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Cake, Sponge & Muffin

Egg Nog Cup Cakes

These Eggnog Cupcakes are bound to be a hit! The recipe calls for our Deluxe Sponge Mix and is so easy to whip up!

Ingredients

IngredientsWeight (kg or L)
SPONGE ‘CUP’ CAKE
MAURI Deluxe or
Silky Sponge Mix
1.000kg
Whole egg0.400kg
Water0.350L
Egg nog liqueur (optional)0.050L
EGG NOG BUTTERCREAM
Castor sugar0.300kg
Water0.180L
Glucose0.150kg
Egg yolks0.360kg
Softened unsalted butter0.900kg
Egg nog liqueur (optional)0.150L

Method

SPONGE ‘CUP’ CAKE

STEP 1

Add water, egg nog liqueur and egg to bowl, then Sponge Mix.

STEP 2

Blend on low speed for 1 minute. Scrape down.

STEP 3

Whisk on top speed for 8 minutes.

STEP 4

Whisk on medium speed for 2 minutes.

STEP 5

Scale off and fill cupcake pans lined with paper cup cake cups 3/4 full.

STEP 6

Bake cup cakes at 180°C for 20-22 minutes or until baked through and sponge springs back when touched.

EGG NOG BUTTERCREAM

STEP 1

Boil the water, glucose and sugar together and cook syrup to 120°C.

STEP 2

In a mixing bowl fitted with a whisk attachment place the egg yolks inside and begin whisking mixture on 2nd speed.

STEP 3

Once the sugar syrup has reached 120°C, slowly stream the hot mixture over the whisking eggs until all is in the bowl.

STEP 4

Turn the speed of machine up to 3rd speed (top speed) and continue to whisk until mixture cools down and doubles in volume.

STEP 5

Fold the softened butter into the egg mixture and continue to mix until light and aerated.

STEP 6

Lastly whisk in the egg nog liqueur and mix until incorporated.

DECORATION

STEP 1

Pipe the buttercream on top of each cup cake with a piping bag fitted with a star tip nozzle.

STEP 2

Lightly dust the tops of the buttercream cup cakes with ground nutmeg.

STEP 3

Place a single white chocolate snowflake on top of each cup cake.

YIELD

Makes 25-30 cupcakes.

This recipe is a general description of ingredients and method only, for use by qualified and experienced baking personnel. It is not a guarantee of any result. You carry all responsibility as to its suitability for your business and for the safety and suitability of the finished product. Baking times and temperatures may vary.

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