Turkey Zucchini cupcakes with mashed potatoes frosting

Huh? Have you really read the title correctly?
Yes, you have! Sweet cupcakes were yesterday, hearty cupcakes are today!
Sure, I really like classic cupcakes, so that's where it all started somehow.
But after I'm on the Looking for healthy dishes (yeah, I'm still there!) On the net on the very successful site http://www.skinnytaste.com/encountered and stumbled on this recipe, it happened to me: hearty, low-fat and somehow healthy cupcakes, come on!
I have not blogged for another week, which is simply because my healthy kitchen is not always really handsome. There was a cauliflower and potato soup whose color was so inedible that I preferred to eat it in the dark. Something I can not capture photographically just. And the fact that there is a wholemeal casserole with boiled ham and peas around once a week because I'm in such a hurry, you would be bored at some point.
The cupcakes are really great and that's why I do not want to withhold them from you!
The recipe will definitely be more often with me, also with modifications.
I have The whole deliberately made easy, but you have nothing in the way to use normal minced meat, this may be filled with cheese and prepare your mashed potatoes with butter and cream. Even in the choice of herbs and spices, the imagination has no limit.
I imagine it all great on a finger food or party buffet before or on a children's birthday.
Man I can either eat the cupcakes hot or cold, but they have actually tasted a bit better for me. The dear colleagues Testesser were also thrilled.
Turkey and zucchini cupcakes with mashed potatoes frosting
for about 6 cupcakes
For the cupcakes:
250g turkey breast
1 small onion
1 clove garlic
1 medium zucchini
2-3 tablespoons (whole wheat) breadcrumbs
1 egg
Salt, pepper, paprika powder
Olive oil
Turn the turkey breast fillet through the mincer or grind into mince in the shredder.
Onion and garlic Peel and sauté in a little olive oil, lightly color.
Divide the zucchini, cut out the inner core and add the Zucc Chop hini coarsely in the crusher or grate on a square grater.
Put the onion and garlic cubes, courgettes, breadcrumbs, eggs and spices into turkey meat in a large bowl and knead into a smooth dough.
Lay out a muffin tin with small molds and spread the meat dough evenly over the small molds, filling to the brim and pressing smoothly.
At approx.There must not be any left over.
Add sour cream and spices, mix well and season to taste. Toss the thyme leaves off the twigs and stir in.
Put the mashed potatoes into a piping bag with a large star spout. Unfortunately, I have used a too small grommet, you get the determined beautiful ...
Mashed potatoes on the finished cupcakes and tan at will, just under the grill a little bit.
Warm or Serve cold. This fits an additional ketchup topping 😉
Bon appetit!