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is a common surname in Germany, but in the UK and Ireland
it is fair to say there are not many Oetkers listed in the
local phone directory. It really is quite easy to say - it
is pronounced Dr Urtker. Simply substituting the UR for the
OE makes it easy to say.
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cupcakes can be made with either gluten free flour or plain
flour both make delicious cakes that are popular with
for Gluten Free Cupcakes
125g caster sugar
125g plain or plain gluten free flour
2 medium eggs
1.5 tsp Dr Oetker Baking Powder or Dr Oetker Gluten Free
Few drops Dr Oetker Natural Vanilla Extract
Dr Oetker Fun Baking Cases
Vanilla Buttercream using Dr Oetker Vanilla Extract
Dr Oetker Wafer Daisies
Dr Oetker Hundreds & Thousands
to make Gluten Free Cupcakes
oven to 190ºC / Gas 5
together the butter and sugar using an electric hand whisk
or a wooden spoon.
a spoon of flour, and one egg then mix well, repeat.
rest of flour, baking powder and vanilla extract and mix
12 baking cases into muffin tins, and then spoon the mixture
in until it comes halfway up each case.
in preheated oven and bake for 18-20 minutes until risen
and lightly golden.
to cool completely.
buttercream and use liquid food colours to create the shades
a piping bag with a rose nozzle and open the bag up over
your hand, with a small spoon put some of the coloured buttercream
in the bag on one side, spoon the uncoloured vanilla buttercream
into the other side of the bag so both colours can feed
into the nozzle at the same time.
the icing bag shut and pipe a rosette onto the top of the
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