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Raspberry spounge balls

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Cooking time

Prep: 35 minutes Cook: 25 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

12 cakes

A yummy little cup-cake with a raspberry surprise in the middle!

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Ingredients

For the cakes

  • 2 Eggs beaten
  • 50g Butter
  • 50g Caster sugar
  • 85g Self rasing flower

For the icing

  • 100g Icing sugar
  • 90g Butter
  • 5 Raspberrys
  • A sprinkle of ginger

Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C 20 mins before you start cooking.

  2. Put the butter, sugar, flower and eggs into a bowl and mix.

  3. Spoon the mixture into silicone cake cases, adding a even amount in each and pop them in the oven.

  4. To make the icing, mix the butter and icing sugar until soft and creamy remember to add the water.

  5. Make a raspberry mixture by mashing the raspberrys and adding the ginger.

  6. Pour the raspberry mixture into the icing sugar mix and stir.

  7. When the cakes are done, cut each one in half and put a little icing in each and pop the top back on.

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