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Pine Nuts Butter Cake During MCO

BAKING MODE ON....

For the past few days, I was very tempted to do some baking but I held on as I did not have fresh milk or yogurt.  Managed to get a packet the other day and I googled again for a nice recipe to work on.  I have a packet of pine nuts in the fridge and I googled Pine Nuts Butter cake, not a very common name, right?  However I managed to get this cake recipe from Sonia's blog aka nasilemaklover, I think many of us know her by now.  Her blog came up when I googled it last night... and here just now, I got these cupcakes done!
110gm butter with 65gm sugar...
I used brown sugar as usual... 
Creamed them together using my electric handmixer... 
2 eggs.... put in one at a time.... 
30gm pine nuts
80gm mashed banana...
100gm self raising flour... 
Mix them up.... 
And into the oven at 180degrees.... 
After 20 minutes.... 
Testing...testing time.... 
Shall I do this again?
Definitely I will... 
Maybe next time, a double portion!


Comments

  1. I wish I could bake! Now I'm craving for cake. Gotta grab some the next time I go out. :(

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  2. You are so smart to bake this and succeeded on first attempt. I like the idea to bake in cupcakes which is easier to eat and pass on as gifts to neighbours.

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  3. Wow! so very tasty! Now I feel like eating cakes too.

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  4. They look delicious, and are healthy as well.

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  5. MCO is very good isn't it? Brings out a lot of talent! LOL!

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  6. Delicious looking pine nuts cup cake. Next round, please bake more and keep some for me. Lol!

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  7. Now you are tempting me to bake. Pine nuts butter cake, sounds healthy and yummu.

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  8. I was craving for some cheese cake just now.

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