These cupcakes are light, moist, fluffy and packed full of flavour. The crystallised ginger adds a delicious heat to these cakes. Enjoy them for dessert, afternoon tea or elevenses.
really good did them for halloween!!!!!! - 06 Nov 2011
I loved these. I followed the recipe, minus the crystalized ginger. Still VERY good! Moist, delicious cupcakes with the taste of the season in them. I made a simple cream cheese frosting with 4oz cream cheese, 1/2 cup butter, 2 cups powdered sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, 1 tsp cinnamon. What a hit with everyone! - 28 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Hi. I'm the creater of this recipe; here are some helpful hints: For those of you who tossed the batter because it was thick - so sorry! It IS thick - pumkin and pudding mix do that. For those of you in the future who get worried, don't! ***** Some people have commented on the difficulty of finding crystalized ginger. It's the same as candied ginger, sugared ginger, or ginger chips - they are all just different names/sizes. The two best places I can always find it, and really inexpensively, are Publix, in the bulk items ($5 a pound) and World Market - $3 for a jar or the ginger chips by the Ginger People (they sell them on their website, too, but they are a little more$). ***** If you are getting more of a muffin than a cupcake, you're not creaming your sugar and butter long enough. It should be really fluffy. You'll probably want to scoop the batter into the tins. - 27 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)