Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

Simple Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

Everyone needs a really easy, basic vanilla cupcake recipe in their life! Whether you’re baking a batch of cupcakes for a birthday party, filling up lunch boxes or organising a special morning tea, you need this recipe!!

Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

You know how I said these Thermomix vanilla cupcakes were really simple? Well here’s the proof! These delicious little things take less than a minute to make in the Thermomix. Yep, seriously!! You just cream the butter and sugar together, add the rest of the ingredients and mix. Easy peasy.

Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

Pop the cupcakes into the oven and in no time at all you’ll have the most delicious little bites. Yum!

Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

Simple Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes

The one and only Thermomix Vanilla Cupcakes recipe you will ever need. This is one of our most popular recipes ever!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes
Servings 24 small cupcakes
Author Thermomix Recipes by Thermobliss

Ingredients

  • 200 g unsalted butter , softened
  • 200 g caster sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 eggs
  • 200 g self raising flour
  • I X quantity Thermomix Natural Strawberry Frosting - optional (click here for the recipe)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 175 degrees celsius.
  2. Place sugar and butter into the TM bowl and and mix for 15 seconds, Speed 5.
  3. Add the eggs, salt, vanilla extract and self-raising flour and mix for 15 seconds, Speed 5.
  4. Scrape down sides of mixing bowl with spatula, then mix for a further 10 seconds, Speed 5.
  5. Place the cupcake mixture into the cupcake cases - filling them to 2/3 full.
  6. Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes or until golden and when they spring back when touched in the centre.
  7. Leave cupcakes in the baking trays for 5 minutes before moving to a wire rack to cool completely.
  8. Ice with a basic buttercream frosting or our Thermomix Natural Strawberry Frosting.
  9. Spread icing over cooled cupcakes.

Recipe Notes

You can find our natural strawberry frosting recipe here: https://thermobliss.com/thermomix-strawberry-frosting/

 

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  1. I just made these, and OMG wow!! They are delicious, even without icing. I’m so glad I came across this recipe, no more packet mixes!

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  2. There is no liquid such as milk in the recipe. I’ve never made a cake batter with no liquid. Just want to check before I make them.

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  3. I thought there must be a mistake and I added some milk but just about to make them again for the week and I’ll skip the milk. They were a big hit with my boys. Will try to freeze some too

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  4. Holy crap… had a bit of an oopsie moment… ended up with GIANT cupcakes ???? they look completely delicious though! I just have to cup the tops off now before I ice them ?

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  5. Delicous cupcakes! Hubby usually isn’t a fan but found these were fantastic and not too sweet for him. Will definitely use this recipe in future, thank you!

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  6. Love this recipe, it works beautifully! Gorgeous taste!
    I do get air bubbles at times; any hints on what I may be doing wrong?
    Also, how do I achieve a flat top; they sometimes dome!
    I’m trying to get the perfect cup!

  7. Many thanks for the recipe. Going to try it today. The link for the strawberry frosting not working. Is it possible to get it please.

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  8. I am a terrible baker and while these didn’t turn out pretty (typical of my skills) they were extremely delicious and everyone at my sons birthday agreed.

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  9. Hi just wondering if these taste “eggy” with four eggs in the recipe? I have a son who isn’t super keen on egg smells or taste but he can eat cakes etc with egg in but usually only 1. Thanks

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      Hi Alana, I personally haven’t ever noticed that – but perhaps if he’s sensitive to eggs, he might. xx

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