Cupcakes with White Chocolate and Marshmallows


My updates this week might be a bit slow since I have quite a lot of school work to do. Luckily I managed to make a new cupcake recipe. I will add that you won’t notice the consistency of the marshmallows in this recipe since I cut them I pieces and mashed them.

Ingredients:

1 deciliter of sugar

2 eggs

100 grams of butter

3 deciliter wheat flour

2 teaspoons of baking soda

1 deciliter of milk

200 grams of white chocolate

12 big marshmallows (By big I mean normal sized, not the smaller ones that occasionally are used for baking.)

Icing ingredients:

25 grams of room temperature butter

A dash of warm water

About 2 deciliters of icing sugar (you might need more to get the right consistency)

Food coloring

To make the icing: Simply stir the butter so it becomes soft. Then add the other ingredients, you need to adapt the amount of water and icing sugar depending on you consistency. The food coloring is obviously optional but if you want to use it then it should be added after the rest of the ingredients. Stir properly and then all is done.

  1. Melt the butter, chocolate and marshmallows. Use a whisk to mash the marshmallows.
  2. Whisk the eggs and the sugar. Add all the dry ingredients except the flour and add the milk and whisk.
  3.  Add the flour and while you are pouring in the wheat flour pour into the dough you should also add the butter mix simultaneously so you don’t get a bunch of lumps in you dough. Whisk properly.
  4. Grab about 10 paper liners and put them of a tray. Fill them to about ½ with the dough. Put the tray into the oven in 200°C and take them out after about 15 minutes.
  5. Apply the icing after the cupcakes has cooled down a bit.
This is the “butter mix”

This is the “butter mix”

 

 

 

Before the oven

Before the oven

 

After the oven, with icing applied

After the oven, with icing applied

 

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4 comments on “Cupcakes with White Chocolate and Marshmallows

  1. Danielle says:

    These look yummy! Will have to try soon!

  2. ocdreader says:

    Yum! Those look great. I also like that you bake them outside of the cupcake tin – I like the shape…more room for icing 🙂

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