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Prune Cupcakes

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Remember I baked a Prune Cheesecake three months ago? And this time I used Prune again to bake into Cupcakes for afternoon tea and it was soft and moist with rum added in it that my family really enjoyed very much.





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100g Butter - melted
3 Large eggs

175g Plain flour - sifted
1 tsp Baking powder

180g Prunes - cut to small pieces
1 tbsp Rum compound or liqueur
1 tsp Vanilla extract
125g Brown sugar
1 tsp Baking soda
50ml Fresh milk

Methods:

  • Beat prunes, sugar, rum compound and baking soda till thick and sticky then slowly add in 50ml milk, mix well.
  • Add in eggs one at a time and mix well.
  • Then use hand whisk to mix in the sifted flour and baking powder.
  • Lastly add in melted butter and mix well.
  • Pour into paper cups about 3/4 full and decorate with a prune (flatten) on top.
  • Bake in preheated oven at 180C for about 25 mins.
  • Leave cake to cool and dust some icing sugar or snow powder on top.
  • Enjoy this Prune Cupcake with a cup of hot coffee.



click recipes here for Prune Gugelhupf                   Prune Cheesecake

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  1. Hey Ann,

    I've never tried a prune cupcake before, very interesting. And did you say rum? I think you said the magic word for me ;-). I love that cute cupcake holder too.

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  2. The prune cupcakes looks so fluffy and nicely rised. Love it !:) Thanks.

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  3. sofa ? i like this kind of cup cake too.

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  4. Interesting prune cup cakes - very curious how it taste like. I have tried prune kueh lapis but not any other cakes with prunes.

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  5. prunes are so underused. I am making a recipe today with prunes and red vine. Fantastic little cups!

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  6. olala...anncoo, you are a baking queen in my mind. Are these prunes Damsons plums?

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  7. Beautiful prune cupcakes! Never tried it before ... yours baking always so interesting and yum :)

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  8. Lovely prunes in the cupcakes, the taste must be delicious too!

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  9. The prune cupcakes look very good, I'd like to have it with a cup of hot tea.

    I like the idea to add Rum, I think prune also goes well with cinammon.

    I have a tub of prune sitting in my fridge for the longest time, I plan to bake a prune cake (since long time ago) using another recipe but now after seeing ur beautiful bake I think to switch to ur. hehehe.

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  10. The earlier prune cheese cake is more photogenic. Usually I just eat prune as snack.

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  11. very pretty cupcakes goes well for my teabreak!

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  12. I have never eaten prune cakes, but I love snacking prunes, so I can imagine that I would love prune cupcakes too...!:)

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  13. I have never tried Prune cupcakes but after seeing this recipe feel like giving it a try :-)

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  14. Prune with rum... must be super duper yummy...

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  15. Have bookmarked this recipe! Looks great and prunes are nutritious!

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  16. Wow, it's dinner time! Not yet taken anything. Can I have some of your lucious cupcake? Hmm....mm... Hope you're enjoying your evening.
    Cheers, kristy

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  17. Your cupcakes look delicious, I haven't tried any recipes with prunes before. Bookmark this and will bake as soon as I got my prunes ready.

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  18. Lequan ~ rum goes well with prune. Check my bakes with prune with rum added in it.

    Bren ~ try it if you likes prunes.

    苏联妈妈~ 谢谢哦!

    Chris ~I'm sure you'll love this.

    Jelena ~ Oh really! I must take a look ;D

    Angie ~ I'm so flattered by your compliments :) This is sweetened prunes.

    Lia ~ Thanks a lot.

    DG ~ I love prunes and this is my favorite :)

    Angel ~ try my prune cheesecake. I cook the prunes with rum. Good idea of adding cinnamon to the prunes.

    Little Inbox ~ Thank you for your comment.

    Jess ~ Thanks!

    Cooking Gallery ~ I'm sure you'll love this cake.

    Sharon, Rachana, Esther ~try this if you've time.

    Cheah ~ Hope you like it.

    Kristy ~ Thank you! Have a great weekend.

    Min ~ Hope to see your post soon :)

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  19. Prune in cupcakes is both sweet and healthy! Wish I could knock your door with a cuppa :))

    Happy weekend x

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  20. I'm speachless, your cupcakes are very original!

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  21. wow, prune cake is surely delicious!

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  22. I have never tried prune in cakes but it must be moist and delicious. Those are cute cupcake liners :)

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  23. I am definitely for cupcakes without frosting and cream but with prunes :)

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  24. You know at first glance those prunes almost look like a little dollop of chocolate frosting haha. Despite my confusion, I'd love to get a taste of this fruity treat now that I know it's true identity.

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  25. very interesting! I like the addition of rum, sounds yummy!

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  26. Love the sweetness of prune. Your cupcakes are fab, moist and soft. I'd really love to have one for tea. :)

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  27. Prune cupcakes are a great idea! Would love to try!

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  28. Prunes are so underrated, I love them! They're especially good with chocolate.

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  29. Ann, my dad loves prunes, so I bet he is gonna love this! Thanks so much fir sharing this, will try it out later since I am visiting my parents later. :)

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  30. Oooh...looks moist and delicious. Wish I'm there to join you for tea......one fine day :D This is a very healthy cake. They look so cute like wearing a black hat on top D

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  31. I've never been a fan of prunes or plums...but now I'm going to visit the store tomorrow to bake these! Lovely idea!

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  32. Ann, I just saw the prune butter cake in one of the cookbook and you made it for cupcake! making me hand itchy leh :P.

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  33. Certainly looks moist and good. Reminds me of the date and walnut cake I used to baked.

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  34. I agree, prunes make lovely addition in cakes!

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  35. I never would of thought to use prunes! The look lovely though and I would love to eat one!

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  36. I love this cupcake idea! Beautiful photos too!

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  37. These cupcakes are extra healthy with the fiber that prune gives :)

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  38. 来咯~我飞过来吃好料了。哈哈。。。请问Prune Cupcakes还有我的份吗?!!>.< 好久不见,你好吗?;)

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  39. hello annco this is also the season of prunes in france and I love to cook them thanks for the recipe !pierre

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  40. So nice of you to stop by. I have been away from blogs from a long time and you were the first to leave me a comment. Thank you! :)

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  41. not sure if i'll like prunes in my cakes, but you are certainly making me change my mind with such yummy cupcakes! :)

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  42. hmmn.. prune cake..got to try this one, it looks so moist and yummy! :)

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  43. 最近忙的人仰马翻, 不多说, 吃了你的CUPCAKE再继续努力!!!

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  44. The cup cake cases look eye-catching and so very pretty! I am yet to get my hands on a packet of prunes,the cupcakes look inviting..

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  45. Anncoo...this is a lovely cupcake recipe. Healthy and with the rum added..I am sure it taste good too ! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  46. LS~ hahaa...my door is always open for you :)

    Tania ~ Thank you!

    Biren ~ you must try to use prune in cakes one day...you'll love it!

    Tigerfish ~ I also don't like cake with frost. Usually remove the cream.

    Xiaolu ~ hahaa...really!

    Ann ~ It's really yummy adding rum to the prune. No regret!

    Christine ~ Thank you for your comment.

    Natasha ~ Thank you, nice to see you here.

    Brilynn ~Thanks.

    Bee Bee ~ Try this, I'm sure your dad will love it.

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  47. Mary ~ Thanks, that's a nice compliments...hahaa..

    Sophia ~ Thanks for visiting again.

    Jess ~ Oh prune butter cake! Are you going to bake it?

    Busygran ~ Date and walnut? Sounds interesting, did you post it?

    Petite ~ Thank you!

    Lyndsey ~ Try this, you will love it.

    Lisa ~ Thanks :)

    Wiffy ~ you're right!

    金77~ 哇!真的好久没看到你了,快点过来,我随时可以做给你吃 *.*

    Pierre ~ You're welcome.

    Murasaik ~ Hi, miss your posts.

    Faithy ~ If you like prune lapis, you'll any prunes in any cakes.

    Olive ~ Thanks!

    Wendy ~ 不要累坏了,来我家歇一歇。

    Suma ~ Thanks :)

    Elin ~ ;DD

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  48. Wow, prune again!! I love it so much!

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  49. Cherry Potato ~ hehee...yes I love prune. My offer is still open to you, just email me..OK?

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  50. These are gorgeous, and what a fantastic flavor combination :)

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  51. Hi Anncoo,

    Have come to the right place...Love baking...Joined in...Love those cup cakessssssssssssssssssssss...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  52. The only time I have had prunes in cake is in kueh lapis during CNY!

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  53. Prune cupcakes...never had it, but would love to try them...looks so pretty and must taste as good as it looks...beautiful presentation Anncoo :-)

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  54. Tigerfish ~ I love prune kueh lapis too. Will try to make it for CNY if I got the time.

    Juliana ~ Thanks!

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  55. Ann, I used to eat prunes for snack when I still worked at the kichen. But never eat prune cupcakes

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  56. Healthy and delicious! Have you tried making borwnies with prunes?

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  57. @pigpigscorner
    Ann, you're say brownies with prunes? I would definitely like to try it. Do you have a recipe to share? :))

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  58. Love cute cupcakes and this is definitely one of them! Reminded me of Prune Kuih Lapis :D The polka dot green cups are a winner too!

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  59. Thank you Min. Have a try, this is very nice.

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