TheSugarLab Posted 3 Dec 2013 , 5:19am
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Hey folks, 

 

I've had a few of my customers asking for a chocolate cupcake that is not dark chocolate. Based on what they have asked for, I'm thinking they are wanting a milk chocolate. I'm trying to think of ways to make is more of a milk chocolate cake without changing my cocoa powder. I've seen some that just fold in melted milk chocolate but I wanted to see what other pro's thought. 

 

Thanks!

Ali

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MBalaska Posted 3 Dec 2013 , 8:00am
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German chocolate

AnnieCahill Posted 3 Dec 2013 , 2:06pm
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Yep either German chocolate or devil's food.

MBalaska Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 1:39am
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Originally Posted by TheSugarLab 
 

Hey folks,

 

"I've had a few of my customers asking for a chocolate cupcake that is not dark chocolate..............  I wanted to see what other pro's thought."

 

Thanks!

Ali

My apologies Ali, I bake at home. I am neither a professional or a business owner. I was introduced to baking as a kid by Mom, Grandma (who did own a restaurant) and the 4H club.

but I did sleep at a holiday inn last night. :party:

TheSugarLab Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 2:38am
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AI hear those holiday inn expresses are great! I don't get to vacation much but I'll have to check them out!

Hehe by pros I just meant other people who bake, whether for fun or profit. One of my customers asked if I had been able to do a milk chocolate and I told her about German chocolate and her eyes lit up. So thanks for the suggestion! :)

JWinslow Posted 4 Dec 2013 , 5:57am
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Originally Posted by MBalaska 
 

My apologies Ali, I bake at home. I am neither a professional or a business owner. I was introduced to baking as a kid by Mom, Grandma (who did own a restaurant) and the 4H club.

but I did sleep at a holiday inn last night. :party:

I'll leave the light on :lol:

kateeff Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 9:12am
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Beautiful Birthday cakes, great!

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