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White Chocolate Mud Cupcakes

VERY GOOD

Ingredients

  • 250 BUTTER,CHOPPED

  • 159G WHITE EATING CHOCOLATE,CHOPPED COARSELY

  • 2 CUPS CASTER SUGAR

  • 1 CUP MILK

  • 1 1/2 CUPS PLAIN FLOUR

  • 1 TEASPOON VANILLA EXTRACT

  • 2 EGGS, BEATEN LIGHTLY

  • 1. PREHEAT OVEN TO 160*C/140*CFAN-FORCED

  • LINE TWO 12-HOLE STANDARD (1/3-CUP/80ML) MUFFINPANS WITH PAPER CASES

  • 2. COMBINE BUTTER,CHOCOLATE,SUGAR AND MILK IN MEDIUM SAUCEPAN,STIR OVER LOW HEAT,WITHOUT BOILING,UNTIL SMOOTH.TRANSFER MIXTURE TO MEDIUM BOWL,COOL FOR 15 MINUTES

  • 3.WHISK SIFTED FLOURS, THEN EXTRACT AND EGG INTO CHOCOLATE MIXTURE AMONG CASES AND BAKE ABOUT 35 MINUTES

  • (VANILLA BUTTER CREAM ICING.)

  • 125G BUTTER, SOFTENED,CHOPPED

  • 1 TEASPOON VANILLA EXTRACT

  • 1 1/2 CUPS ICING SUGAR

  • 2 TABLESPOONS MILK

  • BEAT BUTTER AND VANILLA IN A SMALL BOWL WITH ELECTIC MIXER UNTIL AS WHITE AS POSSIBLE, GRADUALLY BEAT IN HALF THE SIFTED ICING SUGAR,MILK THAN REMAINING ICING SUGAR.

  • MAKES 24

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Posted by Mia123Report
In regards to the missing self raising flour amounts i just made these as per directions and added 1 cup SR flour which has given them even height and a fluffy, light texture.
Posted by LachelleReport
The method say's to combine flours in sift and the ingredients only states 1 1/2 cups of plain flour, I was assuming it's self raising flour, how much should I use. I have tried 1/4 cup, but haven't pushed it further, otherwise this is a really simple recipe and everyone loves them and perhaps I should stick to the 1/4 cup, but just wanted to know if anyone can suggest the right amount. Thanks for your help.