Published at Tuesday, September 11th 2018. by Eva Peterson in Cupcakes.
If you are planning on doing it yourself, the price would probably be about the same for either one. However, unless one has experience in cake decorating, most would probably find it a lot easier to decorate cupcakes than to assemble and decorate a tiered cake. In short, it all boils down to three main questions. Which one do you prefer? When, where and how would you like your guests to be served? And what is the best way to accomplish this?
A better baking experience. Just think of it this way: since cupcake makers specialize on creating cupcakes, it will naturally create better cupcakes than ovens, which is used for baking in general. According to reviews peppered all over the internet, cupcake makers cook cupcakes more evenly. There are more incidences of burnt and uneven cupcakes cooked in ovens than in a cupcake maker.
Cupcake boxes are usually required when you want to transport the cupcakes or gift the cupcakes to your loved ones. Cardboard cupcake boxes are always the best option. They come in a variety of designs to choose from. If budget is an issue, you may choose to buy a simple cupcake box and decorate it on your own and believe me, it's more fun than a task. There are many ways to decorate the boxes. For instance, you may buy a simple white colored cardboard box and paste colored glazed papers on it. Then, you may decorate it further using sparkles and tie it with a colorful ribbon. Be sure to make the knot properly else it will look really awful. You can also add some message to the box like "Happy Birthday".
While some of the upscale cupcake boutiques use expensive ingredients like Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, you don't have to go all out to create cupcakes fit for a special event like a wedding. Just be sure to use fresh and natural ingredients, such as butter and fresh fruit instead of margarine and frozen.
What's in a name? Well, for cupcakes, a lot! Cupcakes date back to the 19th Century where they were commonly known as "number cakes." These bite-sized cakes were accounted for according to the number of cups required for the necessary ingredients. Another theory for the origin of the cupcake name is the vessel in which the cakes were baked. Ramekins, tin or small clay cups were said to have contained the essential ingredients for cupcakes upon their initiation. Oddly enough, bakers today still choose to bake these fun treats in the same containers.
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