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Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes
For the Cake: 150g Unsalted Butter, Softened or Marg 150g Caster Sugar 150g Self Raising Flour 3 Medium Eggs
For the Topping: 250g Unsalted Butter, Softened 500g Icing Sugar 2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract 3 to 4 tablespoons of Milk
For the Decoration:12 Ice Cream Cone Cups A box of Cadbury’s Ice Cream Flakes Dr. Oetker’s Soft Shimmer Pearls
Method:
For the best results it is better to bring the ingredients to room temperature before you begin.
Pre-heat your oven to 150 degrees and separate the Ice Cream Cone Cups and stand them in a deep cupcake tin.
Using a hand mixer on a medium setting, cream together the butter and caster sugar. Beat the eggs with a fork and slowly add to the mixture a little at a time.
You may need to add a spoonful of flour to stop the mixture from curdling.
Next fold the remaining flour into the mixture.
Using a dessert spoon, take one heaped spoonful per cone and divide the mixture in to your cupcake cones.
The mixture should come about half way up the cone case.
Carefully place the cones in to the oven for approximately 25 -30 minutes or until golden brown and spring back to the touch!
When the cakes are ready carefully remove them from the oven. Leave the cakes stood in the tin to cool for 5 minutes and then place on a wire rack.
Whilst the cupcake cones are cooling you can begin to make your butter cream topping.
Using a hand mixer, cream together your butter and icing sugar. Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract and add 1 tablespoon of milk at a time until you achieve a nice consistency for piping your butter cream.
I divided my butter cream into 2 separate bowls and mixed in a tiny amount of pink Sugar-Flair food colouring to one half of my butter cream to turn it pink!
Once your cakes have cooled, insert a large nozzle into a piping bag and fill with butter cream.
Starting at the outside edge of the cake, pipe a high swirl of butter cream by guiding the nozzle around the edge of the cone case, applying even pressure, circle around and around, on top of the previous layer below until you eventually end up at the centre.
To decorate, cut an ice cream sized 99′ flake in half and gently push into the butter cream. Hold the cake above a bowl and add the sprinkles!
And voila! There you have 12 delicious Ice cream cone cupcakes!
If you would prefer to make a chocolate sponge then simply substitute 2 level tablespoons of flour for 2 level tablespoons of cocoa powder.
Enjoy!

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Grilled Cheese w. Roast Beef & Sweet Red Caramelized Onions
Slice a red onion into 1/4 inch rings.Add 1-2 tablespoons of butter to a pan over medium heat. Caramelize your onions until soft, fragrant and beginning to char, about 10-15 minutes.Once the onions are finished, turn off the heat and move them to one side of the pan.  Add about a 1/4 lb of roast beef slices to the other side - just to warm them up a bit.Liberally butter both pieces of a nice hearty bread. (Oat nut shown here.)Heat a separate pan over medium heat, and place one slice of bread buttered side down.Immediately add 2-3 slices of cheese. (Shown here a combination of Provolone and American.) Top with warmed Roast Beef, desired amount of caramelized red onion (about 1/4 cup) and another 3 slices of cheese.Place the other piece of bread on top (butter side up).After about 4 minutes - check the bottom piece of bread by lifting the corner with a spatula. If browned to your liking, carefully flip and grill the other side, about 4-5 minutes. (You may want to cover the pan to help promote cheese melting.)Eat immediately OR you can keep it warm in a 200 degree oven for a few minutes until ready to eat or serve.

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Chicken teriyaki with noodles

Merry Christmas everyone!

Hope you’re all having an amazing Christmas spent with loved ones! Even if opening your Christmas gifts was anti-climatic, you can still enjoy your time with great company & great food! (: Remember to be thankful for everything and everyone you have in your life!

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Peppermint Patty Chocolate Chip Bars

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sykal:

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