Christmas is coming! Here is a recipe for Santa Claus cupcakes made from aluminum foil baking cups. Merry Christmas!
200 grams of light cream
Fresh egg 260g (with shell)
Salad oil 30 grams
A teaspoon of salt
Flour 150 g
Fine sugar 110 grams
Milk 35 grams
Method of whole egg sponge cake embryo: accurately weigh all kinds of materials by electronic weighing, sift the flour at least twice, beat the eggs, fine sugar, salt, with the egg beater until foaming, at this time can be preheated oven synchronously.Note: at this stage, all utensils, raw materials should be kept dry, no water or oil. Fresh eggs are also important and frozen eggs should not be used in cakes. Pour the egg mixture into the sifted flour and turn it over slowly from the bottom. This step must be gentle enough, just like the baby in the swaddle, gentle care, otherwise the flour on the gluten, very affect the taste. In addition, add 1/3 of the butter, milk and salad oil.Then mix into another 2/3 of the batter and mix again. The whole process still needs to be gentle. That's the end of the key cake batter. The cake batter is scooped into various foil cups of varying sizes, which can be lined with greased paper. Once the foil cups are filled, shake them to remove large bubbles. Bake at 180 degrees for 18 minutes. Continue to bake the larger foil cup for another 5 minutes. Since the glass is then filled with cream, the cake batter should be about 60 percent full.
Remove the cream from the refrigerator and add 20g of granulated sugar. Beat until bubble.
While whipping the cream, steam the chocolate over water.
Remove the stalks from the strawberries and cut the top 1/3 of the way through. Cut the bottom slightly flat. Apply the cream to the cross-section.
Put melted chocolate in a framed pen and squeeze it on cream to make Santa's eyes and mout.
Cover with a strawberry cap and squeeze a little cream on top.
Add a little chocolate on top and Santa is ready.
Cream the cupcake, flatten it, put Santa Claus on it, garnish it with confetti and another slice of strawberry, and you're almost done.