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LOVE these Cupcakes … April 30, 2009

How fabulous would these PB & J CUPCAKES be for your casual rehersal dinner – bridal shower – gift for the kiddies – any excuse really? … thanks to Chandelier Events and StaceyCakes …. see their blog posts below….











 Listen up, sweettooths! My dear friend Stacey Shapiro of Brooklyn’s StaceyCakes has introduced me to the best treat since Tiramisu…the PB&J cupcake!

That’s right: this Park Slope-mama-meets-gourmet took this classic 1940’s lunch staple into what she dubs a “perfectly delicious new “old school” experience.” Vanilla cake is injected with real grape jelly topped with creamy peanut butter vanilla frosting–and she’s even sharing her StaceyCakes recipe with mini-Martha’s like you…


StaceyCakes Peanut Butter & Jelly Cupcakes

12 of your favorite vanilla cupcakes

peanut butter- 1/2 cup (or more depending on how peanut buttery you like it)

butter-1 stick unsalted, soft

vanilla-1 tsp.

confectioners sugar- 2 1/2 cups

light cream -1/4 cup

your favorite grape jelly (or any other flavor you prefer)- 1/2 cup or so–enough to fill a dozen cupcakes

Place butter & peanut butter in a mixing bowl, add 1 1/2 cups sugar, then light cream and then the vanilla. Mix on medium until smooth & creamy. Gradually add remaining sugar and if needed a touch more light cream. Then add more peanut butter to taste if you like.

Put grape jelly in a pastry bag with injecting tip and inject grape jelly into middle of cupcakes (this was the fun part!). Then frost cupcakes with peanut butter frosting then eat & enjoy (this was the most fun part!).

 … thanks for sharing StaceyCakes

if any of you are brave enough to bake these oh so sweet cupcakes, please let us know how they turn out {and we don’t mind to be your taste testers 🙂 } … enjoy …



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