Updated: Jul 7, 2019
Cake Mix of your choice (Vanilla Flavor)
2 Tablespoons of White Chocolate Chips per Cupcake
Non-metallic Custard Cups
Paper Muffin Cups
Prepare the cake batter mix according to the instructions on the back and let it rest for 8 minutes before placing it inside the microwave.
Place the paper muffin cups inside the Non-Metallic Custard Cups.
Use the batter to fill the paper muffin cups at half capacity and Mix 2 Tablespoons of White Chocolate Chips per Cupcake.
Place the Non-Metallic Custard Cups fill with batter on the edge of the turnplate in a circle shaped fashion.
Use Roast to bake your Cupcakes.
1 Cupcake 1 Minute - 6 Cupcakes 3 1/2
If you believe the cupcakes could need more baking time, test by using intervals of 15 seconds to avoid overbaking your cupcakes.
1/2 Tablespoon of Vanilla Extract
1/2 Cup + 2 Tablespoons of Milk
1 Tablespoon of Sake (Rice Wine)
1/3 Cup of Butter
3 Cups of Confectioners Sugar
3 Tablespoons of Matcha Powder
Melt Milk and Butter until Butter is melted
Add Confectioners Sugar and beat with a mixer.
Add Matcha Powder, and Vanilla extract and beat until it becomes a paste.
Remove the Cupcakes from the Custard Cup and decorate with the Matcha Frosting.
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