The Kitchen Cupboard Make-It, Bake-It, Create-It
The Kitchen Cupboard cake mixes are a great product to have on hand. These mixes just need a few wet ingredients and you'll be ready to make delicious cakes. Cake mixes are great to whip up when you need a cake or dessert to go with your meal. Cake mixes are a must to have in your kitchen cupboard.
Most of us used to bake from scratch. You really can not beat a delicious homemade cake or a loaf of fresh crusty bread, However, as our lives morph and change, our time in the kitchen dwindles, so why not rely on The Kitchen Cupboards Cake Mixes.
There are many Cake, Biscuit, and Muffin Mix varieties to choose from at The Kitchen Cupboard in Gore.
The Kitchen Cupboard Cake Choices
Chocolate Mud Cake Mix
500g (3 Cups) The Kitchen Cupboard Chocolate Mud Cake Mix
80ml (1/3 Cup Oil
1. Place eggs, water and chocolate Mude Cake Mix in a bowl.
2. Using a cake mixer, blend on slow speed for a minute to combine. Scrape down bowl.
3. Mix for 2 minutes on slow speed.
4. Slowly pour the oil whilst mixing on slow speed for 1 minute.
5. Pour into a 20cm round baking tin lined with baking paper.
6. Bake at 165°C for about 50 minutes or until cooked.
7. Leave to cool on wire rack.
8. Once cool, dust with icing sugar.
Mini Mud Cakes: Instead of baking tin, pour mixture into a 12 hole muffin tray. Bake at 210°C for about 20 minutes or until cooked. mini mud Cakes are ideal for individual desserts, served warm topped with chocolate sauce or ice cream.
Hints: Just mix with a spoon if you don't have a cake mixer. For best results, weigh dry ingredients, the cup measurements are a guide only. For a rich indulgent mud cake, ice with chocolate icing instead of dusting with icing sugar.
500g (3 1/3 Cups) The Kitchen Cupboard Bake-It Afghan Biscuit Mix
250g Butter - soft, not melted
100g (2/3 Cup) Chocolate Buttons, melted
1/4 cup Walnuts (Optional)
1. Place Afghan Biscuit Mix and butter into a bowl.
2. Using cake mixer, blend together on slow speed for 2 minutes or until combined.
3. Roll mixture into 20 balls, place on 2 lined baking trays.
4 Flatten balls slightly with the back of a for.
5. Bake at 195°C for about 15 0 20 minutes or until cooked.
6. Leave to cool on a wire rack.
7. Once cool, ice with chocolate. Slowly melt chocolate buttons or cooking chocolate in a bowl place over a saucepan of boiling water (double boiler method).
8. Decorate with a walnut on top before chocolate sets.
Hints: Just mix with a spoon if you don't have a cake mixer. Melt chocolate slowly and make sure no water touches the chocolate as this may cause it to seize (small hard lumps). Use a metal or glass bowl and mental spoon as wooden spoons and plastic bowls retain moisture that may cause the chocolate to seize. When melting chocolate over a saucepan of water, make sure the bowl fits tightly and the water is only simmering on low. If there's a lot of steam it can drop into the chocolate causing it to seize.
Everyday Cake Mix
500g (3 3/4 Cups) The Kitchen Cupboard Every day Cake Mix
1. Mix eggs and water in a bowl.
2 Add Every day Cake Mix
3. Using a cake mixer, beat on slow speed for a minute to combine. Scrape down bowl.
4. Beat for 5 minutes on high speed.
5. Pour into a 20cm round cake tin line with baking paper
6. Bake at 180°C for about 40 - 45 minutes or until cooked.
To check if cake is cooked - insert a knife, it should come out clean.
This moist cake is best served warm. For best results, weigh dry ingredients, the cup measurements are a guide only. The Kitchen Cupboard Everyday Cake Mix is a versatile base mixture, just add your favourite ingredients e.g. dried fruits o/ or finely chopped nuts.
Hokey Pokey Muffin Mix
500g (3 Cups) Hokey Pokey Muffin Mix
1. Place water, Hoeky Pokey Muffin Mix and eggs into a bowl.
2. Using a cake mixer, blend together for 1 minute on slow speed. Scrape down bowl.
3. Mix for 3 minutes on medium speed
4 Blend in the oil on slow speed.
5. Spoon mixture into a greased 12 hold muffin tray.
6 Bake at 180°C for about 20 minutes or until cooked.
Gold Rush Muffins:
Add 80g (1/2 Cup) of chocolate chips at step 4.
Hints: Use paper muffin cases for easy cleaning or muffin tray as the hokey pokey can be sticky. Just mix with a spoon if you don't have a cake mixer. To check if muffins are cooked, they should spring back when touched. For best results, weigh dry ingredients, the cup measurements are a guide only.
Directions & Hints
The key and most important step when using your breadmaker is measuring ingredients precisely and accurately. Whilst the gram measurements have been converted into metric cups for each recipe, these cup measurements are a guide only. We recommend using metric kitchen scales. If you do not have scales, use metric measuring cups and spoons, do not use tableware cups and spoons. Do not pack down the ingredients into the measuring cup, simply spoon the ingredients into the cup, filling slightly over the top, and then level with the back of a knife. To measure liquids, place the measuring jug on a flat surface and read the measurement at eye level.
Cake Tin Hire
Don't clutter your Kitchen Cupboards or spend loads of money on buying cake tins you may only use once. The Kitchen Cupboard in Gore caters for all occasions with their cake tins for hire. Some tins are very popular, so book early to avoid disappointment for that special occasion.
Don't forget, we cater for all your needs for that special occasion. We have all the ingredients for you to bake a cake from scratch or you could use our ready to bake mixes. Everything you need for that special occasion from start to finish is available at The Kitchen Cupboard.
We pride ourselves on providing an excellent service, we have a great range of high quality products at the lowest prices.