Published at Tuesday, September 11th 2018. by Georgette Chang in Cupcakes.
Have you been to an event recently and been surprised that instead of a regular cake, you were treated to an elaborate cupcake display? Cupcakes seem to be all the rage nowadays. Cupcakes seem to be the trendy thing to serve at any gathering, from baby showers to weddings, or birthday galas to Super Bowl parties. Cupcakes are easy to eat, full of delicious flavor and exciting eye-catching delights. It seems everyone loves those sweet little concoctions. But, are they really just cute little miniature cakes, or are they a wonderfully flavorful dessert deserving their own title?
First thing, you have to prepare the ingredients you will need in making your very own cupcakes. This includes 2 boxes moist butter cake mix, food coloring, 1 ½ tsp of marshmallow flavoring, plastic sandwich bags, 4 containers of white butter cream of frosting and 6 tsp of marshmallow frosting.
This brings us to one final question. Which of the two is cheaper? Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this. Here are a few variables to take into account when figuring up the cost for either. How many servings do you need? What does your baker/caterer charge per cupcake? What do they charge per slice of cake? Do they charge more for a variety of flavors? How do you want your guests to be served? How do you want to display your cake or cupcakes? Can you rent a cake or cupcake stand? Would it be more cost affective to purchase a cake or cupcake stand? In general, the opinion seems to be that cupcakes are cheaper!
Since coffee and chocolate are a delectable duo, serving your guests with mocha cupcakes (made from dark chocolate and strong coffee) topped with butter cream frosting will be a cool idea. If you want to savor the real flavor of mocha cupcakes, make sure you add high-quality coffee in it. Once you are done with baking and frosting, decorate your cupcakes with cinnamon or Chocó chips to make them look scrumptious and yummy.
In checking whether cupcakes are already done, you can use a toothpick. Prior to baking, preheat the oven for about 15 to 20 minutes. You have to check the cupcakes from time to time to avoid over baking.
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