- 85 g Self Raising Flour
- 70 g plain flour
- 113 g Butter, softened
- 170 g castor sugar
- 2 eggs, large, room temperature
- 25 g Milk, (Full cream was used for this recipe)
- 1/2 tsp vanilla essence
- 85 g Butter, softened
- 40 g cocoa powder, (Dutch processed was used for this recipe)
- pinch salt
- 120 g icing sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla essence
- 1 tablespoon Milk, (Full cream was used for this recipe)
- 30 g cream, fresh, thickened
- cocunut, desiccated
- 300 g cream, fresh, thickened
Place butter on bench.
Preheat oven to 170 ºc.
Line a cupcake/muffin tin with cupcake liners.
Place butter and castor sugar into bowl for 20 seconds on speed 5. Butter and sugar should be creamed together.
Add eggs and mix for a further 3 seconds on speed 5.
Add self-raising flour and plain flour. Mix for 5 seconds on speed 5 again.
Add milk and vanilla essence. Mix again for 5 - 10 seconds on speed 5. Be careful not to over beat as this will make the cakes hard instead of soft and fluffy. I would therefore only mix for 5 seconds, check the batter, and if necessary mix for a further 5 seconds.
Spoon the batter into the cupcake liners and then place into the oven.
Bake for 20-25 minutes at 170 ºc.
Wash bowl . Can be a little bit wet inside after washing.
Place fresh thickened cream into bowl.
Mix for 30 seconds on speed 5, or until your desire. (This is merely from page 11 of the 'Everyday C6. Wash or rinse the bowl. The bowl doesn't need to be completely dry for next step.
Add icing sugar and mix for 5 seconds on speed 5.
Add milk and vanilla essence, mixing again for 5 seconds on speed 5.
Use a teaspoon to make a hole in the centre of the cupcakes. The hole should be deep but not too wide.
Ice the cupcake with a butter knife making sure the cupcake is completely covered. The chocolate icing/butter cream should also cover the hole in the centre, but not completely fill it.
Use a piping bag or icing utensil to pipe the fresh cream into the centre of the cupcake.
Sprinkle with desiccated coconut. Refridgerate.
Decorations - Fresh Cream (whipped)
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