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The best chocolate cupcake ever!! And I mean ever!! I thought I would frost, but who needs frosting? They were delicious plain. Thanks for the recipe

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sch30 April 30, 2010

As soon as I took these cupcakes to work everyone was asking for the recipe. They don't even need frosting!

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clpeacock April 27, 2010

YUM! These cupcakes were soooo good! Fudgey and delicious in their own right and loved the hint of almond extract. Then I frosted them with peanut butter cream cheese frosting, heavenly! Thanks for sharing :)

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Midwest Maven September 30, 2009

I made these cupcakes for my fiance's birthday, and we loved them! Since so little icing is needed, I simply wrote a happy birthday message in icing on top of the cupcakes which was the perfect amount. If you love almond extra and chocolate, you'll love these cupcakes!

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Larry Spaghetti June 30, 2009

MMM... so delicious! I followed the recipe exactly, except I baked them for about 23 minutes, which was a tad too long. They came out great, though, and are so chocolatey that I didn't bother to frost them, and they are still amazing. They are more like a brownie than a cupcake, though.

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20XCRunner12 June 30, 2009

This really is an excellent recipe. The chocolate is just the right amount and if you use mini chips they will stay evenly distributed when they bake. This results in a wonderful texture and super taste! Definitely one of my favorite cupcakes ever! Thanks for posting this one, Redsie!

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Mojocooljojo February 02, 2009

Excellent brownie cupcake! I halved the recipe and got 6 cupcakes, although they overflowed slightly. I paired it with a peanut buttercream. For those of you who don't know, almond extract is the same taste as maraschino cherries, so if you are not a fan, feel free to use all vanilla. Next time I'm going to experiment with peanut butter chips.

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carlamoose December 15, 2008

great recipe. i used 1tsp vanilla ext instead of vanilla and almond. but it turned out wonderful, and everyone in the family LOVED them. definately a keeper

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tjcjlc99 November 24, 2008

Delicious cupcakes Redsie. Simply delicious. I really enjoyed these deep, rich, dark, fudgy, brownie cupcakes. Simply the best. Thanks for sharing.

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Baby Kato October 10, 2008

Yummy in the tummy. These are just the right chocolatey heaviness. I loved them. I used the wrong frosting so I plan to make again with a more fluffy one. Anyway the actual brownie cupcakes were the bomb.com -- tx for posting Redsie!

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Liza at Food.com June 03, 2008
Chocolate Brownie Cupcakes