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These are the best chocolate cupcakes ever, in my opinion. I use this recipe from the King Arthur Flour website and just make cupcakes instead of their coffee chocolate cake. The recipe makes about 30 cupcakes. So, if you don’t have a sourdough starter, you’ll probably want one just to make this cake, forget bread!

Here are a couple of ideas to make some cute Christmas cupcakes:

These first ones are made with a classic buttercream with three drops of organic peppermint essential oil.

Chocolate and peppermint = heaven!

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These ones are just so cute for the Christmas season. I made some for a bake sale and all the kids asked for one.

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It’s time to get baking!

Christmas is only two weeks away!

Jennifer is a Canadian/American, living in the South of France for the last 18 years. Married to a frenchman who's job forces him to spend a lot of his time overseas, she has learned to cope with all those everyday challenges brought about by her sometimes crazy life. Adapting to a new culture, raising children, taking care of animals, growing a vegetable garden, cooking for her family and friends, teaching cooking classes and trying to maintain a fairly organized and inviting home. Here are some of her thoughts about it all.

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