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Vegan Pudding Cupcakes with apricots and puff pastry

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These delicious pastry cupcakes with a vanilla cream filling are vegan and perfect to bring with for easter holiday. Everyone will love these apricot cupcakes, not just vegans. They taste incredibly refreshing and are therefore the perfect dessert or the perfect “cake” for afternoon snack (tea time).


In Germany we are saying: Coffee Time. What do you say for the midafternoon snack around 3-4 pm?

Do you already have plans for Easter and do not know what to bring or take with you? Then try these delicious cupcakes that are prepared in minutes. For the pastry you can buy some from the store, should it go fast. Otherwise, you can prepare your own. The recipe for home-made whole grain pastry dough comes soon. Be curious. At Easter it may sometimes be the unhealthier option.

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Easter Dessert, Apricot Pudding Cupcakes (vegan, dairyfree, eggfree)
The delicious apricot pastry cupcakes are perfect for bringing with on family occasions.
Recipe type: Dessert, Cake, Cupcake, Muffin
Serves: 11 cupcakes
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C.
  2. Cut the puff pastry into 11 equal squares. These squares should be big enough to fit nicely into a muffin shape. Mine were about 9cmx9cm. It's best to try it out. Put the puff pastry squares into the muffin dish so that it is well-filled and the pudding can be put in later.
  3. For the filling, put all remaining ingredients except the apricots in a saucepan and mix well so that no lumps are formed. Bring the almond milk to a boil and remove from the heat. Distribute the cream evenly on the puff pastry. It could be that there is still some pudding left. You can spoon it directly. It just tastes too good to keep it.
  4. Now put the apricot halves with the outside up, on top.
  5. Put the muffin tin in the oven and bake for about 30 minutes. Make sure that the puff pastry is nice and brown. Depending on the oven, it can be longer or shorter.

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  1. veeatcookbake

    Thank you Marly. Perfect for Easter holidays

  2. veeatcookbake

    Thank you Holly. 🙂 Yeah breakfast is a great idea too 🙂

  3. veeatcookbake

    Thank you Tania. Kids will have a lot of fun making them. A great thing to do instead the egg coloring thing 🙂

  4. veeatcookbake

    Thank you Nicole. When you make them, let me know how you like it 🙂 Can wait to do those with fresh apricots too. 🙂

  5. veeatcookbake

    thank you Nicole. If you made it, let me now how you liked it 🙂

  6. Marly

    Pudding cupcakes seem like such a great idea for the upcoming spring holidays! You have very good timing, my friend! 😊

  7. Holly

    What a versatile treat! I could see saving these with tea or even at breakfast!

  8. Tania | Fit Foodie Nutter

    Such a great idea for Easter. I can imagine the kids would love making them too and it’ll pre-occupy them for the holiday season. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Nicole | What She Ate

    This is getting me very excited for apricot season. Loving the sound of this dessert!

  10. Nicole Dawson

    This would be a great addition to Easter dinner….and so easy to.

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