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Vanilla Cupcakes

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created: 2012/10/14 changed: 2012/10/18
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Ingredients

Portions12 portion(s)
  • 100 g butter, at room temp
  • 100 g full cream milk, at room temp
  • 150 g caster sugar
  • 150 g plain four
  • 1 level tsp baking powder
  • 2 eggs, at room temp
  • 1 level tsp vanilla extract
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

1.

Place the flour and baking powder into the bowl. Turbo for a few times and then set aside to use later.


2.

Pulverise the sugar for 20 seconds at speed 10.


3.

Add butter and mix for 15 seconds at speed 10. Now insert the butterfly and continue to cream for 1 minute at speed 4. The sugar should be dissoved. Push creamed mixture down with the spatula.


4.

Add eggs, on at a time, and then the vanilla extract over 30 seconds on speed 4 through the opening of the lid. Push down mixture again with the spatula before proceeding to the next step.


5.

Alternatively add all of the flour and milk, starting with one third of the flour, then half half milk, one third flour, remaining milk and finish with the remaining flour over 40 seconds on speed 2.


6.

Pour cake mixture into cup cake cases, not filling more that two thirds of the way.


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Place into a preheated oven at 180 C. Bake for about 14 minutes or if skewer comes out clean. Avoid overbaking as cupcakes will dry out too much and be very hard. Allow to cool on a wire rack before decorating with buttercream frosting.



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Recipe's preparation

1.

Place the flour and baking powder into the bowl. Turbo for a few times and then set aside to use later.


2.

Pulverise the sugar for 20 seconds at speed 10.


3.

Add butter and mix for 15 seconds at speed 10. Now insert the butterfly and continue to cream for 1 minute at speed 4. The sugar should be dissoved. Push creamed mixture down with the spatula.


4.

Add eggs, on at a time, and then the vanilla extract over 30 seconds on speed 4 through the opening of the lid. Push down mixture again with the spatula before proceeding to the next step.


5.

Alternatively add all of the flour and milk, starting with one third of the flour, then half half milk, one third flour, remaining milk and finish with the remaining flour over 40 seconds on speed 2.


6.

Pour cake mixture into cup cake cases, not filling more that two thirds of the way.


7.

Place into a preheated oven at 180 C. Bake for about 14 minutes or if skewer comes out clean. Avoid overbaking as cupcakes will dry out too much and be very hard. Allow to cool on a wire rack before decorating with buttercream frosting.



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Tip

This recipe has been adapted from the Crabapple Bakery Cupcake Cookbook.

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Tip

This recipe has been adapted from the Crabapple Bakery Cupcake Cookbook.

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COMMENTS (51)
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Best ever cupcakes, thanks!

 

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Love  BEST cupcakes that I have EVER made!  Now my official go-to recipe.  Thank you Ginisann.

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This recipe was wonderful!  We doubled the recipe to make enough for my daughters preschool and it worked perfectly.  We just had to mix a little longer when creaming the butter and sugar, and again when incorporating the milk and flour.  I did forget to double the eggs though, but it didnt seem to matter.  After reading other comments, I watched the cupcakes like a hawke when they were baking, and was sure to take them out before they started to colour much.  The result was 56 perfect mini cupcakes... well now 54 because we couldnt wait for them to be iced before we tried them.  Yummm!  Will never make cupcakes in the mixer again!  Thanks so much!

this cupcake recipe is amazing! its like eating air lol Wink well done and thank you! i used cream cheese icing with a hink of lemon juice! yum yum

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I tried these twice and they just don't work for me. I'm disappointed as I had high hopes after all the great ratings and comments. First off, I found the recipe quite fiddly. For example, you are trying to push flour from a bowl through the TM lid, so it goes everywhere. After the final mix there will be dry flour all over the butterfly, so you'll have to try and scrape it off and re-mix. I think it is harder too because the ingredients are written in random order rather than the order you use them. I would be okay this all that if the result was good, but these and bland and a little dry. The first time, I thought maybe I had over cooked them, so the second time I was really careful to pull them out as soon as they stopped bubbling. I thought if anything they might be under cooked because they weren't yet brown at all, but they ended up still being dry.

Unfortunately, I will be trying a different recipe next time.

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Just made these for my sons birthday party over the weekend. Beautiful light and fluffy cupcakes. Were delicious with cream cheese icing! I doubled the mix and it made 24 cakes perfectly. Yum!

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These are the best cupcakes.  Kids and adults just love them!!

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My fave vanilla cupcake recipe!

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The all time cupcake recipe.  Thanks for sharing. Yum!!

These cupcakes are great.  Nice and light and yummy!

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OMG  Love

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Best cupcakes!!!! 

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Best cupcakes Ive ever eaten let alone made! Amazing. Thanks so much for sharing

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Fab! Curdled because I was too impatient to let the eggs and milk come to room temp but still worked out fine.

how much vanilla bean did you put in? Smile

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made these with vanilla bean paste and butercream icing. they are amazing and will make again!

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This is my new vanilla cupcake recipe!!! Made them today for my friends son's birthday party and turned out beautiful... light and fluffy, and not too sweet - topped them with blue and red buttercream for the spiderman theme - my friend was very happy with them  Laughing out loud :D Laughing out loud

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Absolutely perfect cupcakes. Thank you for sharing  Love

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You can't overfill the bowl. I would double recipe and make 2 double batches. I double the mixture for the too easy chocolate cake in the every day cook book and it works out great. 

 

Smile Delish cupcakes! Loved licking the cake batter from bowl and did managed to bake some! The cupcakes turned out lovely tasting, light and also came away well from the cupcake casings, which is a pet hate of mine, when you eat a cake and half of it is stuck on the cup cake wrapper! But not these ones, these peeled away nicely. Have frozen for bday party (so only got to sample 1 Sad  )Will be making again. Thanks for a great recipe. Has anyone making own icing sugar from blitzing the raw sugar for this recipe? Or do you need to use caster sugar for these cakes?

To : TheMumma.      Hi, I'm new in baking cupcake, thinking to bake about 30 cupcakes for my daughter's 4th birthday on this coming Sunday. Can I know your 4batch are at one time (ingredients x4) ? How many cupcakes u get from 4 batch? Thanks in advance.               From : Vivien

Great recipe!! These were so light and fluffy! I was a but impatient and most my ingredients weren't at room temp but it still worked - I will be more prepared next time. Love the flat tops, perfect for decorating :) 

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I've been making the Crabapple vanilla cupcakes for about 5 years now in my Kenwood. Takes about 20 mins to get them in the oven, and I thought that was great. This recipe has BLOWN ME AWAY!! In the oven in under 5 mins and were exactly the same. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Smile

These cakes weren't very good, they were GREAT !!!!! So soft and fluffy!  Big smile

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Made these again and just perfect again. I took them to work (the boss had a birthday) and everyone RAVED about them. I get about 14 out of one batch.... think it depends on size of cupcake cases that you're using. Lovely flat top and I piped on some frosting, added sprinkles and they were fab. This will be my 'go to' cupcake recipe from now on! 

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Perfect cupcakes.  I filled to 2/3 and they puffed up so if you want them flat fill them less. Then the mixture will make more. Mine only made 9. I will double the mixture as they are so yummy.  I also made the icing above. Great combo. Thanks for the recipe! 

 

Hi,

If I wanted to make a cake rather than cupcakes with this recipe, how long would you do it at 180C?

Thanks a Devine cup cake mix my first batch with my thermie and definitely not my last !!! Yummy  Smile

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Very tasty cupcakes and that perfect flat top you want when decorating!!  Smile

These cupcakes were amazing! Deliciously light & moist. I doubled the recipe and have put extras in the freezer for school lunches. Thanks! Smile :)

I just doubled the batch (twice) and this makes 18 - 24 cupcakes depending.  Yum!  Very easy and good results both times.  Has anyone tried to freeze these to ice & serve another day?

Hi can you tell me if yor oven settings are for fan.

Can't wait to try this. I am a massive fan of the Crabapple book. Also used to make them in my mixer. Will be giving this a whirl later, should save heaps of time! 

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These cupcakes are so delicious, will definitely make again. Very light and fluffy. 

Just made 4 batches of these for my sitters baby shower  Party they are the first cupcakes I have made..... EVER and I love them  Love  I did substitute the extract for vanilla bean  Cooking

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These are great. Will defiantly be making these again.

These are great. Will defiantly be making these again.

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These are fabulously light, I agree. Commendations from Perth, Western Australia. I doubled the recipe and it still worked beautifully making approximately 2 dozen cup cakes. I turned mine into butterfly cakes with whipped cream and wings dusted with icing suger. All devoured, demolished, delicious! THANKS :) will use again and again...

 

ejwarner wrote:

I have previously used this "Crabapple Bakery Cupcake" recipe before I had my Thermomix, it is a fantastic recipe and makes delicious cupcakes - I can't wait to get home from work tonight and try it out Thermie-Style!

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this is the best cupcake recipe I have ever made !! So light and fluffy and really fresh the next day as well ! So great to make the day before for a Birthday Party ! I iced them with a cream cheese frosting . 1/2 block of cream cheese / 125gms of icing sugar 20 gms butter all mixed on speed 9 until combined . Yummy 

Can't wait to try this!

Is it okay to double the recipe?

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Made these for my daughter's birthday earlier this year - delicious!

 

Many thanks for sharing this recipe. The cupcakes were lovely. 

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i just made these cupcakes today with my own recipe of vanilla icing and omg yummy! 

they are so light and fluffy! i will be making these time and time again! thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!

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OMG, I could have eaten the entire mix before it even hit the oven!!!!  How delicious is it!?  I had to fight the kids off to clean the bowl (next time I'll make it when they're at school Smile hehehe).  These are seriously the best cupcakes I've ever made! Light and fluffy and yummy!!!  Thank you so much for converting the recipe and sharing it with us. 

I loved using the Crabapple Bakery recipe too before my thermie. Took a while to perfect it and I think I've mastered it. You can whip up a batch in no time at all in your thermie. Hope yours turn out as delicious.

That's right, I left the butterfly in until the end. That helps to make the batter lighter.

These cupcakes are truely worth the extra effort.  They are so light and fluffy.  Once the butterfly was in, I left it in for the entire recipe - was that right?  Thanks for sharing.  I'll be amking these often.  Smile

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