Packing Together Mini Cupcakes For A Bake Sale?

Baking By jjbrink Updated 26 Jan 2010 , 2:21am by DetailsByDawn

jjbrink Posted 25 Jan 2010 , 8:33pm
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my daughters school is having a bake sale tomorrow night to raise money for haiti. we made some black bottom cupcakes a couple of weeks ago and they were amazing. we make regular size ones and also mini. the mini tasted so much better (the recipe has a cream cheese filling with chocolate morsels on the top- i think the cream cheese center is why it tasted so much better with the mini)

we are to wrap them individually, which would be great for a regular size cupcake, but how would i go about wrapping the mini's? they do not have any icing on them so that would not be a problem. and how many do you think i should add to a "serving" to equal a normal cupcake?

i was thinking about just putting them in suran wrap and tieing off with a ribbon, but i dont want them to get tumbled up and stuck together. any ideas?

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DetailsByDawn Posted 26 Jan 2010 , 2:21am
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Why not use candy bags? We can get them at Michael's or WalMart or the bulk food store here - not sure what's available for you. They're fairly inexpensive and come with twist ties. Mini's should fit just fine and since there's no frosting, it should be neat and tidy too. Good luck!

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