Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Halloween Made Easy: Cupcakes for Two #Recipe with @EnjoyLifeFoods Baking Chocolate Snack Packs + Giveaway! #SnackFreely

Gluten Free & Top 8 Allergen Free "Cupcakes for Two" Recipe + Baking Chocolate Snack Packs Giveaway!
This post is sponsored by Enjoy Life Foods. All opinions are my own. Read full disclosure here.

Anyone who has tried Enjoy Life Foods #1 Selling Allergy-Friendly Baking Chocolate knows it's hard to resist not eating them straight from the bag.

That's why their new Baking Chocolate Snack Packs are perfect for those chocolate cravings. Throw them in your purse, pack them for lunch, or bake up something delicious. Like my "Cupcakes for Two" recipe that is gluten free & top 8 allergen free. Just grab one Snack Pack and follow my easy steps!

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Whenever I do any baking, Little Miss stands right beside me helping and eating anything she can get her hands on during the process. If that big bag of Baking Chocolate comes out, her eyes immediately get big and she opens her palms waiting for me to pour some just for her to enjoy. Don't blame her!


Now that I can treat her to her own special pack and surprise her in her lunches, she feels like she's in lunchbox heaven!

They're not just for kids! I love keeping a pack in my purse when I get my own chocolate cravings. Which happens quite often, especially on a busy work day.


Enjoy Life Foods has done such an amazing job supplying the food allergy & gluten free community with free-from snacks & treats: Plentils, Chewy Bars, Cookies, & more. They contain no artificial anything and 46 products are verified by the Non-GMO project. 

In the past, we've always kept their products on her teacher's shelf in the classroom in case there were any last minute treats brought in by parents or one was failed to be communicated to me. That way, she always had something yummy and didn't feel left out.

Keeping an Enjoy Life Foods Snack Pack at your child's school is a perfect way to ensure they always have a treat on hand. 


For those times when you just need to whip up a quick cupcake (or two), this is my go-to recipe. What's even more perfect, if you have Enjoy Life Foods Baking Snack Packs on hand, one pack is all you need to add chocolatey chip goodness to your free-from cupcakes. 

"Cupcakes for Two" Recipe
Ingredients:
  • 1/4 Cup of All-Purpose Gluten Free Flour
  • 3 TB of Sugar
  • 1 TB of Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • 1/4 tsp of Baking Soda
  • 1/8 tsp of Salt
  • 1/8 tsp of Cinnamon (optional, but I prefer to add to all my GF baked goods)
  • 3 TB of Water
  • 1 TB of Oil (like Vegetable Oil or melted Coconut Oil depending on your allergy needs)
  • 1/2 tsp of Vanilla 
  • 1/2 tsp of Distilled White Vinegar
  • 1 Enjoy Life Foods Baking Chocolate Snack Pack (1 oz)
Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a muffin tin with two cupcake liners (spray with cooking spray if not using parchment liners). Set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, mix together your dry ingredients - GF flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, salt, cinnamon.
  3. Add wet ingredients - water, oil, vanilla, vinegar - and mix by hand using rubber mixing spoon or spatula.
  4. Stir in 3/4 of 1 Snack Pack Bag of Baking Chocolate. (Reserve remainder for topping or snacking.)
  5. Pour batter evenly between the two cupcake liners.
  6. Drop oven temperature to 325 degrees and bake cupcakes for 22-25 minutes (check doneness with toothpick).
  7. Let cool in pan for five minutes. Remove from muffin tin and let cool complete of cooling rack before icing.
  8. Decorate with your favorite allergy-friendly icing, sprinkles, and the remaining Baking Chocolate. Enjoy!

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46 comments:

  1. Those cupcakes looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. These are amazing! My little one and I would gladly take these snack packs on outings, use in trail mix, or just enjoy as a snack at home for him, at work in my lunchbox for me. We already do this but this is SO much more convenient than worrying about my Baggie opening in our bag. This recipe is also awesome since my oldest doesn't like chocolate, so this makes enough for me and my little one while my oldest has a carrot cake cupcake!

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  3. Fun take along to spritz up cookies or cupcakes or just on their own

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  4. I had no idea these existed!

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  5. Cookies, muffins, cupcakes, top off smoothies, a snack on their own, mixed with sry cereal for a snack. Susan Blommer

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  6. We would love these to send in our lunchpails or as a quick treat during car trips!

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  7. I would use them for cupcakes! :) Even a snack would be great. Thank you so much for giving this away.

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  8. Everything and anything!!

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  9. This recipe is perfect!! We have a wddding this weekend and two cupcakes is what I need to bring. Thank you so much!!!

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  10. I am so trying those cupcakes! Yum! I did not know there were snack sizes either!

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  11. After school snack or lunchbox snacks!

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  12. I would use these as special on-the-go treats for my daughter. Yum!

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  13. I'd just eat them as they are! My son and I love these chocolate chips :)

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  14. I would use them for snacks for my little one.

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  15. We would use then as special treats for our son. Like m&ms!

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  16. I would use the chocolate chips on yogurt, cupcakes, in a trail mix, in between slices of apples and sun butter. :)

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  17. I would put them in rice krispy treats!

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  18. I would use these to top cakes and cupcakes, yogurt, or to simply snack on.

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  19. I would definitely use them in my kids' lunch boxes!

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  20. I would definitely use them in my kids' lunch boxes!

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  21. We make small packets of trail mix for the kids and these would make a nice addition.

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  22. ❤❤❤ these would top all the acai bowls

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  23. Chocolate chips on everything! These are great for lunch boxes, birthday party treats, goody bags, and at home on ice cream, overnight oats, yogurt parfaits! YUM!

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  24. I would eat them at night with my hubby while the kids are sleeping hahaha!

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  25. I would top off my yogurt with it. So yummy and convenient. Patricia

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  26. These would be yummy in some pumpkin bread!

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  27. I would mix them with nuts and make my own trail mix

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  28. Darling Hubby likes to add chocolate chips to his vanilla ice cream, and I like them straight.

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  29. We would use them to make Christmas cookies for us and our extended family.

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  30. I would either do cookies or cupcakes.

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  31. I would use them on my brownies and cookies.

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  32. ...eating? ;) Seriously, though, I've figured out that my cravings are going to be satisfied by X chocolate chips, so why not just eat X chocolate chips, rather than three chocolate chip cookies?

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  33. Love the small batch recipe! <3

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  34. I use these at my house and I sometimes melt them a bit in a bowl then top them with ice cream.

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  35. I have a friend who is trying to improve her eating habits, and doing well at it, so I like to bring tasty little portion controlled goodies to hide around her kitchen for when she needs a treat :)

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  36. I would use them as snacks, or to put them on top of my peanut butter on pitas

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  37. I would love to sue them for making holiday cookies! It would be perfect!

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  38. I would use them for Chocolate Chip cookies, my dad's favorite. He has celiac.

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  39. I would top our ice cream with these as well as add them as mix-ins in our yogurt!

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  40. I would use these to top our ice cream as well as for mix-ins in our yogurt!

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  41. I would use to sprinkle on top of my Greek yogurt, oatmeal and cottage cheese! And for just a snack!

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  42. I would use them to decorate ckes and cookies and pies.

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  43. I would use them for baking cookies and brownies.

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