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How to Make a Cadburys Snowball Pudding Cake
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How to Make a Cadburys Snowball Pudding Cake

Difficulty Intermediate
Budget £10 - £30
Time 1/2 day +
Last year it was the malteaser pudding cake, this year, we're going mad for Cadburys Snowballs! This snowball pudding cake is perfect for the chocolate-hearted - and a breeze to make! Instructions by Ruth Wildish.

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Ingredients: 

Cadburys Snowballs – available in store

120 ml vegetable oil

230 ml water

3 eggs

Step-1

Pre-heat the oven 180OC / 160C fan assisted ovens / Gas mark 4.

Step-2

Empty the contents of the cake mix into a large bowl and add the water, eggs and oil.

Step-3

Gently mix for about 2 mins until smooth and creamy.

Step-4

Grease the hemisphere tins and sit in their rings on a baking tray. Divide the mixture between the two halves and cook in the oven for about 30 minutes or until firm to the touch.

Step-5

 Leave in the tins to cool enough to handle, then run a sharp knife across the top of the cakes, using the edges of the tin as a guide, to trim off any excess.

Step-6

Turn out of the tins and leave to cool. When completely cool wrap in Clingfilm and pop in the freezer for about 30 minutes until hard to the touch

Step-7

Remove from the freezer and trim the bottom of one cake and stick to the board with buttercream.

Step-8

Cover the bottom half with buttercream, place the top half on to the bottom half and cover with buttercream. Your cake should look like a big snowball! 9. Stick the Cadburys Snowballs into the buttercream in rows until the cake is covered.

Step-9

Make your holly leaves by cutting out a round, then lightly score a line down the centre. Using a smaller round cutter, cut three segments away to form the holly leaf shape.

Step-11

Using the red fondant roll three berries

Step-12

Roll out the chocolate fondant to a couple of inches bigger than the hemisphere tin, then using a sharp knife cut a wavy line around the tin, this will be the chocolate “cream”.

Step-13

Drape the chocolate fondant over the cake then add three holly leaves and berries in the centre to finish.

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