Protein6gFat20gCarbs5g

Low Carb Blackberry and Coconut Cupcakes

Blackberry and coconut is a classic flavour combination for cupcakes. Our Low Carb Blackberry and Coconut Cupcakes are the perfect sweet treat without the sugar-load. Perfect for a high tea or an afternoon tea treat.

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  • Prep 10 MINS
  • Cook 20 MINS
  • Yields 12 cupcakes

Ingredients

 1 pack of Simply Low Carb Vanilla Cupcake Mix

 2 eggs

 1/3 cup (50g) desiccated coconut

 1 cup (250ml) unsweetened almond milk

 1/3 cup (70g) melted butter

 100g frozen blackberries (microwaved slightly to mash)

icing

 1/2 tub (125g) of cream cheese

 2 heaped tablespoons (40g) of butter

 2-3 teaspoon of blackberry juice (from the mashed blackberries)

 1/3 cup (75g) of Simply Low Carb Sugar-free Icing Mix

Directions

1Preheat oven to 180 degrees

2Prepare a cupcake tin with baking paper cases/ or use a silicon baking tray.

3Place dry mix (cupcake mix and coconut) into a large bowl

4In a separate bowl whisk together the melted butter, eggs and milk.

5Combine the wet and dry mix well.

6Fold in the mashed blackberries, or swirl them into the mix gently

7Portion the mix evenly into the 12 cupcake silicone tray

8Bake on the top shelf got 15-20 mins, rotating halfway.

9Remove from oven and cool on a cooling rack

10Once cooled completely, you can ice.

icing method

1Microwave cream cheese and butter for 30 seconds until soft.

2Place the icing mix into a bowl.

3Using beaters mix all together well.

4Spoon 2-3 tsp of the juice from the microwaved berries.

5Icing may be slightly soft, depending on how soft your cream cheese was and how much of the blackberry juice you used. If so refrigerate for 30mins or so and it will set!

Nutrition Facts

Serving size81g
Energy237 Cal (992 Kj)
Protein6g
Fat, total20g
- Saturated fat11g
Carbohydrate, total5g
- Sugar2g
Sodium150g

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