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Wow, you did a great job!
And this is why I have a love hate relationship when it comes to making cake pops   What type of chocolate did you use?   And what process did you use to make the cake pops?   Maybe we can start there to figure out what happened.
Depending on how many cupcakes, I usually just let them cool on a wire rack, then I place them back in the cupcake baking pan and then cover with wax paper, and leave them on the counter.   If I were doing a bunch of cupcakes then I would put them in a air tight container, using the same process, covering with wax paper or saran wrap. I just line them up and cover with one layer.   They stay nice and moist and dont dry out at all
Not really sure what could have happened since you've been using the same recipe for while. First thing that did come to mind was that maybe its the ingredients your using. Did you try a new brand or maybe the brand your using changed its chemical makeup of its ingredient.   Here's a great tip, which might help with the "oil" factor, substitute apple sauce for equal amounts of vegetable oil that you use in your cake recipes. Its healthier, creates a very moist cake, and...
I give deals for cupcakes cakes. I usually do any cupcake cake, which includes 24 cupcakes, for $50 and up...depending on the design. If the customer needs more cupcakes I add on a extra $15 per dozen   So for something similar to what you made I would have charged about $75, which includes the price of the decorations
Never tried this, but it sounds like a great idea. Thanks
I use the WASC recipe for all my cake recipes and cupcakes   Here's the link to the one I use http://www.cakecentral.com/a/the-original-wasc-cake-recipe   I never had a problem using this recipe to make cupcakes. If you try this recipe and it continues, maybe you should try a different brand of cupcake liners
Something I do when I bake cupcakes, when they are completely cooled, I put a sheet of wax paper over them and leave them on the counter to frost later or the next day
I couldnt find a tutorial for a standing minion cake but I did find one for a standing Spongebob cake which would be the same exact concept:   http://paintedacrescakes.blogspot.com/2011/02/building-sponge-bob.html   Instead of a rectangular shaped board, you would use a circle board, depending on what size cake you use. I've made minions with 6" round cakes + half of the Wilton pan and I've made a minion with 8" round cakes and the Wilton soccer pan.   Then stack and...
Here's a similar cake that I made a while back: http://instagram.com/p/YOAg8vPtBi/?modal=true   The giant cupcake cake had a chocolate candy shell and I was also a bit apprehensive about stacking it on top of another cake using a dowel as support in fear that it would crack. But I did it and it worked perfectly.   Just make sure that you put a cake board under the giant cupcake, and I used melted chocolate as the "glue" to adhere the giant cupcake to the board
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