Honeyed Yogurt Cuppies

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Honeyed Yogurt Cuppies
Stonyfield Farms sent me a stack full of free-try coupons for their splendid Greek Yogurt. Not since hubby and I made the transatlantic flight from Chicago to Switzerland have I been so enamorated with a cup full of creamy yogurt. Worth the try. Worth the buy. No substitutions. OIKOS yogurt gives these splendid cupcakes an incredibly creamy, moist texture with the subtle kick of honey and yogurt flavor swirled atop. Yummm.
3 egg whites
1 egg
1 stick of butter
1 1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. milk
juice of 1 fresh lemon
1-5.3 oz. cup Stonyfield Farm OIKOS Honey Greek Yogurt
1/4 tsp. salt
4 oz. vanilla or white chocolate pudding
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 1/2 c. flour
In a medium bowl, whip egg whites until stiff. Set aside.
In a large bowl, combine egg, butter and sugar. Beat until well creamed. Mix milk and lemon juice. Pour curdled milk and yogurt into bowl with sugar mixture, beat until mixed. Add all other ingredients. Combine just until well-mixed. Best the next day.
Spoon into prepared wrappers, bake 325 for 22-25 minutes.
Makes 24 cupcakes.


(Yogurt Frosting)
1 stick butter
1 5.3 oz. Stonyfield Farm OIKOS Honey Greek Yogurt
32 oz. powdered sugar
1 tsp. pure vanilla
Whip together with an electric beater until supremely creamy. Add additional powdered sugar by the 1/2 cup, if your frosting needs to be more firm. Add a milk by the teaspoons if your frosting needs to be more runny. Enjoy!

19 Responses to “Honeyed Yogurt Cuppies”

  1. TERI REES WANG says:


  2. peaknits says:

    Omg, these sound delicious – i;m adding that yogurt to my shopping list! Thank you!

  3. Kim says:

    Those sound divine!!

  4. Chablis says:

    You're so cute! I love the creative entertainment with each post.


  5. apparentlyjessy says:

    I am learning to become a word fan too, and am loving the word of the day application on my iphone!
    These yoghurt cupcakes sound and look delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  6. It's All Good says:


  7. gdyup says:

    Oh these look yummy! Question though what kind of vanilla or white chocolate pudding did you use?


  8. Jaymi says:

    i think i just gained about 8 pounds just looking at those cupcakes, and it was worth it1

  9. {Katie Lane} says:

    That's the pretties cupcake I've ever seen :)

  10. Sophie says:

    I love greek yogurt, it's the magic baking ingredient. That frosting sounds killer, how cool is that! I never thought I could make a yogurt frosting, yummy!

  11. camille says:

    i love your blog!

  12. Becki Madsen says:

    Looks scrumptious! We miss you and your family but hope you are having a great time!

  13. sara says:

    I can't wait to make these! THey look delicious. One question: For the pudding, do you mean I should use the instant pudding mix (like by Jello)? Or should I actually make the pudding and then use it?

  14. Cristine says:

    Those look SO good! YUM!

  15. Noodle says:

    I love your site, your spirit, and your delectable creations!

  16. Your's Truly says:

    Your blog rocks!!

    All the best for everything you've been chasing.

  17. Katie says:

    Hello there! I hope you get this comment even though it's rather belated. I discovered your blog a while back and I had to stop by to tell you how wonderful I think it is! I made these cupcakes (the Honeyed Yogurt ones) on Saturday and I'm in love. I think they've changed my life. ;) I've been eating so many a day that my dietician mother is ashamed.

    I dedicated a post on my blog to you and my friend Lauren suggested I tell you about it so you could read my adoration for yourself. If you're interested it's here: http://kismetkate88.blogspot.com/2009/08/fan-letter.html

    Thanks for sharing all your wonderful recipes with us!

  18. Skye says:

    I had some "funfetti" boxed icing in the pantry and I just bought some Oikos yogurt so I thought I would try your recipe! I know it's shameful that I didn't go all the way and make the homemade cupcakes this time, but the icing was yummy. I had plain Oikos, not honey flavored, but I added about a tablespoon of honey and some extra vanilla to make up for it. Thanks as always for the fun and delicious recipe! :)

  19. Lauren Kay says:

    I made these today and they were to die for! Absolutely delicious. I couldn't find honey yogurt either so I used plain but they were still really good. A raspberry on top added an extra delicious punch.

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