Triple chocolate cupcake kit

Triple chocolate cupcake kit

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Prep: 10 mins Cook: 15 mins


Makes 1 kit to bake 12 cupcakes
The perfect Christmas gift for someone who loves to bake - the ingredients for delectable chocolate cupcakes

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per cupcake

  • kcal202
  • fat9g
  • saturates5g
  • carbs31g
  • sugars24g
  • fibre0g
  • protein3g
  • salt0.15g
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  • 100g caster sugar
  • 100g self-raising flour
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder

To complete the kit

  • large glass jar with a clip or screw lid
  • 200g white chocolate drops
  • 100g bar milk chocolate or drops
  • cellophane, ribbon, gift bag or box, new spatula or wooden spoon and large label
  • sprinkles, or other decorations
  • 12 cupcake case


  1. Tip the caster sugar into the jar, followed by the flour, then finally the cocoa, so the ingredients sit in layers. Seal the jar.

  2. Wrap the chocolate drops and bar up in cellophane. Tie the spatula or spoon onto the jar with ribbon and pack in a gift bag or box with the chocolates, sprinkles and cupcake cases.

  3. Hand-write a label with the following instructions and attach it to the gift: ‘Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Put 100g very soft butter in a bowl with 2 eggs, add the contents of the jar and beat well. Add a drop of milk to the mix if it is too stiff. Stir in the white chocolate drops. Divide between the cake cases. Bake for 15 mins. Cool. Melt the milk chocolate, spoon a little over each cake and then decorate with sprinkles.’

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Comments (10)

chembabe76's picture

Looked and tasted great! Would recommend smaller cupcake cases, as the big muffin ones were too big to make 12.

laurenamy1's picture

...Oh and some red and green cupcake cases in keeping with the Christmas theme

laurenamy1's picture

I made this up this morning for a friend. I needed a last minute Christmas present, and she loves baking. It looks absolutely lovely in the jar, and I have wrapped everything up with red ribbon as suggested in the picture above.

The good thing about this is, the ingredients are very basic, and I had everything in the cupboard. I wrapped up lots of mixed chocolate sprinkles for the topping alongside it, and I'm really excited to give it away. What a lovely idea.

catderbyshire's picture

I am going to make one for a foodie friend of mine but had to make them myself first to check the ease of making and taste- they are delicious and easy to make - highly recommend- I'm sure she will love them

sharon123456's picture

receipe is lovely have nade them with out the chocolate chips!! as did not have any and am going to making these to sell as a school fund raiser

knikitta's picture

It says 'caster sugar' but in the jar it looks like Golden caster or Brown sugar?

sansfoodfile's picture

Brilliant idea, it made a nice extra present for my eight year old grandaughter. The cupcakes were very nice and very extravagantly decorated!!!!

lilmssquirrel's picture

Great idea. Have made a kit up for my friend's little girl who is always asking me if she can come round to make cakes with me. Makes a big change from all the other pink frilly tat I usually end up having to buy :o)

gungliena's picture

Lovely and simple Christmas gift ideas!!!!

greekate's picture

Love this idea and going to do it as a stocking filler for my eldest....

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