With Easter just around the corner, I’’ve decided it’’s more than acceptable to have cake with breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is a holiday after all! And so, in the spirit of all things delicious, I’’ve been following our creative recipe videos to fully embrace the sweeter side of Easter.

The recipes are incredibly easy to follow (even I could keep up!) and result in truly scrumptious cakes; what’’s not to love?

So, if you’’re looking for a way to treat all the family this holiday you could opt for an adventurous cherry cupcake. These delicate cupcakes are the ideal way to indulge your sweet tooth and enjoy a treat all of your own!

 

Here's what you'll need...

Cherry Vanilla Cupcakes

  • 200g/7 oz butter softened
  • 200g/ 7oz caster sugar
  • 4eggs
  • 200g /7oz self raising flour
  • 2tsps baking powder
  • 110g/4oz frozen dark cherries chopped after defrosting
  • 300 ml double cream
  • 4tbsps icing sugar sieved
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla bean paste or extract
  • Handful of fresh cherries or glace

Vanilla Sponge

  • 175g/6oz butter softened
  • 175g/6oz caster sugar
  • 175g/6oz self-raising flour
  • ½ tsp of baking powder
  • 3 eggs

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Here's how it's done...

Cherry Vanilla Cupcakes

Cherry 6

Serves: Makes 12
Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 28-30 min
Fan assisted oven: 160 degrees C
Conventional oven: 180 degrees C
Gas oven: mark 4

Edited together Cherry

 

Alternatively, why not enjoy a classic Victoria sponge? It’’s always a winner around our family table, and brings a real sense of nostalgia to baking.

Victoria Sponge

Voctoria 5

Serves: 8-10
Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 25-30 min
Fan assisted oven: 160 degrees C
Conventional oven: 180 degrees C
Gas oven: mark 4

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Has the Neff oven in the recipes caught your eye? Have a look at the whole range.

I hope you enjoy our recipes this Easter. Happy Baking!

 

Amy Marsden

By Amy Marsden on 11.03.15

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