• 11/10 A Long Title Day 4

    From Dave Drum@1:3634/12 to All on Mon Nov 8 15:52:00 2021
    November 10: National Vanilla Cupcake Day

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    Title: Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes
    Categories: Cakes, Desserts, Chocolate
    Yield: 12 Servings

    12 Wafer cup cornets (Ice cream
    - cones w/flat bottoms)
    125 g Unsalted butter, room temp
    125 g Golden caster sugar
    2 lg Eggs
    100 g Self-raising flour
    5 tb Milk
    1 ts Vanilla extract

    150 g Unsalted butter; room temp
    180 g Cream cheese
    400 g Icing sugar
    Pink paste food colouring
    6 Chocolate flakes (sticks);
    - halved

    12-hole mini muffin tin
    Ice-cream scoop
    Plastic piping bag, fitted w/large star nozzle

    Set oven @ 190ºC/375ºF. Stand cornets (cones) in the
    tin’s holes.

    Put the butter and sugar into a large mixed are cream
    until light and fluffy. Incorporate the eggs slowly.
    Sieve the flour and add in with the milk and vanilla.
    Beat together until combined. Using an ice-cream scoop,
    divide the mixture between the cornets. Bake for 20
    mins. Cool cone cakes completely.

    Make the frosting by putting the butter, cream cheese
    and 200g icing sugar into a bowl and beat together until
    smooth. Be careful not to spray icing sugar all over
    your kitchen by either place a tea towel over the bowl
    or partly incorporate it by hand first. Add the rest of
    the icing sugar and beat until smooth.

    Spoon half of the frosting into another bowl, add a
    couple of drops of pink food colouring and mix together
    until evenly coloured.

    Spoon the pink cream cheese frosting into one side of a
    piping bag, then the vanilla into the other. Pipe a
    large swirl on the top of each cake. Push in a chocolate

    By: Jessica Dady

    RECIPE FROM: https://www.goodto.com

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