These cupcakes are delicious!
- 110 g Unsalted butter
- 200 g Caster sugar
- 2 Large eggs
- 2 tbsp Vanilla extract
- 175 g Flour
- 2 tbsp Milk
Directions: In a mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix well. Pour into cupcake liners that have been greased with cooking spray or melted butter (I prefer cooking spray). Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
110g unsalted butter, at room temperature
- 110g unsalted butter, at room temperature
- How to get butter at room temperature: You’ll need a small bowl that can fit inside your fridge and another pan with a tight fitting lid. Put the bowl of butter in the fridge for an hour or two (depending on how warm your kitchen is), then set the pan over low heat until it starts to melt. The goal here is not to boil—just bring it close enough so that any solid bits of fat will melt away into liquid form. The longer this goes on, the more liquid will be produced; once you see some separation happening in between layers/white flecks of solidified fat floating around in there, take note of how much it’s all looking like melted marshmallow fluff!
200g caster sugar
Caster sugar is a type of white granulated sugar that has been finely ground. It’s made from the same process as regular granulated white sugar, but it has a finer grain and can be used in baking and confectionery. If you’re looking to add texture or flavor to your recipes, then caster sugar might be a good option for you!
Caster sugars are great when you want to make sweets with nuts or fruit pieces because they won’t lose their shape when baked into cookies or cakes. They also work well with chocolate chips because they’ll melt evenly into each bite without leaving any crumbly pieces behind either–just like real chocolate does!
2 large eggs, at room temperature
2 large eggs, at room temperature
Separate the yolks from the whites. Put the yolks in one bowl and keep them warm on top of your kitchen counter or in a pot to heat up. Make sure you do not overheat them because this will make them rubbery and unusable!
Separate the egg whites from their shells and put those into another bowl (or use an electric mixer). Beat until stiff peaks form when you lift the beaters out of their mixing bowl on top of them (like this). Once they have reached this point, add half of it back into its original container with all its goodness intact; then repeat with another half until all are added back together again before stirring even more gently into batter mixture until combined thoroughly with no streaks showing through any part where there should not be any visible separation between ingredients within same mixture itself – otherwise called “mixed” appearance instead of smooth texture since no granules remain visible after being mixed together
2 tsp vanilla extract
To add vanilla extract to the mixture, simply add 1 tsp of vanilla extract. This flavoring is made from the essence of whole pods of vanilla beans that have been dried and ground into a powder. It’s used in baking, cooking and other food preparation to give food an appealing flavor.
Vanilla extracts come in many forms — from liquid to paste or flakes — but all contain more than 50% alcohol from which they derive their distinctive aroma. The process for making this delicious ingredient involves soaking whole dried beans in a solution of alcohol (usually vodka) and water until they are soft enough to chop up with a sharp knife (and then dehydrate).
2 tbsp milk
- Milk is a liquid.
- Milk is good for you.
- You can use milk to make other things. For example, if you’re making cookies and want them to be extra moist and chewy—think of how much more butter you’d use if they weren’t already so delicious! Or maybe your recipe calls for chocolate chips but those are expensive and hard to find around here (or maybe they aren’t really that expensive). Well then just add some milk into the mix instead! It’ll still taste great even though it may not have any chocolate chips in it anymore…but who cares? Your kids will love eating these treats as long as there’s enough sugar on top so that nobody gets hurt during mealtime entertainment time!
These cupcakes are tasty!
These cupcakes are tasty! They’re easy to make, so you can whip them up in no time. And they look adorable on a plate or in the hands of your guests. If you’re hosting an event, these cupcakes will definitely be a hit with everyone at the party.
Whether you’re looking for an easy dessert recipe that everyone will love or just want something special for yourself, this is the perfect choice!
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