Cupcake Pull Apart Cake

Baking By SnLSweetEscapes Updated 29 Jun 2011 , 9:04pm by TexasSugar

SnLSweetEscapes Posted 24 Jun 2011 , 11:10pm
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Quick question...for those of you that have made a Cupcake Pull Apart Cake, do you use the Buttercream transfer method for your design? I have someone that is asking me to make a rocket one and a ballerina and I have never made one before. I am just thinking that it would be easier to do it this way.
Also, how much extra do you charge for this from your normal cost of cupcakes?
Thank you!!!

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poohsmomma Posted 25 Jun 2011 , 1:21am
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I have made a couple. I used a FBCT on a Spiderman cake for my great nephew.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/hjscakes/3896527773/in/photostream

It was pretty easy.

Cupcations Posted 25 Jun 2011 , 1:49am
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Off subject...
I dont do cakes so whenever I see "frozen BC transfer" I just ignore it lol I have no idea what it even meant.... Reading your post....I just searched it on youtube OMG its sooooo coool.... Im so gona do this icon_biggrin.gif

Tammies_Cakes Posted 29 Jun 2011 , 3:31am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SawLil

Quick question...for those of you that have made a Cupcake Pull Apart Cake, do you use the Buttercream transfer method for your design? I have someone that is asking me to make a rocket one and a ballerina and I have never made one before. I am just thinking that it would be easier to do it this way.
Also, how much extra do you charge for this from your normal cost of cupcakes?
Thank you!!!




I used the pin prick method on this one http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1475925
Tammie

TexasSugar Posted 29 Jun 2011 , 9:04pm
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I've used the FBCT many of times on cupcake cakes, but I don't do them in shapes other than a basick shape. It will work though, I would probably go ahead and put some icing down over everything to begin with.

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