Sunday, November 11, 2012

Beware of these birds!!! ANGRY BIRDS are back in town!!!!

How does the Angry Birds look to you? Angry enough? Fierce enough?
But I though the black ones looked like Penguins instead... hahaha...I think I forgotten about their eyebrows huh???
 The 1st couple of birds were still quite like Angry Birds but not till Mimi came by into the kitchen and started tugging my arms, my shorts... almost lost my patience with her cos she was "destroying" my "works", so I quickly finished up the balance...
 Passable as Angry Birds???
What say you???
 I had googled for some pictures and I saw this one, so I followed the pictures and piped the batter into angry birds... Preparing yellow, red, blue, orange, black and the original colors to be "drawn".
 These are the batter before steaming....
Hmmm, they do look better at this current state rather than being steamed isn't it??? :-p
Sorry, I hadn't had any step by step pictures but I hope the method mentioned below will be cleared.^^
 Let's take a closer look at them....
The Blue Bird.
 The Red Bird.
 The Yellow Bird.
 And my 2 "Penguins", if you can noticed them... hehehehee!!!!
 My noti Mimi, can't wait to set her hands on them... She has been pestering me since the moment I told her about making Angry Birds cupcakes....
So she grabbed the Blue Bird and told me she wanted to eat the orange beak...-_-"
After I peeled the orange part for her, she just threw the rest of the bird cupcake and ran away@_@"
 Nic and Nat, trying to take pictures of the Angr Birds... They both said the cupcakes looked so pretty...
Nic didn't dare to eat any of them though, whereas Nat ate the Black Bird and she said it was delicious.
 After that, we headed off for our dinner where Mimi was caught dozing off by the window...^^
I had used the same recipe as the LadyBird Cupcakes.
3 cold eggs
275g plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
150ml fresh milk
1 tsp ovalette
220g castor sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence

1. Put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and beat with medium high speed for 6 minutes.
2. Set aside colors into piping bags:
(*amount are estimated, and can make up to 12-14 Angry Birds of the normal cupcake size)
(*as too much coloring are not too good, I have piped only the top part, leaving the base part the original flavour.)
  • Orange - 1 tbsp of batter - Beak
  • Yellow - 3 tbsp of batter - Yellow Bird
  • Blue - 3 tbsp of batter - Blue Bird
  • Black - 3 tbsp of batter - Black Bird, Eyes, Brows
  • Red of batter - 3 tbsp - Red Bird
  • Original - 2 tbsp of batter - Eye, Tummy
1st: Color the body, shape out the eye and tummy area, using either red, black, blue or yellow batter.
2nd: Color the eye area & tummy area with the original batter.
3rd: Color the beak with orange batter.
4th: Color the eye and brows with black batter.
5th: Get ready to steam at medium high heat for about 15mins.

You may wish to use my picture below as a guide to "color" the Angry Birds.

I am submitting this to Aspiring Bakers #25 – Steaming Hot Cakes (November 2012) hosted by Miss B of Everybody Eats Well in Flanders.


  1. Hey this post belong to another blog, you could at least give credit to the person who made the original recipe.

  2. Hey this post belong to another blog, you could at least give credit to the person who made the original recipe.