Sunday, 28 August 2011

Chocolate Caramel Hershey Kisses Fairy Cake Recipe

I got the inspiration to make these cakes from a packet of Hersheys Chocolate Caramel Kisses I won on Twitter last week from @TheCandyCanCo 
Hershey Kisses Cakes
Chocolate Caramel Kisses Fairy Cake Recipe
Cake Ingredients
4 oz Caster Sugar
4 oz Butter/Margarine
4 oz Self Raising Flour
2 Eggs
Hersheys Chocolate Caramel Kisses


Butter Cream Topping
2oz Butter
1oz Icing Sugar
1oz Cocoa Powder


Pre-heated oven 185 degrees (fan assisted)
Add all the cake ingredients into a a bowl and whisk for 1-2 minutes with an electric whisk.
Divide the mixture evenly into cake cases, should make 12 cakes using fairy cake size cases.  Place a Caramel Kiss in the middle of each cake.  Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes, you may need longer if you use muffin size cases.  Remove from the oven once the cakes are firm to the touch and place on a cooling rack.
Fairy Cake Recipe
To make the buttercream place the butter in a bowl ensuring this is soft, sift the icing sugar and cocoa powder and mix.


Top each cake with a little or a lot of buttercream depending how indulgent your feeling, you could also pipe this if you want a fancier looking cake. Any left over buttercream can be popped in the freezer. Then top with a Hersheys Chocolate Caramel Kiss.
Hershey Kisses Cake Recipe
I have been thinking about other goodies you could put inside a fairy cake, how about a blob of peanut butter although this could make the cake very greasy or what about one or two Aero Peppermint Chocolate Bubbles. Right I'm off to eat my fill of cakes!



3 comments:

  1. You're very good at winning things! These look lovely. My mum makes little buns she calls volcano cakes. After a blob of cake mixture goes into a cake case, she indents it with a concave circle of marzipan, and into the marzipan hollow she puts raspberry jam. When they come out they look a bit like lava erupting from a volcano. They taste good, too.

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  2. These look delicious! I don't have any Hersheys but I like the idea of using Aero bubbles!

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  3. these look amazing, got to try them, going to have a look round to see what i can put in the middle :)

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