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Ok, so this may be straying away from my “healthy” food theme, but after getting the idea for these chocolate cupcakes in my head I just HAD TO do them. ( If you want a slightly healthier cupcake check out my Strawberry Patch cupcakes. They are the bomb dot com.)
So, we all remember the dirt cups made of Jell-O pudding and cookie crumbs when we were kids. Wouldn’t it be awesome to turn that into a cupcake? ( Spoiler Alert: yes, yes it would)We all remember the dirt cups made of Jell-O pudding and cookie crumbs when we were kids. Wouldn't… Click To Tweet
These chocolate cupcakes are the chocolate lover’s dream. Not only are they a chocolate cake but also chocolate pudding filling, and a sprinkle of crushed chocolate cookie pieces.
Of course, a dirt cup ( or cupcake) isn’t fiinished without the gummy worms!! So you know I had to add those on top too!
Dirt Cake Chocolate Cupcake Recipe
My nerdlets had a ton of fun helping fill the cakes with the pudding mix. There is something about injecting gooey chocolate into things that they just couldn’t say no to.
Don’t worry if they overflow a little. They’re immediately covered in frosting anyway. If you are persnickety about those things though you can just wipe the excess off once you get them filled. NBD.
Now, I know these aren’t the healthiest. ( As you can see I didn’t even want to know what the calorie count is on them…you can do that one yourself if you want to know lol) SparkPeople has a good recipe calculator with all of that information.
However, I did try to use the cleanest and healthiest ingredients possible here. Of course, I’ve included all of the links to items used if you would like to pick them up for yourself ( or you can find most of them in your local health food store…or even that healthy food aisle in Krogers usually!)
For a gluten free, dairy free, or other allergy friendly alternative most ingredients can be swapped out with your favorite allergy friendly options.
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