Prepara Cupcakes Con Tus Hijos

Por Kiwilimón - Marzo 2012
Hacer cupcakes es una buena manera de entretener a los niños en la cocina. Además de ricos son divertidos porque van decorados y son una excelente opción para regalar algo delicioso, casero y hecho con mucha buena onda. Ingredientes para hacer los cupcakes - 200 gramos de manteca - 400 gramos de azúcar - 150 cc de leche - 4 huevos - 1 chorrito de vainilla - 4 cucharaditas de polvo de hornear. Procedimiento Batimos la manteca con el azúcar, la vainilla y los huevos hasta obtener una mezcla cremosa. Vamos incorporando la harina alternándola con la leche, hasta lograr una mezcla sin grumos. Colocamos en pirotines o moldes hasta las ¾ partes de los mismos y los ponemos sobre una chapa de horno. Los cocinamos en horno moderado (175ºC aproximadamente) entre 10 y 15 minutos. Cuando se enfrían los podemos decorar, con lo que la imaginación de los más pequeños quiera hacerlo, como por ejemplo: glasé de colores, chocolate cobertura, crema chantilly y granas de colores. Recetas para hacer cupcakes Aquí te dejamos algunas recetas para hacer cupcakes para toda ocasión. Invita a tus hijos para que aprendan y se diviertan. Toma nota. Cupcake de Limón y Merengue Estos pastelitos de limón cubiertos de una natilla de limón y merengue están deliciosos y se ven preciosos. Super Cupcake de Naranja Al disfrutar una rebanada de este delicioso pastel se puede saborear un delicioso contraste entre el sabor cítrico del pan y el chocolate blanco y oscuro, haciendo un contraste de sabores delicioso. Cupcake de Chocolate con Vainilla Esta rica receta de cupcakes (pastelitos) de chocolate está hecha con chocolate obscuro y delicioso betún de vainilla. Cupcakes de Germán Chocolate Cake Estos cupcakes estan inspirados en el famoso pastel "German Chocolate Cake" que lleva un betun de coco con nueces. Quedan riquísimos.
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