It is that time again folks, a time to over indulge in sweets while giving back to your community. It is time for Eat My Blog, a charity bake sale hosted by fellow Angelino bloggers Cathy Dahn of Gastronomy Blog and Diana Hossfeld of Diana Takes a Bite. All proceeds from the bake sale go to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. The inaugural Eat My Blog bake sale was held last winter and was a huge success. Eat My Blog gathers food bloggers, restaurant owners, chefs, bakers and the like to contribute sweet goodness to raise money to help fight hunger. Last year I contributed Let Me Eat Cake oatmeal sandwich cookies. They were a hit and I had a blast being part of this amazing event.

For this year’s second annual Eat My Blog charity bake sale I will be donating ube cupcakes with a coconut butter cream frosting from The Manila Machine (LA’s first and only Filipino food truck- my food truck!). We are excited to contribute and hope that you all come down and share in the fun. It is going to be a sweet time for a good cause. Come enjoy a plethora of confections and meet some bloggers. I will be working 10am-1pm so make sure to say hi!

Now you can drool over this preview of the cupcakes I will be bringing…


You can find the Manila Machine ube cupcake recipe here, but why bake them visit us on the truck and you can enjoy theses plus many many more delicious Filipino eats!

24 Comments on Eat My Ube Cupcake

  1. i loooooooooooooove ALL things ube!!! these look amazing!!! i can't wait for your truck to come up north (the valley or ventura county)!

    quick ? for you: where can i get ube extract? i never knew such a thing existed. thank you & many congrats on your new venture!

  2. The ube cupcakes look soooo good!

    The cupcakes were gone by the time my friends got to Eat My Blog! I suppose I'll have to stop by the Manila Machine 🙂

  3. These are awesome! I know this a weird question but are you half Filipino and half Caucasian? I was trying to figure out the Filipino connection!

  4. Uh oh! I’d love to try these, but the link for the recipe no longer works. Any way you could post the recipe again?

  5. Hello 🙂 I was trying to click on the link for the recipe for your Ube Cupcake but the like didn’t work. I was wondering if you could email your recipe to me? Please and thank you 🙂

  6. Your ube cupcake looks amazing. My friend tried and said they were fantastic. I would like to try one but i have to travel there. Would you be able to share your recipe to me please. thank you very much. more power.

  7. Hi! I was looking for your ube cupcake recipe, but the link doesn’t seem to work anymore. Could you please re-post it or send it to me? Oh! and, your pork belly & pineapple adobo recipe, please! Thanks ever so much! 🙂

  8. Hi! I want to try your ube cupcake recipe but the link doesn’t seem to work or I can’t find it here. Could you please send it to me? Thanks!

  9. Can the Manila Machine, uh, truck on down to the other West Coast, ie West Africa?

    Am having a crave attack. For anything ube.

    In particular, ube riceflour cakes with fresh coconut shredding inside and a cheddar strip on top.

    Has anyone tried ube pancakes with sliced salted egg in the middle?

    Well, I’ll just make black millet pancakes with sea salt crystals and hibiscus-infused honey and pretend it’s what I really want.

  10. The ube cupcakes look amazing! The link was working a few days ago but doesn’t seem to be working anymore. Could I please have the recipe?

  11. Hi Natasha, I too don’t find the like button… My husband is Filipino and would love these cupcakes. Please send me the recipe. Thank you so much!

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