Craving for something light and healthy for dessert? Freshly-baked chocolate cupcakes can brighten up any occasion. This dark, fudgy and moist cupcakes packed with chocolate flavour in each wrapper tastes divinely delicious. However, if you’re fearlessly dedicated to making wholesome treats and lightened up comfort food, this simple and convenient to make healthy chocolate cupcake recipe can satis ... fy your sweet tooth. While these cupcakes are super-sharable and slightly addictive, they can be the perfect complement to your breakfast or served as after-meal treats. The term ‘cupcake’ was discovered in 1828 in Eliza Leslie’s Receipts cookbook while the recipe was discovered by the American Cookery cookbook. Initially, they weren’t cream-filled or frosted as we know them to be. In 1919, cupcakes gained popularity when Hostess Bakery of America began mass producing them. If you’re watching your waistline, a healthy chocolate cupcake can be made with whole wheat flour, coconut or brown sugar and low-fat Greek yoghurt. Those on a vegan or a gluten-free diet can try this healthy chocolate cupcake restaurant style at home using non-dairy milk. Instead of eggs, use baking soda and vinegar that lend the cupcakes a spongey texture. As you prepare healthy chocolate cupcake at home, their tantalizing rich aroma is sure to make your entire family feel hungry. Moreover, the ingredients for this recipe are easily found in our kitchen or bought from the nearest supermarket. Pour honey or date syrup on top to enhance their sweetness. Rolled oats and natural unsweetened cocoa powder or unprocessed cacao powder make these cupcakes secretly healthy under their dessert disguise.
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