Hey all! It's been years since I've made cupcakes (not that I don't like them, I just haven't had a reason to). I'm making cupcakes for a birthday party tomorrow and I'm wondering if I can use the usual WASC recipe that I use for cakes? Does it do well for cupcakes or should I just follow the recipe on the box?
It should work great! Have fun!
I will be trying them myself next week for my daughter's b-day. Don't see any reason why it wouldn't make cupcakes. My recipe says it does. I have made it before for a cake and I know it makes quite a bit. Wonder if the mix freezes?
Just go ahead and bake the cc, then freeze them. They are nice to have, you can use them for a quick dessert or when company comes. I usually put them in a ziplock freezer bag and then into a plastic airtight container. It works great, you can keep them for several weeks.
Thanks for the quick response! I'll use the WASC recipe I'm familiar with. My plan is to make the amount of cupcakes that I need and pour the rest of the batter in a small cake pan for us to eat. Bonus!
I've used the WASC for cupcakes and they got praise like no other! (You can succesfully cut the recipe in half).