Healthy Cupcakes that Kids Love Here are the ingredients and directions for Sprouted Brown Rice Cupcakes 🙂

Sprouted Brown Rice Cupcakes

▪ 2 cups organic sprouted brown rice flour (can be purchased online)
▪ 3/4 cup organic coconut palm sugar
▪ 1 teaspoon of baking soda
▪ 1 teaspoon of baking powder (aluminum free)
▪ 1/2 teaspoon organic ground cinnamon
▪ 1/2 teaspoon of salt
▪ 2 squirts stevia (about 10 drops)
▪ 1/2 cup of organic butter, preferably raw
▪ 2 organic eggs
▪ 1/2 cup of water
▪ 1 tablespoon coconut nectar (or could use honey)
▪ 1 tablespoon organic vanilla extract
▪ 4 oz. organic apple sauce or 1 grated organic red apple

1. Put all dry ingredients in a bowl.
2. Add in your wet ingredients (stevia, butter, eggs, water, apple, sweetner and vanilla).
3. Put paper cupcake liners into your cupcake pan. Fill liners about two thirds full.
4. Bake at 325 degrees for approximately 30 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
5. Wait for them to cool before decorating with frosting.

Date Cashew Cream Frosting

▪ 2 cups raw cashews
▪ 1 1/3 cups cream, preferable raw
▪ 1 cup pitted organic dates
▪ 1 teaspoon organic vanilla extract
▪ 2 tablespoons organic maple syrup

1. Put all ingredients in blender and process until smooth. May take a while unless you have a Vitamix
2. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before you put on your cooled cupcakes.

Enjoy! Pregnant? Check out my baby registry checklist:

Here are all my fav products for natural living:

Curious about the equipment we use to make these videos?



Genevieve ,
Video Rating: / 5


20 thoughts on “Healthy Cupcakes that Kids Love

  1. Awesome! I want to try this recipe.

    But, instead of coconut nectar can organic blackstrap molasses be used instead? Same measurement? Also, we never use butter, I am assuming organic unrefined cold pressed coconut oil would be a good substitute for the butter, right? How much?

    And one last question, for the frosting, Our family never drink cow's milk. What is a healthy substitute for cream? We only use almond milk, flax milk, cashew milk, coconut milk, and sometimes rice milk. Would any of those milks work?

  2. This looks awesome! I have a child with MANY, MANY allergies. Last year I had an excellent recipe, but it required whole wheat flour. Could I just substitute rice flour? I've done that for a lot of things, but I don't usually make sweets, so not sure if it will work. If not, I might totally try the above recipe. 🙂 THANKS!

  3. I don't believe so. Our bodies actually need some arsenic in small quantities. I've used it since the news about brown rice syrup and not worried about it. You could always check in with your doctor.

  4. @PaulaAbdulRoxxxx6 Yes, we are waiting to hear from the brown rice syrup manufacturers. I do know that our bodies need arsenic but am concerned too to hear of levels. Once we know for sure we can make a final call. This recipe doesn't have brown rice syrup.

  5. MAMA NATURAL! i heard on the news that in some baby foods and other organic foods made with brown rice have been found FOUR TIMES the 'safe' amount of arsenic! be careful! i think it might be a good idea to look into it…. sorry to get all up in ya business 😉 but i would hate for one of your guys to get sick love you all! <3 katie

  6. i love this recipe. I write a blog called snackingoutsidethebox. .. Easy healthy snack recipes. I would love to connect.

  7. @dana1900 You can try making a cream cheese frosting. That would taste lovely on these cupcakes.

  8. @MamaNaturalBlog You use just a tiny amount of coconut flour and a huge amount of eggs, so it really isn't that much… something like 1/4c. coconut flour for a whole batch of muffins…

  9. @RavenMidnight911 The cupcakes are a bit "dense" tasting. Don't get me wrong, they are good but I think the frosting is an important part. You could do a traditional cream cheese frosting instead of the cashew one.

  10. @fluffywanderings Oh, yes, please do make a video. I haven't baked with coconut flour as the fiber content kinda freaks me out. LOL! Does it go OK with your digestive track?

Comments are closed.