Fluffy vanilla cupcake



who doesn't love homemade fluffy moist vanilla cupcake If it's that's easy to make...

Ingredients for 12 medium cupcakes:
cake flour 150g (1+1/4 cups)Cake flour I use(Amazon link)http://amzn.to/2we46cd
sugar 130g (2/3 of a cup)
salt 1/4 tsp if you use unsalted butter
butter 150g (2/3 of a cup) (I've used salted)
vanilla 1&1/2 tsp
egg 143g (3 eggs)
baking powder 3g (1tsp)
baking soda 1g (1/2 tsp)

preheat the oven bake at 160°c for 17mins then 180°C for 3mins to brown the top.(temperature could be little different oven to oven, you know your oven better)

Method:
*sift all the dry ingredients together
*cream butter, sugar, vanilla and salt together until fluffy and pale
*Add eggs to the batter one at a time and mix well
*add flour in three batches into the batter and gently fold in
*don't overmix, just until all ingredients incorporated
* first bake at 160°c for 17mins then increase the temperature to 180°C and bake for 3mins more to brown the top.

Note:
* This recipe doesn't have any liquid so be careful not to over bake. over baking makes cake dry.
*check the cake at 15 mins if it's done or not.
*stop baking when you see a few crumbs still stick to the toothpick when inserted in the middle of the cake.
* you must beat the butter and sugar until fluffy and pale in color. this is what gives the fluffy texture.
preheat the oven.
*first bake at 160°c for 17mins then increase the temperature to 180°C and bake for 3mins more to brown the top.(temperature could be little different oven to oven, you know your oven better)

Comments

  1. I tried ur recepie and it turned out to b soo yummy.

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  2. I made this and turned out soo good. I used this silicone cups i bought from amazon
    http://amzn.to/2ESsjhf which are so easy to use. perfect for this recipe. thanks a lot.

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  3. Hi.. this quantity batter can be okie for a 6 inch pan? Hi

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  4. How about baking powder 3g (1tsp)
    baking soda 1g (1/2 tsp)

    When we add them ?

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  5. What can i use inplace of the eggs?

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    1. 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce for every egg. Or 1/4 cup beatened ripe banana =1 egg.

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  6. hi what is baking soda. I live in cape town south Africa and as far as I know we just use baking powder for cake, can someone send me a picture maybe, thanks

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    1. Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, if I'm not wrong

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  7. Is cake flour the same as all purpose flour? If not can I still use all purpose flour?

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    1. I used plain flour(all purpose.
      P.S Wth is this site it's terrible for typing lmao

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    2. I used all purpose flour (plain flour) and my cup cakes still came out perfect.

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  8. Could I use this recipe for a fluffy sheet cake to cut into squares instead of cups.

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    1. cake flour is a softer flour than all purpose flour specially designed for baking fluffy textured cakes...AP is for easy cheaper results but look up youtube to make cake flour from AP

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  9. Can I add fruit puree to this recipe ?

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  10. Thankyou formthe recipe! I add 2 tbsp of milk just in case i overbake. Delicious!!'

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  11. Can I pu in chocolate chips too? It doesn't really matter right?

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  12. Can I use all-purpose flour instead of cake flour? Or Can I use half in all-purpose flour and half corn tarch used as cake flour? Thanks.

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  13. The vanilla, is it vanilla extract or essence?

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