Queen of baking! Footy WAG Rebecca Judd shows off her homemade cupcakes featuring her beloved Caramilk chocolate
It’s no secret that footy WAG Rebecca Judd loves Cadbury Caramilk.
And on Tuesday, the 37-year-old incorporated her favourite chocolate into a cupcake recipe while baking delicious treats for her four children.
Rebecca shared a clip of her three-year-old twin sons, Tom and Darcy, playing with the leftover cake mix in the bowl.
Queen of baking! AFL WAG Rebecca Judd showed off her scrumptious Caramilk cupcakes on Tuesday
‘Is there anything better?’ she said, as her boys smeared their hands around the inside of the mixing bowl.
Rebecca then told her fans: ‘We just made my standard cupcake recipe, but I’ve added a block of Caramilk chunks to see how it goes.’
‘I do have to taste test it first,’ she added.
Fun: The 37-year-old shared a clip of her three-year-old twin sons – Tom and Darcy – playing with the left over cake mix in the bowl. She told fans: ‘We just made my standard cupcake recipe, but I’ve added a block of Caramilk chunks to see how it goes’
Baking up a storm! Bec showed a glimpse of the cupcakes and the chocolate chunks baking away in the oven, which she said she put in for 20 minutes.
Finished! In a following clip, the mother-of-four showed off her son, Tom’s half eaten cupcake and the gooey chocolate oozing out. She wrote in the caption: ‘Omfg f*** yum! Recipe coming soon’
Later on, Rebecca shared a glimpse of the cupcakes baking away in the oven.
In a subsequent clip, she showed off Tom’s half-eaten cupcake and the gooey chocolate oozing out, writing the caption: ‘F*** yum! Recipe coming soon.’
Rebecca has been working on her baking skills while Melbourne goes through stage-four lockdown.
In recent weeks, she has shared recipes for her flourless chocolate cake and Caramilk Chunk cookies.
Delicious: In recent months while Melbourne has been in lockdown, Bec has proven her prowess in the kitchen and shared recipes for her flourless chocolate cake
Sweet treat: The mother-of-four has also shared her Caramilk Chunk cookies (pictured)
She has made no secret of her love of Caramilk, and in June excitedly revealed a friend had gifted her 10 blocks of it.
In November last year, she admitted she had been stockpiling the limited-edition chocolate bar, just in case supplies ran out.
Fortunately for her, Cadbury Australia revealed the much-loved chocolate was ‘coming back by popular demand’.
Yum! She has made no secret of her love of Caramilk, and in June excitedly revealed a friend had gifted her 10 blocks of it (pictured). In the past, Bec has also admitted to stockpiling the limited edition chocolate bar, just in case supply ran out