Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Malteser Cake :) - Week 11

This has to be possibly my favourite recipe so far........ive already eaten 1 cake and Jake cleared out the bowl of left over icing! LOL

Without further chat here we go as i need to eat more....erm i mean go make tea!! ;)

Gather all your ingredients and preheat oven to 170 degrees c.
Heat the butter, Horlicks and milk in a pan until mixed, do not boil.
While this is cooling whisk together the eggs and sugars until light and fluffy.
Pour this mix into the cooled milk mix and stir thoroughly...
Now add the flour, bicarb, baking powder and cocoa to the mix and beat until well mixed.
Pour into your cases and bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes...
While the cakes are cooling... make up your icing by combining all of the ingredients into a mixer and beat until light and fluffy.
Top your cakes with the icing mix and pop on the maltesers! :) You can make one large cake or around 20 cupcakes :)
Enjoy xxx

27 comments:

  1. Aaarrrggghhh. The builders are in my kitchen, knocking down a wall. Most of my kitchen is in boxes.
    I have got to make these NOW!!!!!
    Now where did I put the baking things???
    Thanks Debbie they look sooooo very nice.
    Hope you are well,
    Rachael. XX

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  2. These look so yummy! I think I just gained 5 pounds looking at them! :)

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  3. ooo yummm......might get back on the baking wagon and bake for ds's birthday :)

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  4. Now how do I not scoff the Malteasers before they get on top of the cakes? Yummy yum yum!

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  5. ooh they look delish!!

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  6. Oh my Gosh - MUST make them!! I might try this weekend hmmm...thanks for this! :D

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  7. I am sooo excited to try this one - my mouth is watering now!!!
    Thanks for posting :)

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  8. hello!

    Found you through Made With Love - so so very happy I did, those cakes are to die for, horlicks is now on the shopping list, I feel a bake fest coming on!

    You have a lovely blog, if you get a chance to pop over to mine, Im having a little giveaway!

    Nice to meet you!
    Julia x x x

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  9. oh this sounds yummy.... will do it at the weekend thank u for sharing it with us x

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  10. I am going to make these today for when the grandchildren come home from school, yummy! Thanks Debbie. xx

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  11. Oh my goodness these are making my mouth water! I have to make them...

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  12. These look fab Debbie, I think I'll need to put some Horlicks on the shopping list.

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  13. Thank you so much for the recipe. I have my ingredients at the ready to make these for my son's preschool to sell on their cake stall on Saturday. Going to have to make 2 batches I think so we can eat some and sell some ;-)

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  14. hmmmm yummy Debbie. Tell me, do you just bake for your family or doyou sell your lovely creations? hugs Sharon

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  15. Girls these cakes really are gorgeous - another regular in my kitchen from now on! LOL

    Sharon thanks for the sweet comment - with 4 sons and a hubby everything i make gets eaten and doesnt stand a chance of being sold! lol I just love cooking - the boys love eating - match made in heaven! LOL ;)

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  16. Ooooohhh I'm gonna try these-they look soooooo yummy! Thanks for sharing with us:) Rowena

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  17. ok, imagine I am Homer Simpson with drool!! they look scrumptious.

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  18. These are absolutly YUM! I baked some today... Shouldnt be eating them as I am doing weight watchers, but I couldnt resist! Thanks for sharing the recipe Debbie! xx

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  19. OH MY WORD!!!

    I am salivating reading this! I need to make a batch of these little babies!

    And I see that your own little baby is almost cooked too Debbie! Hope you're keeping well.

    xxx

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  20. I definitely want to make these on my next baking day - what a fab recipe Debbie. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  21. These are LUSH! I have just made them and everyone loves them...Thanks x

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  22. I made these yesterday and can vouch for their deliciousness!

    Thank you Debbie.

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  23. am I going blind - can't see the ingredient list anywhere and I so want to make these

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  24. these look lush as does all your recipes on your blog, hoping to have a go at some of them. these and the vegetable Cobbler have caught my eye hehehe :) I have noticed on some of the recipes havent got the measurements.
    from tracey x

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  25. They look lush! Away to the kitchen to see if I have all the ingredients :-) @FranshamLass

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