cup brown sugar, packed
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 large eggs
1 1/3 sticks butter, melted

Directions

pecan pie cupcake– Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Place paper liners in 9 muffin cups and spray with nonstick cooking spray
– In a large bowl, combine the pecans, sugar and flour. Make a well in the center of the mixture
– In a separate bowl, beat the eggs until foamy. Add the melted butter and stir to combine. Pour the egg mixture into the well in the dry ingredients, stirring until moistened
– Spoon the batter into the cups, filling each almost full. Bake until a toothpick comes out clean when inserted in a muffin, about 20 minutes
– Cook Notes: This recipe also makes great mini-muffins; just shorten the baking time by 5 minutes

Personal notes:

pecan pie cupcake– i halved the recipe and made 12 miniature cupcakes
– i used coconut sugar instead of brown sugar
– i made mini turkeys by tinting fondant with warm brown colour and stuck orange fondant onto turkey’s cavity. i used orange and green parils to resemble peas and peppercorn. “lettuce” is piped onto cupcake by tinting store bought cream cheese frosting with turquoise food colour
– i dotted coffee food colour and sifted some cocoa powder on turkey’s back so it looks “seasoned and baked” ~(^◇^)/

pecan pie cupcake…… happy thanksgiving ᒄ₍⁽ˆ⁰ˆ⁾₎ᒃ♪♬ …..

Pollution index: 21 (excellent)

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(13) Comments

  • Jozelyn Ng (November 28, 2013)

    I must say…WOW! I look at the first photo and think…how come you roast 3 turkey at a time??? How come your turkey so small???…wow….this is too fabulous…your fondant turkey looks real…and this is best for Christmas eve dinner, to serve after eating turkey ^_^

  • Chris (November 28, 2013)

    I also WOW … first look doesnt look like cupcake to me and I thought I read wrongly…. You are creative!

  • 0620 (November 28, 2013)

    You are so creative and talented, Vict :)

  • Qi Qi in the house (November 28, 2013)

    无限的创意,好可爱!!

  • Mel (November 28, 2013)

    my oh my…..the real turkey is too big enough to give to each one of your readers and now you are making a mini ones, how brilliant of you Victoria!! It is such a cute cupcakes! Those who is looking at this real cuppies thing, I think their jaw drop down! heehehehe……

  • Vivian pang (November 28, 2013)

    At first I thought you are cooking turkey 😀 Those turkey are cute and nicely done!

  • Nasi Lemak Lover (November 28, 2013)

    Can\’t finish a big turkey, can make your mini turkey, great idea of you…

  • Jenny (November 28, 2013)

    吓死人的艺术创作…你真让人受不了…帥爆了!!

  • Angie Ng (November 28, 2013)

    好可爱吔~你几时有空教我,嘻嘻!

  • 柠檬叶 (November 28, 2013)

    这几天P1的上网金额超额使用,网上慢到….
    唉,今天终于更新了,这么快就可以敲开你家门,真开心….
    这是蛋糕像个娃娃,穿这夏威夷的裙子在跳舞吗?呵呵呵,好看又好吃,赞啦!!!

  • Ann Low (November 28, 2013)

    Victoria, These mini turkeys are too cute to eat. You\’re always so creative!

  • kitchen flavours (November 28, 2013)

    Wow, miniature turkey! How cute! You are very creative!
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Cass Tan (November 29, 2013)

    我还以为是火鸡呢,哈哈,好像哦 :)

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