Butter icing recipe

Vanilla cupcakes – Pretty rose cupcakes with butter vanilla icing

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  You will need the following items:

Self Raising flour250 g
Margarine or butter softened250 g
Caster sugar250 g
Eggs4
Milk1/4 cup
Lemon juice and Vanilla essence1  tsp each
Salt3 pinches
Baking powder1 tsp

Let’s make them: Set the oven to 180 C .

Cream the batter

  • Beat butter and sugar together until creamy, using an electric hand mixer (3 mins)
  • Add eggs, one at a time. Make sure you beat well after each addition
  • Add vanilla essence,  lemon juice, salt and beat for two rounds

Sieve flour

  • Mix baking powder to flour and sieve onto the cake batter, holding the sieve well above it, allowing the air to escape
  • Do not use the electric mixer at this point.  Fold the flour gently with a wooden spoon until everything turns into a creamy batter
  • Add milk and mix well

Fill the cupcake cases

  • Fill the paper cupcake cases 3/4  with the batter, leaving space for cakes to rise
  • Place the cases in the cupcake tray

Bake in the oven

  • Pop the tray in to the oven
  • Bake for 13-20 min. (Do not open the oven door in the inital 10 mins)
  • Insert a skewer into the middle of the cake and if it comes clean,  your cake is ready
  • Take the tray out of  the oven and let it rest for 10 mins
  • Slowly remove the cupcakes from the tray and place them on a cooling rack
  • Let the cakes cool off completely

Let’s make the butter icing now:

Ingredients needed:

 Icing sugar300 g
Butter or Margarine125 g
Lemon juice1/2 tsp
Milk1 tbsp
Liquid cake colours (red)
VanillaA few drops

Let’s make the icing:

  • Cream up all together using an electric hand mixer
  • Drop two drops from red liquid colour into one bowl to make pink colour
  • Spread a layer of pink icing cream on the top.  Or, make swirls using your cake decorating kit
  • Immediately after, sprinkle colourful sprinkles or desiccated coconut dipped in any colour
  • Your pretty cupcakes are ready
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