Nov 5, 2008

Cheese Cup Cake

I had bought a few Alex Goh's recipes books but I never try making any of them. Recently from "Baking mum" blog, I saw her using Alex Goh's recipe to bake a chiffon cheese cake and it turn out so nice. It reminded me that I had his fantastic cheesecake recipe book too which I bought it last year at Johnlittle sales.

So after going through the book, I chose one of the easiest recipe - Cheddar Cheese Cup Cake to bake today after work. It's taste and look real good. This recipe is definitely a keeper for me.

Recipe from Alex Goh fantastic cheesecake -
3 Eggs
3 Egg yolks
180g Sugar
Pinch of salt

1/4 tsp vanilla essense

165g Flour
1 tsp Baking powder

60g Milk
65g Cheddar Cheese, grated

70g Corn oil

Some Cheddar cheese, grated for topping

Preheat oven at 200 degree C
1. Grease and line the bottom of cup cake or muffin mould with paper cup.
2. Whip (A) until light and fluffy. Add (B) and mix well.
3. Fold in (C) and mix until well blended.
4. Cook (D) until the cheese melts. Add (D) and (E). Mix until well combined.
5. Pour into the prepared mould and sprinkle some (F) on top.
6. Bake for 18mins or until firm and golden brown. Remove from oven and unmould.


Anonymous said...


I like your blog very much.

Can you tell me if i can use the prepacked grated cheese mozarella) or do i have to grate the block cheese myself Thanks

Wen said...


It's better to use block cheddar cheese and grate it yourself. I used ready grated cheddar cheese once but the result was not so good.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Wen. Will try and let you know the result.

Anonymous said...

Hi Wen

I baked the cheese cupcake but they were a bit dry. I could not taste the cheese also. Please advise which brand do I use. Thanks

Wen said...

Hi Annoymous,

Yours was a bit dry? Maybe overbaked or due to the egg size. All Alex Goh's recipe uses large egg - 60g per egg without shell.

I did this recipe twice and the cake was quite moist. I used Kraft cheddar cheese (in blue colour box). If you like it more cheesey, maybe sprinkle more cheese on top.

Anonymous said...

for the flour is plain flour?



Wen said...

Hi Sim,

Yes is plain flour.

Pinky Heart said...

Hi Wen,

Can i just whip without a mixer??  Does that work??

wensdelight said...

I'm not too sure but if you use hand whisk and can get the light and fluffy texture... I think shoudn't be a problem. Happy Baking!

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