Monday, August 27, 2012

White chocolate and Macadamia Cupcakes: Let's enjoy the happy moment together.

 I just came back from my sister's home, and when my niece saw me, the first thing that she told me was " I want to eat cake".

Well, it's not hard to make cupcakes, and it's fun to make it with children too. Because she always helps me lately, let her beat the butter with sugar or stir something make her happy. 
Yummy, yummy!
This time I made White chocolate and Macadamia Cupcakes, by mixing something that you like into the basic cupcake recipe, and you will have endless recipes of cupcake. And don't forget to share the special moment with your family too, not only when eating it, let them make it with you.


White chocolate and Macadamia Cupcakes
Makes 6 (standard cupcake tin)


65g ................................ Butter
65g ................................. Granulated sugar
........................................ A pinch of salt
1 ..................................... Egg
1tsp ................................ Vanilla extract
65g ................................. Cake flour
1tsp ................................ Baking powder
1tbsp .............................. Milk
2tbsp .............................. Whipping cream
40g ................................. White chocolate, chopped
30g ................................. Macadamia nut, roasted and chopped
Topping
150g ............................... Whipping cream
15g .................................. Icing sugar
.......................................... White chocolate, shaved 


Preheat the oven to 180°C. 
Line cupcake tin with paper cup.
Sift the cake flour with the baking powder.
Mix the milk and the whipping cream together.


  Beat the butter, sugar, and salt  together until light in color, beat in the egg, and vanilla extract.
 Pour half of the flour mixture into the bowl, fold to combine.
Pour the milk mixture into the bowl, fold to combine, the add the rest of the flour with the macadamia nut and white chocolate, and fold to combine.
Scoop the batter into the prepared cup and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the top of the cake spring back when touch lightly. Let the cake cool completely on the wire racks.
For topping
Whip the whipping cream with the icing sugar until firm peaks form.
Pipe the whipped cream on the top of the cake and sprinkle the white chocolate over the cake.



White chocolate and Macadamia Cupcakes: 
Let's enjoy the happy moment together.

14 comments:

Pei San said...

This is easy and looks so delicious!!

hui said...

the cupcake looks delicious! thanks for sharing! you never fail to inspire ^^ this is exactly what i'm looking for to make for a very picky sweet-toothed nephew ^^

Jess @ Bakericious said...

the cupcake looks really good. and your niece is very pretty!

Spencer said...

Looks delicious! I reckon I could eat about 100 of them.

Anonymous said...

HI!

Those white chocolate cupcakes looks delicious especially the little girl with the cupcake. She is very pretty like those Thai Lakorn stars.
Thanks for sharing.

Yen

Simply bakes said...

HI! Perfect as usual<3 Just asking, do you normally memorise recipes so you can bake off the back of your hand or do you refer to recipe books? Cause your measurements are in grams and looks really cool!

witchz said...

Hi can i ask if the topping holds up in warm weather like singapore?

dailydelicious said...

Hi, Pei San
Thank you
Hi, Hui
Thank you, I hope he will love it too ^^.
Hi, Jess
Thank you
Hi, Spencer
Haha, Thank you.
Hi, Yen
It's my pleasure!! ^^
Hi, Simply bakes
If I make it often I can remember it, but I always write in down in my note book.
Hi, witchz
It can't stand hot weather, -*-, due to the fact that the whipped cream will melt easily.

Jamma Ting said...

i love your blog! may i know what brand of vanilla extract do you usually use??

Jenna said...

Just found your blog coz of good friend of mine posted it on fc. Your blog is so impressive. Awesome pictures and with clear explanation make every dish so simple to make.
Obviously you enjoy every tiny moment of your baking journey. Congratulations! :)

dailydelicious said...

Hi,Jamma Ting
I use Nielsen-Massey, and you it as a base for my home made vanilla extract.
Hi, Jenna
Thank you.

cyndi said...

Hi,
Can I replace the 2tbsp of whipping cream with milk instead.?

:-)



dailydelicious said...

Yes you can ^^

dailydelicious said...

Yes you can ^^

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