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post #16 of 130
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Originally Posted by GrandmaG


Cupcakes, where do you live that cream cheese is expensive?


In the philippines. icon_smile.gif it's relatively expensive here, not an everyday thing, you can only find it in specialty stores, especially in the small city i live in. i lvoe cream cheese so when i buy it, i tend to just eat it in fear of having a recipe turn out wrong LOL

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post #17 of 130
Oh yay Lemon! I never got a chance to make the carrot ones. I wonder if I have everything to make these even though I know that I have no cream cheese right now... Hmmmm
post #18 of 130
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may I ask where the icing recipe came from??

To be honest I'm not exactly sure. I have a large Word file where I cut and paste recipes that I want to try. It's definitely from somewhere on CC but I have no clue where it came from. Could it be yours?



No it definately isn't mine icon_redface.gif Just was curious is all, just sounds deliteful and seems absolutely perfect for this recipe.

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post #19 of 130
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post #20 of 130
Lemon is my absolute fav. YEAH!!!!
post #21 of 130
Oh yeah, I forgot to ask-about how many cuppies does this make?
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Originally Posted by suz3

Oh yeah, I forgot to ask-about how many cuppies does this make?

I don't know yet. I plan to make them tomorrow so I'll post the amount.
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post #23 of 130
You guys are killing me... I have to wait until Saturday to make them so they are fresh for church Sunday... how am I supposed to wait that long?? Sheesh!
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post #24 of 130
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Originally Posted by Melvira

You guys are killing me... I have to wait until Saturday to make them so they are fresh for church Sunday... how am I supposed to wait that long?? Sheesh!



I hear ya, I may not even be able to get to them this weekend! icon_cry.gif

Quick question, can I use margarine in the icing recipe or will it detract from the cuppy recipe too much seeing as how it has butter in it?? If I have to use butter in the icing recipe, does it need to be salted or unsalted??
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post #25 of 130
Did I stump everyone with my question??
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post #26 of 130
Oh, sorry!

I would not suggest margarine as it would have a margarine taste. Does that make sense? Butter has a better flavor. You can use either type of butter, different people will tell you different reasons to use the different types! icon_rolleyes.gif Some people think the salted butter is rank, some people think the unsalted is nasty! Whatever you do, if you use the unsalted, use a pinch of salt. If you use salted, be careful about using salt. Either way will taste good!!
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post #27 of 130
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Originally Posted by Melvira

Oh, sorry!

I would not suggest margarine as it would have a margarine taste. Does that make sense? Butter has a better flavor. You can use either type of butter, different people will tell you different reasons to use the different types! icon_rolleyes.gif Some people think the salted butter is rank, some people think the unsalted is nasty! Whatever you do, if you use the unsalted, use a pinch of salt. If you use salted, be careful about using salt. Either way will taste good!!



MY HERO icon_lol.gif Thanks, I will stick with salted butter, I am just used to using margerine, expense wise.
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post #28 of 130
I know what you mean, but it's worth the extra cost in this situation. And check WalMart because butter is usually a LOT cheaper there! I get it for under $2 normally, although right now it's higher.
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post #29 of 130
I would ove to be in the CCCC club. How do you join. Is there a list of who goes next in line for the recipes.I have a recipe that I would love everyone to try. I cant wait to bake these lemon ones.
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Originally Posted by Karema

I would ove to be in the CCCC club. How do you join. Is there a list of who goes next in line for the recipes.I have a recipe that I would love everyone to try. I cant wait to bake these lemon ones.


There is no requirements to join except you have to have fun! Just read the first post and that will explain how to get a chance to post a new recipe!!
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