Tiramisu cupcakes turned out to be the inaugral dish made in my new Kitchenaid mixer, courtesy of P-dub. It arrived just a few days after I had provided my mailing address to Lindy, The Prize Wrangler. I was surprised and thrilled that it came so quickly.
It's amazing, and, with just one dish, my life has been changed forever.
The same is true for my coworkers who were blessed with Tiramisu Cupcakes last Friday.
These little beauties tasted just like the real thing, and come in a wonderful individual package. Could you imagine these in minis? Oh my - tiramisu in just one little bite!
There are 3 components to these cupcakes, and they took me about an hour and a half from start to finish. It's really not that bad, so don't let the number of steps deter you from making and enjoying these phenomenal treats.
Side note: Can someone tell me why you're supposed to sift all your dry ingredients together? I always add the baking soda, baking powder, salt, etc. during the butter/egg/sugar phase when you can still beat it into oblivion to ensure these ingredients are thoroughly incorporated. Then I just add the flour on its own and take care not to overbeat. Please advise.
Makes 24 cupcakes