Chocolate and Vanilla Cupcakes


If you love a Chocolate cupcake then you will just love these! Considering they have no stabliser’s like flour etc. they really do taste like a proper Choclate cupcake! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do and my little Munchkin!

Makes 12 Cupcakes.


4 wheat biscuits (weetabix) or 1 pack of Scandinavian Scan bran. I only use Weetabix!

4 eggs.

2 tsp of vanilla extract.

2 tbsp of cocoa powder.

10 tbsp of granualated sweetener.

1 vanilla/toffee Mullerlight.

12 cupcake cases. (Optional)

Low calorie cooking spray.


This is one of my all in one methods so it is so quick and easy. It literally takes 5 minutes to make them!

  • Line a cupcake tray with 12 case’s or if not using bun cases spray with the low calorie cooking spray.
  • Crumble up the wheat biscuits to a fine crum and add in the remaining ingredients.
  • Use a hand whisk to beat the mixture until well combined.
  • Add 1 tbsp of the mix to each case and place in a preheated oven at 195c for 20 minutes. The buns will be hard on top when done.
  • Leave to cool on a wire rack if you can! Always store in the fridge, they should last up to 5 days.IMG_20141128_175226


TheNakedBlondie x

14 thoughts on “Chocolate and Vanilla Cupcakes

  1. hi Nicola ! Going to make these in the morning. They look fab. Just a bit confused tho… Is is that u can have 6 of these as a hexb plus a total of 2.5 syns for the bournvile Cocoa powder, or is it that each cupcake is 2.5 syns? Still trying to work out syns, I’m only on my third week! Xx love your blog by the way. You’re a tonic !!

  2. Hi Nicola, I’m going to attempt these soon as a friend made them and they were FAB! I’m just trying to work out they syn value and I’m a bit confused. Say I use my HEXB for something during the day and then want to have one/two of these, is the whole recipe 14.5 syns (divided then by the 12 it makes)? Thanks a million and keep up the great work! You’re looking fab!

  3. I just made these and they still seem wet in the middle after 45 mins at 200 in my oven… Is this right? Or should I wait for them to cool?

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