A year has gone by cannot believe it at all, so I say every year, wondering how did it go? where did it go? what did I do ?. Every Important day, Festivals etc.., I never come out to blog about it, nor write any post which should be something interesting to people who might come here to read about, that's just a thought though. Every year I keep thinking I will write something that might be Interesting, catchy, cheeky, etc.., but dear God I am happy I am not so talented.
I decided eventually I will write and recollect all my 2012 posts the best ones or the worst ones. Oh! no, I really don't have that much patience, reminiscing about the things of past year. Personally, I haven't done much, Well, coming to the year 2012 has been had its own ups and downs. I have been very happy with my kid's progress, only me I have been having a lot of ups and downs with my health. well, let me not get into my everyday moaning, This will be my last post of the year Hoping that this year will be really a Happy one, for each and everyone of you, bringing you all the joy and things which you wish for, Hope the world sees better things in future, Lots of things which has saddened lives of lot of people happened hoping that they never get repeated again.
Baking time: 20 minutes
Eggless Marshmallow fluff Homemade
1/2 cup Vegetable shortening
1/2 cup confectioner's sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract
Remove it from the oven and cool it on a wire rack.
Melt chocolate in a double boiler, stir until smooth. remove from heat, with the help of piping bag, Pipe out handles for the cauldron draw another line on top of them once the first one gets dried out. so that the handles are stronger.
TO MAKE THE FILLING:
Beat together all of the Ingredients under the filling until light and fluffy.
TO ASSEMBLE CAULDRON CUPCAKES
Dip in the cupcakes in the chocolate glaze and place them upside down stick choco chips to make a stand for them until they dry up.
Core a whole in the centre of the cupcake and fill it with the Marshmallow Filling.
Then pipe a line around the filling and place the handles on top and serve it...
NOTES: I changed a few things like I increased the oil, otherwise the muffin is very dry in texture. ** I have marked star against sugar to tell you the cake was not sweet enough increase with another 1/4 cup for normal sweetness or increase by another 1/2 cup for a very delicious cake.
To my surprise the muffin rose so wonderfully high I was surprised, that is why I took the photo and posted it.
well, my cupcake misses its handles...
This is my last post for Bake-a-thon event by Champa and check out my friends priya, preethi, srivalli, veena and sumana.
Thanks for sharing. I hope you recognize that marshmallows have beef gelatin in them, in case you were going for a vegetarian recipe..
Yes I do! that's the reason I never use gelatine and use Agar-Agar instead!
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very nice cake.
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Cakes look so nice. I love the dome of the cake. With or with out handles, they taste great. And now I am so much interested in the marshmallow fluff. Waiting for the recipe eagerly..
Lovely Post. Thanks for sharing.
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Omg, homemade marshmallows, Jayasri you rock dear. Those cauldron cakes looks damn cute and addictive.
These looks absolutely drool worthy!
Wow what a beautiful cake. Thanks trying it out and for the mention. Needless to say waiting for the marshmallow recipe.