Published at Tuesday, September 11th 2018. by Alicia Ross in Cupcakes.
Mix the batter correctly. Mix just long enough that the ingredients combine well. Otherwise, you can end up changing the texture of your cupcakes; over-mixing the batter usually makes the cupcakes tough.
The origins of cupcakes are controversial. Some believe that cupcakes were invented by people baking cakes in little teacups, so that the little cakes would not take so long to bake and would cool faster. Others believe that cupcakes were named by the way the ingredients were measured (1 cup of flour, 2 cups of sugar, etc.) Whatever the origin, the cupcake has come down through history as a delightful treat that everyone can enjoy.
Presentation is the key to success in every field, then why would cupcakes be left behind. When it comes to presenting cupcakes, you need to consider four main things namely, cupcake stands, cupcake boxes, cupcake wraps and cupcake decoration. Of the four things, the last one gets most of the attention while the other things are usually overlooked, but you should give importance to the other ones as well.
Cupcakes are now common in grocery store, pre-made and pre-iced. The baking aisle is filled with a large variety of cupcake papers, beginning with paper thin and progressing to a firm, rounded edge made of cardboard. So popular is the cupcake small artisan bakeries, creating nothing but cupcakes, have begun to spring up across the country. Selling for an average of $30 to $35 a dozen, they are dear, but if you want cupcakes that are head-turning, sometimes paying someone to decorate them in a unique or unusual way is the best way to go. A more recent trend, gaining in popularity, is cupcake towers in lieu of a more traditional wedding cake.
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.
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