|dry mix, 1/4 cup|
For a copy of the bulk recipe, follow the Manitoba Harvest link, makes approximately 14 servings. For a single serving recipe, follow the Domestic Diva link. I used carob powder instead of cocoa powder , and didn't add the stevia. Instead, I served with a teaspoon of real maple syrup and a dollop of soy yogurt.
Now for the fun. My son has a very good relationship with his hairstylist, he's more like a family friend. When son told me that it was Aaron's birthday, I thought it would be fun to bake cupcakes and decorate them in hairstyles. Aaron's salon is Precision Hair Gallery in Waterloo, Ontario. What a blast, three of us had a wonderful creative morning. Fortunately I remembered to take photos to share. Each hair style has a name, which we had to explain to Aaron before he would accept them.
|Pink Liberty Spike Cupcake|
|Purple Mohawk Cupcake|
|Sausage Curl Cupcake|
|Rainbow Hair Dyed Cupcake|
|The Friar Tuck Purple Cupcake|
|German Woman, braid across the top of the head Cupcake (left)|
and Finger waves Cupcake (right).
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