Add dry ingredients into wet ingredients and whisk to combine completely.
Divide batter evenly between 16 cupcake liners bake in pre-heated oven for 16-18 minutes minutes, or until a toothpick inserted and removed is clean of any wet cake batter.
Let cupcakes cool in the pan for 10 minutes before removing and cooling completely on a wire rack.
Make the filling:
Make 1 batch of Homemade Marshmallow Fluff and that post will have everything you need to know in it about doing so. You will have more than you need for this recipe but it is almost impossible to get egg whites to whip up if it is less than 3, so you'll need to make the whole batch.
Make Chocolate Ganache:
Place mini chocolate chips in a heat proof bowl.
Heat coconut milk until it is very hot (but not boiling) either in a microwave or in a very small pot over a low flame.
Pour over chocolate and shake the bowl to make sure the chips are covered by the hot milk. Let sit undisturbed for 5 minutes.
Whisk the chocolate and coconut milk together until a smooth ganache is formed. It is best to do this right before assembling the cupcakes because you'll want the ganache to be warm, but not hot.
Assemble the cupcakes:
Cut out a well from the cooled cupcakes with a knife and set aside the top. Using a spoon scoop out a teaspoon sized amount of cake to create a larger hole, and discard the cake scraps. Using your fingers gently press the sides of the hole until it is set and there are no loose crumbs.
Fill a pastry bag with the marshmallow cream and cut out a small hole. Fill the cupcakes and place the reserved cut top back on the cupcake and gently push it down so it's flat.
Dip the top of each filled cupcake carefully into the glaze, and gently lift it up to let to let the excess glaze drip off and than quickly flip it back right side up on a wire rack to cool completely.
To pipe the swirl either fill a pastry bag with melted and slightly cooled white chocolate, or you can use extra marshmallow fluff and make 4-5 swirls on the top of the cooled cupcake.
Enjoy cupcakes within two days. They can be stored at room temperature in an air tight container.
If your almond flour and cocoa powder is really lumpy you should sift all the dry ingredients together in a bowl.
You can skip the coffee and just increase the milk by 1/4 cup.
If your chocolate ganache ever gets too cold you can gently rewarm it it over a double-boiler or in the microwaves for 10 seconds at a time.
If you would like to make less chocolate cupcakes, you can use these ingredient amounts:
1-1/4 cups (120) almond flour
⅓ cup plus 1 tabespoon (35g) high-quality cocoa powder