- flour - 130 gr
- egg - 3 pcs (one protein to separate for glaze)
- brown mistral sugar - 100 gr.
- white sugar (for glaze) - 2 tbsp.
- sour cream - 100 gr.
- butter - 60 gr.
- baking powder for dough - 1 tsp
- vanilla sugar - 1 tsp
- food colors - 5 colors
- sweet straw and chocolate coins - for decoration
Step by step recipe
I spread the recipe for the cake with my changes, came from the products of my region, I ask you not to judge strictly, for small changes.
1. Divide one egg into yolk and protein, leave the protein for glaze, and so beat 2 eggs and 1 yolk with Mistral sugar until sugar is completely dissolved. Brown sugar gave the cake a caramel flavor, which I liked very much.
2. Next, add sour cream, vanilla sugar, flour with a baking powder for the dough and melted butter at the very end. Thoroughly knead.
3. We spread the dough in 5 different containers and add food coloring to each, knead until a uniform color in each container.
4. Alternately lay out the dough of different colors in a greased cupcake mold.
5. We bake 30 mint, in a preheated oven to 180 gr.
6. While the cake is baking, beat the protein from the egg with white sugar and green dye to strong peaks, adding a few drops of lemon juice at the end.
7. After the cupcake cools. Of sweet straw, we make a "trap" and a ladder (gluing with protein glaze). Cover the rainbow cupcake with a green protein cream and leave it to dry completely.
Put chocolate coins on the trap and. ) catch the Dwarf.
How to cook:
- Grind sugar with white eggs. Add softened butter, grind until smooth. Add sour cream, baking powder. Knead thoroughly. Add the flour a little (not all may leave) until the dough is obtained, like thick sour cream.
- Divide the resulting dough into 7 servings. Add your dye to each portion to the desired color intensity (dry dye is slightly diluted with water - so it will be evenly distributed, we drip the liquid dropwise):
- The orange color is obtained by mixing with yellow and red dyes.
- Violet - with red and blue.
- For blue, add a smaller blue dye, for blue - more. If it doesn’t turn dark blue, you can add a little red.
- We spread the dough into layers in accordance with the colors of the rainbow. For those who do not remember: "Every Hunter Wants to Know Where the Pheasant Sits." You can spread the dough into plastic bags and squeeze through a cut corner - it will be more convenient and even.
- We bake our rainbow cake in an oven preheated to 200 degrees to a “dry match”.
- Mix sugar, cocoa and milk. We put it on a slow fire and, constantly stirring, wait until the sugar has dissolved (we do not bring it to a boil!).
- Add the butter. Mix thoroughly. Continuing to mix, bring to a boil. Boil for about 1 minute and remove the chocolate coating.
The next day we serve guests or fellow chemists. We cut it on the table to get a surprise! Everyone is thrilled! Very nice and tasty!
How to Make Cupcakes in Rainbow Molds
Try to make colorful Rainbow cupcakes at home. You’ll have to tinker with them a bit, but the effort is worth it! These bright and delicious muffins will give you a lot of pleasure and cheer you up even on the most gloomy day. Choose colors and shapes for cupcakes to your taste. I prepare the cream with a margin, it can be stored in the refrigerator for another 4-7 days.
Ingredients (for 6 people)
1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees.
2. Beat 100 g of soft butter with sugar, add one egg each, sifted flour, salt, baking powder, 1.5 tbsp. vanilla extract, and 0.75 tbsp. milk.
3. Divide the dough into 6 parts (more / less possible) and add food coloring to each part.
4. Take turns pouring a teaspoon into the center of the cupcake tin in layers until the tin is half or 2/3 full.
5. Leave the cupcakes in the oven for 25-30 minutes until cooked.
6. Mix 200 g of oil with 1 tbsp. vanilla, remaining milk and powdered sugar.
7. Decorate freshly baked muffins with a double layer of butter cream (you can use a pastry bag for convenience) and pastry powders. Bon Appetit!
Rainbow Cupcake Gnome Trap or Leprechaun Trap Cake, Irish pastry for St. Patrick's Day.
On March 17, Irish people from around the world celebrate St. Patrick's Day. They put on high green hats, pin shamrocks to their jackets, drink guinness, watching the bubbles that go to the bottom, and not vice versa, and of course, remember the legends of the good old leprechauns.
It turned out that the Irish have a belief that the mythical shoe gnomes (they are leprechauns) either buried, or guard a whole cast iron with gold at the foot of the rainbow. If suddenly the leprechaun was without gold, you need to catch it, and then he will fulfill any three wishes, and if you do not catch the gnome, he will do
This is in your house, in search of your pot of gold. If anything, ask him for shoes! Still, he is primarily a shoemaker.
And here is one of the sweet ideas for this holiday edible way to catch a leprechaun - a real cupcake trap.
It doesn't look like an enviable cupcake, but inside -
- This is a Sweet Rainbow.
When they cut the cupcake. So I saw that the colors of my Rainbow were mixed, of course they were tricks of the Lepricon, from what I put. RUBLES, not EURO)). and not because I did not lower the temperature during baking so that the cupcake would not swell.