An Experiment Gone Right

Baking By Pastrybaglady Updated 30 Jan 2014 , 5:54pm by Pastrybaglady

Pastrybaglady Posted 25 Jan 2014 , 5:23pm
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So I was having guests over last night but was a little short on time and wanted to make some cupcakes.  Made the cakes but didn't have enough time to make up a whole new batch of frosting but had small amounts of different things: smbc, cream cheese frosting, heavy whipping cream.  I tried mixing them all together and it worked out perfectly and just the right amount - just love it when that happens, it's so rare!

 

 

Oh and I should add this was not a job so no copyright issues.  I simply asked the girl at Starbucks if I could have some water cups for cupcakes and she handed me an entire sleeve ;-D

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savannahquinn Posted 25 Jan 2014 , 5:36pm
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Love it!

JessicaHall1022 Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 2:08pm
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AHow cute, what a great idea! Did you bake them in the cups or just place them in after baking? I was thinking about something similar the other day for a friend who loves Starbucks.

cakealicious7 Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 2:12pm
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AVery nice!! They look so delicious!

Pastrybaglady Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 5:47pm
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Quote:

Originally Posted by JessicaHall1022 

How cute, what a great idea! Did you bake them in the cups or just place them in after baking? I was thinking about something similar the other day for a friend who loves Starbucks.

Jessica: I put the batter directly into the cups and the cups onto a baking pan.  I was amazed the cups did not brown or distort in any way ;-D

JessicaHall1022 Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 5:50pm
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AThanks! I bet cleanup was easier than washing muffin tins too :)

Pastrybaglady Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 5:54pm
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You know, that's a benefit I didn't even appreciate!  Thanks!

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