Here are the cupcake containers I bought for a craft show. How am I going to keep the cupcake from sliding inside it's little container??? Eeeek! (A regular sized cupcale paper is inside)
Maybe a small dab of buttercream?
AI just worry once the be dries it will no longer stick to the plastic bottom.
A little bit of non slip mat under each one?
AI use a dab of melted white candy melts.
AWhat a pain in the butt..
AIs there any way you can replace those with smaller ones? If not, double sided tape or glue dots?
AThat's why I use upsidedown 9 oz cups. The lids have a raised ring, that when used as the bottom, holds the cupcake in place. I 've literally transported 1000s of cupcakes that way.
APiping gel will work/hold them in place.
AThank you so much! I will try piping gel.
That's why I use upsidedown 9 oz cups. The lids have a raised ring, that when used as the bottom, holds the cupcake in place. I 've literally transported 1000s of cupcakes that way.
I had been racking my brain trying to figure out how you did that from another thread.... you use the lid as the holder!!! Genius!!!! And here I was thinking you were just turning the cupcake upside down so the icing was smooshed . herp derp. I will be doing that for the next holiday I bake for. Thank you!
AI feel so dumb!!!!! I turned these cups upside down and the grove in the top fits the cupcake perfectly! !!!!
If there's a cheap, practical and/or easy way to do something, I'll bet I've done it. I'm not into complicating my life any more than it is naturally.
AThanks leah! I got these off eBay for around $.30 a piece!
I buy the cups at GFS. They cost about half that and there are 3 GFS stores in my city. But really, 30 cents is a great price for those cupcake holders.
Gordon Food Suuply
Err . . . I think they just changed their name to Gordon Food Services.