Guinness Cupcakes w/ Bailey’s Buttercream | VEGAN Cupcake Recipe | St Patricks Day | Edgy Veg


♫ Whisk whisk whisk whisk whisk whisk ♫ We like to whisk whisk whisk whisk That’s my whisking song, you’re welcome. Sign me, I am a great singer. Today on the Edgy Veg
I am going to show you how to make Guinness and Baileys cupcakes which are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, but also just if you want
to like drink your booze and eat your dessert at
the same time, which I do, and now you can too. (upbeat music) Subscriber of the week
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all of our social media in the description box below. All right, guys so I took
a poll on my instastories and I asked if you guys
wanted an Irish stew or Guinness and Baileys cupcakes. And even though I hate
baking and you know this, you guys picked cupcakes, so we’re here and we’re making cupcakes. So Guinness itself is not vegan
but you can do this recipe with any dark stout that you want, and a lot of them are vegan. All you have to do is
just go to barnivore.com and type in the one that you’re looking at and it’ll tell you if it’s vegan or not. So I picked this one, it is vegan, and we are going to put
that into a saucepan with some vegetable oil and
heat it up until it’s boiling. Now that it’s boiling, we are
going to add some cocoa powder and whisk that together and
take it off the heat right away. All right, now that we have
our chocolate, beer, oil situation, we’re gonna set
that aside, and we are going to mix together the dry ingredients. So we’re gonna add one cup
of flour, one cup of sugar, 3/4 teaspoon of baking soda,
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, 1/4 teaspoon of salt, and we’re
gonna whisk it all together. I’m just gonna set that
aside because now we’re going to do our wet ingredients. Now I mixed together a flax
egg which is one teaspoon of flax with three teaspoons of water. We’re just gonna let that
sit for five minutes. Now that that’s nice and
gelatinous, we have our flax egg. I would add 1/3 of a
cup of coconut yogurt. You can use sweetened or unsweetened. I’m using unsweetened. You can also use cashew or
almond or soy, if you want. It’s really up to you as
long as it’s just a yogurt. We’re just gonna mix that together. Now if you have a handheld
mixer, you can use that, but I have this beautiful
stand mixer, and I’m just gonna use it ’cause I don’t
have to use my hands. They’re very delicate. No, it’s just it’s I’m lazy. Now that it’s mixed, we’re
going to add the chocolate, beer, oil concoction
that we had on the stove and again, you guessed
it, whisk it or blend it or mix it together. We have this like yogurt,
chocolate, and beer concoction which I will be honest does
not taste good right now. So if you want to taste
test with your pinky, don’t do it now. Wait until it really tastes good. We’re gonna do that by
adding the dry ingredients ’cause it has sugar in it, and sugar makes everything taste better. Add that in and then, you
guessed it, we’re gonna whisk, we’re gonna stir, we’re gonna do a little shimmy like Hillary. And that’s how easy it is to make batter. I know, why do I hate
baking, ’cause I burn things, but it’s really not that hard. We have this beautiful batter which now you can taste test if you want to. We’re gonna put it into cupcake liners. So just get yourself a
cupcake or muffin tin, and then we are going to add our batter to the cupcake liners. So you want to fill them
up only 3/4 of the way because they will rise. Put these guys into the
oven at 350 for 22 minutes and then we will have
cupcakes. (excited yelling) I love cupcakes. I don’t always love making them,
but I do enjoy eating them. You know what else I enjoy consuming? Beer, see you in a couple minutes. While the cupcakes are baking,
I am going to make frosting because you cannot have delicious cupcakes without delicious, fluffy, white frosting, or green frosting if you want
to like add some spirulina or green food coloring in there if you’re into food coloring. But I’m not really into that,
plus like green’s kinda tacky, except for this shirt. This shirt is great. To make the frosting,
I’m going to add 1/2 cup of vegan room temperature butter, three cups confectioners sugar
added at 1/2 cup intervals, and then three tablespoons
of vegan Baileys. Now you can buy vegan
Baileys at the grocery store or you can make your own. I have a recipe on how to do that. I will leave a link in
the description box below and you can make your own. Mmm, so good. Now that we have our
frosting, I’m gonna stick it into the fridge until our
cupcakes are nice and cold. Okay, it’s been 22 minutes,
our cupcakes are ready to go. Let them cool either on
a wire rack or in the pan for about an hour minimum or until they’re cold to the touch. You don’t even want them
to be a teensy bit warm or else when you frost
them, the frosting is just gonna melt all over the
cupcake and you’re just gonna have a goopy, gloopy, gross mess. All right, guys, let’s watch
me screw up this cupcake because I’m terrible at decorating them. Start from the inside, go
to the outside, and swirl. Yes, actually not a bad job. All right, guys, there you
have it, delicious Baileys and Guinness, without the
actual Guinness, cupcakes. It’s so pretty. I’m actually very impressed with myself. I would actually serve
these to other people and not just eat them alone in my bed. Oh, my god. You have to make this, it’s delicious. If you’re going to like
a St. Patrick’s Day party or hosting a party or
just want to celebrate but you worked that day so
you’re not going out that night, you can just eat these
while watching Netflix. They’re so F-ing delicious. I promise you, you will love them. If you want the recipe for this, it is in the description box, as always. If you like this recipe,
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81 thoughts on “Guinness Cupcakes w/ Bailey’s Buttercream | VEGAN Cupcake Recipe | St Patricks Day | Edgy Veg

  1. I've never made vegan cupcakes but these actually look super easy and accessible. Not to mention perfect for the holiday ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I'm all about this recipe. Can't wait to try this! Also, glad that I'm not the only one that eats cupcakes in bed ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Could you use coconut milk instead of vegan yogurt (maybe if you mixed the cream with some of the water it'd have the same texture idk)

  4. Beeautiful. How would you like to come to salad night with me? I am the BEST BOYFRIEND you'll EVER have. We'll have heaping tablespoons of fun! I'll teach you canning if you want, so you will be able to can that beauty and preserve it for years. I'm not afraid to cry! I am sensitive and will cry if you refuse to invest in me. My Pastor Davies told me that I need to find a woman with a fiery spirit, fiery enough to cleanse the gaza strip. You are beaautiful. I'd tear those clothes off using the pulled pork claws I bought but they don't work for some reason.

  5. Maybe you've been asked this before, but what does your tattoo say?! I tried to pause the video a couple of times to read it, but always missed! Awesome recipe. Chocolate in anything. YUM!!

  6. https://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/11/05/business/guinness-is-going-vegan.html

    Here it is! I knew I heard somewhere that it was going vegan.

  7. Just finishing my 1st month of being vegan, I started on V-day because no one was bringing me milk chocolates anyway. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Absolutely love watching your videos and getting inspired to make all sorts of vegan food. โค๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ

  8. These seem simple enough; thanks for sharing it. While I wish you'd say what kind of beer you used, I understand you may not want to endorse for legal reasons. You're so real, with approachable recipes, which is very helpful for people just going vegan. I've been lacto-ovo for about 28 years, but people like you inspire me to reach farther.

    Anyway, I had a question: Do you know, is this a riff on red velvet? That originally had red wine as an ingredient, but over time, anti-alcohol people swamped the recipe with fake ones, just adding food coloring, till you almost can't find the original. I don't know if the cream cheese icing/frosting originally had a liquor in it or not, but I suspect it may have had. Perhaps triple sec (orange), or amaretto di Sorrono? Maybe a raspberry brandy? See? You got me inspired and thinking. Now I need to go look up how to make vegan cream cheese…

  9. Hi Candice, great recipe but can you clarify the measurements for the flaxegg please? You said teaspoon but on screen measurement said tablespoon. Thanks x

  10. Thank you! Oh god I shared this on facebook before watching now I'm going to seem like an ass but this is a great recipe that should be seen by all ๐Ÿ™ What a predicament.

  11. I found out that Guinness has some vegan products. If it's brewed in Australia, it's vegan. If it's the Blonde American Lager, it's also vegan. Other than that I don't think there's any other Guinness that's vegan.

  12. The shirt IS great ; ) This is a really delectable-looking recipe, and I will have fun looking for a vegan stout at the liquor store Wednesday when I return empties! TFP!

  13. Guinness is not vegan. It is made with Isinglass (a substance obtained from the dried swim bladders of fish) to help filter the beer

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  15. Sometimes I make awesome stuff but sometimes it turns out so oily!!! Kill me. I think it's cause I just mix everything at once though and not creaming sugar and butter before….

  16. Not relevant to this video at all, but I would love to see you do a vegan Sauerbraten recipe one day – I still remember the amazing aroma of my grandma's Sauerbraten gravy and the potato dumplings and red cabbage.

  17. I could watch your videos forever and not because I am vegan or I don't know how to cook. It's because you are so funny and charming that make your videos addictive! Love from London! x

  18. Yummy! Great video! Big like from us! As you can tell from our last video we really enjoy St. Patrick's day! ๐Ÿ˜‰ HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!!!

  19. I made these for My Husband's St. Patrick's Day work party and I wanted to keep them to myself!! Thank you for this recipe! My Husband and I recreate a lot of your recipes and they always turn out great. Love your videos!! โ˜˜๏ธ๐Ÿ’•

  20. Does anyone have a recipe for a less sugary frosting? i would love to make these i just know that the frosting wouldn't be for me ๐Ÿ˜›

  21. HI LOVE <3 I just found your channel yaw love it! I am a new and would love to have you professional opinion & advices ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx if you have time of course! Will be watching you ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. YUM!! I have actually never tried a "guiness" flavored dessert but always see them. I may need to finally experiment this recipe into my life.

  23. I've tried 6 of your recipes and they all came out delicious and even meat eaters liked them. So your YouTube page is the page I share for people considering veganism. LOVE YOU GUYS โค๏ธ

  24. Thank you Candice! Gorgeous as Always!
    Food for Thought: Since Guinness is not vegan, and you are not actually using it in this recipe, perhaps Irish Stout Cupcakes w/ Bailey's Buttercream?

  25. amazing! ๐Ÿ™‚
    just a side question: do you have the link for the big ice cream scoop, you use so often in your videos?

  26. Been craving Guinness but I'm pregnant. Sooooo…. cupcakes instead!!! Thanks!!! I can't find the diy Bailey's recipe though. Is it right there and I'm missing it?

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