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    These are my most "dangerous" cupcakes that I have recently been experimenting with because they pose a triple threat: -Bailey's in the moist cake -Bailey's in the creamy frosting -and finally, they're sooo good and moist that you won't be able to eat just one, and you just might eat the entire batch in one sitting! (assuming, of course, that there is even any batter left over to bake!) The dark-chocolate cake has a hint of Bailey's in the batter, but the frosting I made a tad bit too strong. If you are a light-weight like myself, I would suggest cutting down the Bailey's in the frosting down to 2 teaspoons-1 tablespoon and adding a bit more coffee. Or you can eliminate the Bailey's in the frosting all-together and add a Tablespoon of coffee and make a yummy coffee frosting for these "bad boys".

    Recipe #433208

    I was making flower7's #130571 and had some extra Kahlua left over, so I decided to make some home made whipped cream with it to top my peanut butter pie. It's really fluffy and has only a taste of coffee liquor. It's a refreshing treat for a summertime dessert. (I eyeball my amounts, so exact measurements may be a lil more/less depending on taste.

    Recipe #427453


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