What Are The Best Cherry Types for a Cherry Mini Cake?
There are many varieties of cherries, hard or soft, sweet or sour. It can also be yellow, pink, or red in color. Sweet cherries like Maraschino, Bing, Rainier, or Chelan are best for this recipe. If using fresh cherries, remove the seeds and chop them. If you are using frozen or canned cherries, drain them before adding them to the dough.
How To Pit Cherries?
If using fresh cherries, remove the seeds before adding them to the cake mix. There are many ways to pit cherries. The most practical method for this is the core extraction apparatus. If you don't have a pitting tool, you can also use a straw or bottle. Remove the stems of the cherries. Press the straw from the side from which you removed the stems and remove the core. To remove the seeds with the glass bottle, place the cherry upside down in the mouth of the glass bottle. Press the cherry against the bottle. You can also cut the cherry in half and remove the seeds.
What To Serve with Cherry Cake?
You can serve these homemade cherry mini muffins with tea and/or coffee. You can sprinkle powdered sugar on it. You can also serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
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How To Store Cherry Mini Cakes?
You can store cherry mini muffins in the refrigerator or freezer. Let the cake cool completely. Then wrap it in cling film or aluminum foil. You can store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Allow to come to room temperature before serving.
Can Cherry Mini Cakes Be Frozen? Yes. Cherry cake freezes well. Cool the cake completely. Then wrap it in aluminum foil. You can freeze it this way for up to 3 months. Allow the cake to thaw at room temperature before serving.