Hop. I asked Angel O'Malley, the heroine of Huddle Up, to stop by and share her Beer and Pretzel Cupcakes recipe that she made for my Super Bowl Party. (The team her husband Billy Burner plays on didn't get in this year..shhhh)
1 pkg (16.5 oz) dark chocolate fudge cake mix.
1 cup of beer
1/3 cup oil
Preheat oven to 350 and line 24 muffin cups
with cupcake lines. Mix the ingredients above
on medium spread for 2 minutes. Divide among liners. Bake 18-20 minutes. Cool completely.
Take 1 can of icing and add a splash of beer and several tablespoons of green food coloring - mix. Then chill icing for a 30 minutes.
Ice cupcakes and trim with crushed pretzel pieces. Place a chocolate football on top. (make sure to unwrap the foil before eating the football)
When Angel O'Malley is left penniless by her deceased father's gambling debts, she is forced to sue pro football player Billy Burner for child support. Blindsided with a five-year-old daughter, he tackles fatherhood with the same commitment he gives to the game, but he has his eye on a bigger prize: Angel's heart.
She agrees to Billy's plan to play house to ensure the new father makes no rookie mistakes. Though their passions burn hotter than ever they must overcome old betrayals, past hurts, and new insecurities if they are to prevent history from repeating itself.
Can a long ago summer love turn into an everlasting one?
Huddle at Amazon
As part of the blog hop I'm giving away 1 eBook copy of Huddle Up to one commenter to be chosen at random on 2/6/14.
Please leave a comment and then hit the link below to visit the other awesome authors that are part of the blog hop.
3. N Kuhn
4. Liz Matis
5. VL Locey
8. Jean Joachim
10. Lily Harlem
11. Donna Gallagher
13. Keira Andrews
14. Melanie Ting
17. Suzan Butler
18. Megan Linden
That recipe looks deliciousReplyDelete
I love the blurb ! And the cupcakes look yummy!I usually cook things for the superbowl but I never really think of making a desert now I have a recipe for next year thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Just hopping through saying 'Hi!' to the other blog hop authors!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kim and Amy. They tasted delicious!ReplyDelete
That's an interesting recipe. How creative. Football rocks!ReplyDelete
It sure does Normandie! I like other sports but I get crazy when it comes to football.ReplyDelete
Hey VL and Normandie you both get an eBook copy of Huddle Up!ReplyDelete
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