Milk Kinder cakes with thermomix Milk Kinder cakes with thermomix
A few months ago, on a trip to the south of France, one of the things I brought was this recipe for kinder milk cakes, a delight, in theory they used them for children’s snacks although I assure you that if you make them the snack will be yours.
Milk Kinder cakes with thermomix
Milk Kinder cakes with thermomix Ingredients for sponge cake 5 eggs 35 g bitter cocoa powder 120 g sugar 100 grams of corn starch 1 pinch of salt Vanilla extract (a few drops) 15 grams of baking powder or yeast For the cream 250 ml of cream 250 gr mascarpone 100 g sugar 2 tablespoons honey For the bathroom Milk Instructions The sponge cake Put the butterfly in our thermomix glass and put the sugar, eggs and a pinch of salt and program 10 minutes / Speed 4 Add corn starch, cocoa, yeast and vanilla extract and program 3 minutes / speed 3 Put the resulting dough on the baking tray and bake at 200ºC / 9 minutes Then we take it out of the oven and cut it into a perfect rectangle. Cut it in half and let the filling cool: put the sugar and pulverize 10 seconds / speed 10 We booked in a bowl without the butterfly. We put the cream very cold in our glass that we will have it very cold (like when we make cream) and we program 1 minute / speed 6 Without washing the cup, put the butterfly, we put the sugar previously reduced in the powder and mascarpone and programmed 2 minutes / speed 2 Add the cream and honey and mix 1 minute / speed 1 Wet the sponge cake with the milk, fill the whole surface with the cream and place the second rectangle in the upper part, applying a light pressure. Cover with paper film and let it rest in the fridge for an hour, then cut into small rectangles and serve.