From Scratch Recipe For Giant Cupcake

Baking By blondmary Updated 27 Mar 2014 , 9:15am by maisie73

blondmary Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:09pm
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Hello everyone,

I'm making a giant cupcake cake. I do not want to use cake box mix. Would any recipe work for this using the giant cupcake Wilton mold? I'm hesitant to use just any recipe as I'm thinking it has to have the right texture/density to hold the cake? Any ideas or recipes that someone has use and are happy with?


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maisie73 Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:26pm
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AI make them all the time in the wilton tin. I use a 6 egg sponge mix, would you like the recipe?

blondmary Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:33pm
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yes please!!! it sounds like a new recipe to me :)

maisie73 Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:53pm
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AIt's Victoria Sponge, common in the UK, not so in the rest of the world apparently! 350 gms self raisng flour 350 gms caster sugar 350 gms butter 6 medium eggs 2 tsp baking powder Optional: 2 tsp any extract/flavouring you'd like. Cream the butter and sugar together until pale and fluffy. Add eggs slowly, mix until well combined (add a spoon of flour if mix looks like it's starting to curdle). Add extract if using. Fold in flour and baking powder. Divide mixture into the well greased pan - 21/2 cups in "top" 31/2 cups in "bottom". Bake in preheated oven 150 fan for about an hour then check with skewer, if it's not cooked put it back in and check at 10 munute intervals. I find they can take anywhere from 1 hr 10 mins to 11/2 hours. Leave them in the tin to cool for a good 20 mins, then if the tin's greased well they should turn out easily. That's for the cake, if you want to know how I decorate it, let me know. :-)

blondmary Posted 25 Mar 2014 , 5:02pm
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Athak you ladies!! I'm assuming just regular buttercream? any other frosting that you would recomend???

thank you so much!

maisie73 Posted 25 Mar 2014 , 5:46pm
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AYep, just regular buttercream for the top. I cover the bottom with fondant but a lot of people make a chocolate/candy melt case in the tin. I've never tried that but there are tutorials on youtube. Also, a tip I was given the other day is to put a flower nail in the bottom of a deep tin to help it bake evenly. Let us know how you get on. :-)

blondmary Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 5:25pm
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Rosie93095 Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 6:47pm
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maisie, I am not familiar with Victoria Sponge, Is it a dense cake?

maisie73 Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 8:46pm
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ANo, not at all! It's light, fluffy and delicious. Very popular in th UK, you really should try it. :-)

Rosie93095 Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 8:53pm
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I would love to try it, I will search for a recipe on CC and go for it!

maisie73 Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 9:54pm
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AHave a look further up this thread, I already wrote it out for the OP. The amount is for a giant cupcake so I would halve it just to try it if I were you.

Rosie93095 Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 11:07pm
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Thank you Maisie! I will try it this weekend!

CakesbyCherry Posted 27 Mar 2014 , 2:17am
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AI just brought the giant cupcake pan. I cant wait to try it out. Let me know how yours comes out.

maisie73 Posted 27 Mar 2014 , 9:15am
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AI love the giant cupcake tin, so do my friends and family, they ask for them all the time. Let us know how you get on Rosie. :-)

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