28 May 2013

Cappuccino cakes












This is something fun and easy to make when you have some friends a Capuccino cake (I think is my third dessert in cups! maybe is funny)

This dessert coming from Taste.com (australia)



Ingredients
(6  desserts cups)

180 butter room temperature
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 eggs
300 g. self raising flour
3/4 cup freshly brewed espresso coffe
cooled
1/2 cup buttermilk or plain yogurt
250 creme cheese (like Philadelphia)
1/2 cup thickened cream
1/4 cup icing sugar
2 tablespoon of Kahlua liqueur or oher like coñac or amaretto
cocoa podwer to dust


Method

Preheat oven to 180° and brush 6 ovenproof tea cups
with melted butter to lightly grease.
use and electric beater to beat together the butter and sugar in a medium bowl until pale and creamy. Add the eggs 1 at a time, beating well after each addition.Use a large metal spoon to fold in the flour, coffe and yogurt until well combined. Spoon the mixture avenly among the prepared cups or pans , Baken in oven in a large meatl pan with a little water like bain marie (I prefer this though you never now if the cups are ok)  for 25 to 30 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centres comes out clean.
Set aside by 1 hour to cool completely.
In a large bowl whisk the cream cheese and icing sugar until the mixture thickens slightly, add the Kahlua or other liqueur until combined.
Spoon the cream cheese mixture  over each cake and spread  to the edge. Sprinkle with cocoa powder to serve.


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EN ESPAÑOL

Cakes  Cappuccino













83 comments:

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    1. These are new to me! They are so pretty! I want one! :) Please send in the mail! hahaha.

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    2. haha! Icant believe you win again I have to think in a prize for you!!
      When I made this recipe I think in you that like so much coffe!!:)

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    3. New to me too and blogger shuns her sometimes at my zoo, as new posts don't show up in my blogroll

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  2. Se ve muy rico Gloria, a esperar la receta.
    Besos!

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  3. ¡Qué rico!. ¡Y qué bonita y original la presentación!.
    Tendré que buscar tazas resistentes al horno...
    Un beso.

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    1. Gracias Narga, las tipo cerámica son las mejores en todo caso igual lo hice baño maría por si acaso!

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  4. Que tacitas más deliciosas.

    Saludos

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  5. This is so beautiful and irresistible, Gloria.

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  6. mouth watering yummy cakes..

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  7. Interesting, and looks delicious x

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  8. Gloria domani mattina passo da te per colazione!! mi strapiace!! ^___^

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  9. Y en español, amiga?? Tiene buenísima pinta y me encantó la idea de ponerlo en tacitas.
    Un abrazo

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  10. This is really a great dessert and it's so cute!

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  11. Looks yummy Gloria ~ Thank you dear ~

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  12. Gloria que delicia!! Me encanta como los has presentado, tengo que probar!!

    Un beso grande.

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  13. I would like to try that

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  14. Gloria, Those great looking cappuccino cakes look great enough to drink! Could have fooled me. Neat idea! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Ha! David you are really sweet !:)

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  15. done. printed and on the list for this week...yum! those look and sound great gloria...

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  16. These cuppucino cakes in a cup look delicious!

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  17. bellissimo questo dolce Gloria! Buona giornata!

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  18. the perfact way to start the day, a hug...

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  19. Hi Gloria,

    Baking these cappuccino cakes in tea cups is such a clever idea. They look very pretty!

    Zoe

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  20. That looks like cappucino! I was waiting for you to dig in so I can see the crumbs inside lol!

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  21. Love this recipe and the presentation is so chic and cool.
    Un beso

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  22. That's a great way to surprise your guests. They think you bring them cappucinos when in fact it's a dessert!

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  23. Que cosa mas rica Gloria! me encantan los cakes en tacitas (que lindas!).Besos

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  24. Que buena idea Gloria, se ven deliciosos... los dejaré en la lista de espera a mis recetas por hacer... de seguro cuando esté con la familia,
    Saludos!! :D

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  25. There couldn't have been a better way to present a coffee dessert. Looks fantastic and the flavour sounds divine with all those lovely ingredients!

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  26. Me encanto las fotos y la presentación y obvio cualquier cosa con café me conquista.

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  27. What precious little darling cups of goodness, Gloria. I could eat them ALL up. Of course, I would have to skip breakfast, lunch and dinner but I'm sure it would be worth it!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Thanks dear Louise!his is a funny coffe desserts!

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  28. These would be a huge hit in my house - they look terrific!

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  29. These looks wonderful! I need to make some desserts in cups too! A perfect idea for individual serving!

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  30. What a great idea!Love them!

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  31. My hubby would love this treat! Hope you're doing well, Gloria xoxo

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    1. Thanks Elsie dear, I comment you in your blog xxx

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  32. This is so fun, I know friends love to come to your house!

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  33. Pues ya que soy fan del cappuccino como café, por que no ser fan del cake, tambien? :-) Por un momento pense que lo que le habias echado al final era canela, no chocolate. Yo al café lo polvoreo con los dos, un poquitico de canela y un tincito de chocolate. Gracias por la receta.

    Saludos desde Londres.

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    1. La verdad Mario que se le puede echar canela o chicolate tengo otra receta que hare mas adelante es que es un mousse que lleva canela con los dos queda rico!
      gracias por venit Mario!

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  34. I do love cappuccino in cakes, Gloria Dear, my own cappuccino torte is one of my bestselling ones :)

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    1. Really? I love desserts in cups too Dezzy!

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  35. great !
    Greetings from Poland :)
    Katarzyna


    www.sajuki.blogspot.com

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  36. Love this Gloria! Another great dessert in a cup and I wish I had one of cups now.

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  37. This sounds delicious. They look so pretty.

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    1. hugs Grammy waht fun you are in Alaska, you have to talk me about it!!:)

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  39. Awesome! That looks and sounds divine.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  40. Presentations in cups are fun, Gloria. And affords us a great variety too. Love your cups... Kahlua is a great addition.

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  41. Hola gloria, tanto tiempo que rico lo que has preparado. Yo con poco tiempo, este año se me ha echo más difícil, entre colegio, preuniversitario, mi negocio, blog upps sus....

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    1. Espero de verdad que tengamos mas adelnate el tiempo para vernos Claudia!!xo

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  42. Algo me paso que no pude seguir escribiendo. Muchos cariños

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  43. How perfect for brunch or a tea party!

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  44. Oh yummy, definitely looks like my kind of thing! Many thanks for the share, I will give it a try next weekend!

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