Saturday, January 28, 2012

Swedish Brownie Cupcake

"Swedish brownies are called ”kladdkaka” in Swedish which means stickycake. So you wonder what is the difference between regular brownies and Swedish brownies. There are two big differences sugar and baking powder. Swedish brownies have more sugar and no baking powder, which causes a more dense and sticky brownie. This brownie is hard on the outside and sticky on the inside.
Also this brownie takes about 10 minutes to whip together it makes and excellent quick dessert that tastes like you spent hours in the kitchen."
Photo by Me
So it was an explanation about "kladdkaka" and here is why I pasted it: I've made cupcakes! This is actually the first time since school started that I don't have a weekend filed with homeworks! 

And here is the recipe in Swedish and here is it in English (I do not own the recipe):
- 2 eggs
- 2 dl sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla sugar
- 50 g butter
- 0.5 dl food oil (I used raps)
- 1 dl light syrup
- 2 dl wheat flour
- 1 dl cacao
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 pinch of salt

1. Put the oven on 175°C, convection oven.
2. Whip the egg and sugar.
3. Melt the butter, put in the syrup and oil. Mix. Put it in the egg-sugar, whip.
4. Mix flour, vanilla sugar, cacao, baking powder and salt.  Put it in the egg-sugar bowl. Whip.
5. Put the batter in normal big cupcake forms, 2/3 should be filled.
6. Put it in oven and wait for 20 minutes.
And don't worry, they will fall down when you take them out.

And now, I'm of to pattern making!  :)

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