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Apple Cobbler Mead Cupcakes


2 cups all-purpose flour

1 ½ tsp baking powder

¾ tsp baking powder

2 eggs sugar

¾ cup sugar

1 ½ tsp vanilla extract

2 tsp cinnamon

½ cup vegetable oil

½ cup Apple Cobbler Mead

½ cup buttermilk


Apple Filling


2 apples

Cooking spray

3 tsp cinnamon

1 ½ tbsp brown sugar

2 ½ tbsp water


Vanilla ice cream frosting


2 cups powder sugar

2 tbsp butter (softened)

¾ cup vanilla ice cream (very soft and creamy)


For Batter


  1. Preheat oven to 350

  2. In medium sized bowl whisk together flour, baking soda, baking powder, and set aside

  3. In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat eggs on medium speed for 1 minute

  4. Add sugar and beat for another minute or until combined

  5. Next, add vanilla, oil, and mead and beat on medium until combined

  6. Slowly mix in flour mixture and buttermilk to the egg mixture (*Note that the batter will be very thin.  If you feel it is too thin, you can add a little extra flour)

  7. Line cupcake tin with liners

  8. Fill cupcake liners halfway

  9. Bake 12-14 minutes

  10. Cool in pan for 10-15 minutes

  11. When cupcakes are cool, fill center of cupcakes with a ½ tsp to 1 tsp worth of apple filling based on how big the filling hole is *Note that the easiest way to fill the cupcake is by cutting a hole in the center of the cupcake (from the top) then scoop out the cake.  Fill the hole you made with the apple and then place the scooped-out cake back on top, so there is no visible hole.

  12. Frost cupcakes and decorate as desired


Apple Filling


  1. Clean apples and cut into ½” cubes leaving skin on

  2. Spray pan and place on stove on low heat

  3. Add in apples, water, cinnamon, and brown sugar

  4. Mix in pan until apples are evenly coated *Note that you may add more cinnamon and brown sugar until desired

  5. Cover pan with a tight fitted top

  6. Simmer apples in pan for 16 minutes (do not stir)



  1. In a large bowl beat powdered sugar, softened butter, and semi-melted ice cream *Note that you may add more powdered sugar until desired thickness is achieved

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