Carrot Cupcake with Chocolate Chips

I got the carrot cupcake recipe from Taste of Home.  I chose this recipe because I had carrot pulp from juicing.  (Yes, I am trying to incorporate a healthy lifestyle. Well, ‘trying’ is the operative word.)

Actually, I juiced 4 carrots, 2 cucumber and 1 apple.  So, this should be called carrot-cucumber-apple cupcake with chocolate chips. The name is too long so I settled for a simpler title.  You can see that there are carrot chunks left which I sliced into smaller bits.


I prepared the following ingredients.


I just followed this: In a large bowl, beat the eggs, sugar and oil. Combine the flour, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder,and salt; gradually add to egg mixture. Stir in carrots.

Truth is, I did not measure my pulp. I just dumped what I had. I warned my aunts that the finished product might have bits of cucumber seeds.

This is what the batter looks like.


But I cannot resist not folding in some chocolate chips. I left a handful for the toppings.


Now I let the photos do the talking.



You can’t really see the carrots. The pulp mixed well with other ingredients. My aunts liked it anyway. That is a good sign.

In our house, presentation matters. It makes the food look appetizing no matter how simple the dish is. Tada!

I bought the cupcake holder a few weeks ago. This means that there will be cupcakes for Noche Buena next week. 😀


Merry Christmas, everyone!

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  1. Your cupcakes look so yummy! I’m looking forward to our minor house renovation (mainly at our kitchen). Because after that, we are planning to buy an electric oven. However, I got scared with the increase in our electric bill.

  2. Looks yummy nga. Bookmarked this page already. Thanks for the share.
    allan (

  3. Yummeh!!! I love your cupcake stand, too… 😉 Merry Christmas!

  4. I love carrot cakes! I have never tasted it with choco chip though. I bet it’s really delish!

  5. I agree. The carrot wasn’t obvious at all. I wonder how it taste like.

  6. It look so good Sis, I wish i can have one right now. Thanks for sharing this recipe:)
    Melgie (

  7. I like carrots very much! I most like it when it is fresh but having it baked is good as well and great for the kids who don’t love much of vegetables. I drooling already from these pictures.

  8. Wow naman ang ganda ng presentation! I like that holder sis.. 🙂

  9. Wow, parang may occasion yung presentation, hihi! I’m sure your Christmas noche buena table will be more beautiful especially with that nice stand. and oh, your decors are so nice, too, sis. Anyway, the cup cakes look super delish. Wish we have an oven at home din para i can learn how to bake na. 🙂

  10. Your cupcake looks super yummy. I have ye to try baking carrot cupcakes 🙂

  11. wow, I’m also into juicing and I just hate seeing all those pulp going to waste. Thanks for this post! I love chocolate cupcakes, este carrot cupcakes with chocolate topping pala! ^_^

  12. They look yummy! Pahingi! Merry christmas to you and your family, sis

  13. WoW! You did an awesome job. The cupcakes look so delicious and your presentation is worthy of a food magazine cover. Kudos and looking forward to more. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones!


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