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Everything tastes better with Guinness...

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The following is from The Irish Post:

Guinness isn’t something you would necessarily associate with delicious cupcake recipes, but that could all be about to change.

A real treat for Guinness enthusiasts and baking fans alike, the recipe for these Guinness cupcakes comes via and is a real treat.

Perfect for almost any occasion whether at Christmas, a relative's birthday or the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, here’s everything you need to make some delicious Guinness Cupcake.

What you’ll need:

For the cupcakes

250ml Guinness

250g Butter (unsalted) (softened)

400g Unrefined golden caster sugar

2 Egg(s) (free range) (large)

1 tsp Vanilla extract


280g Plain white flour

2 tsp Bicarbonate of soda

0.5 tsp Baking powder

3 tbsp Cocoa powder

See the entire recipe at The Irish Post -

  • Guinness Cupcake recipe

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