Bite Size Cupcake Packaging

Business By jendeniz Updated 26 Aug 2015 , 7:30pm by carver1

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jendeniz Posted 20 Jun 2015 , 9:27pm
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Where can I find packaging for bite size cupcakes,  not mini cupcakes, but the very small cupcakes, like the size of a quarter. Does anyone else bake this, if so, how do you package them.

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craftybanana2 Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 2:52am
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How small are you talking? My minis are a standard size of 1.25" base width by 1" height. When I make minis I put them in a plastic egg carton, are yours smaller than that?

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Apti Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 4:44am
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That is probably only available as custom-ordered packaging. 

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julia1812 Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 6:58am
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I can't attach a picture, but here they sell transparent plastic boxes with a top (good for stocking). They are cheap and they have varies sizes. I would look on the Internet for disposable food boxes or so.

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jendeniz Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 7:03pm
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they are only about 1"  in base with,  smaller than standard mini, tall  about 1/2 to 3/4 on an inch. It's literally one bite.   

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Apti Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 8:06pm
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Jendeniz~~I was thinking before going to sleep last night and thought, AH  HA!  Candy inserts and boxes!     This is  a supplier I like, 

You can look all over the internet for food-safe candy boxes to get exactly what you want.    You can also use coupons at craft stores and purchase candy boxes made by Wilton if you don't need a lot of boxes.

Good luck with these bite-size cupcakes.  I made 15 dozen mini's once and they are incredibly picky to bake (seconds can literally make a difference between usable and not usable).  After that little experiment, I decided  the idea of the smaller, bite-size cupcakes was not something to look forward to.....

Here are some pics of the mini's I made and how I "rescued" the ones that were over-/under-baked by putting melted chocolate in a new liner and plopping in the failures.   There are also pics of 4 different flavor/filling combinations in a one dozen presentation clear plastic clamshell.    (note:  you'll need to display the pics 25-35 to see the minis.  Shutterfly only shows 25 thumbnails on a page.)

Are you a hobby baker?  Are you making one-bite size with different fillings and frosting?  I fell in love with the tiny little gems from the New York bakery, Baked By Melissa.

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jendeniz Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 9:17pm
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Thanks Apti, the candy box inserts would do the trick, I am a hobby baker,  sell to friends, family and co-workers....  The baked by Melissa look so tasty, never tried them, I live in CA .... I like baking tiny bite size deserts.. since in my family we are always watching our sugar intake,  I figured a bite size is good to not over due it, you still have to make sure you don't eat too many.

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carver1 Posted 26 Aug 2015 , 7:30pm
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Actually you need packaging for cupcakes that are custom in size, you can get these packaging boxes from TheCustomBoxes. Packaging from them is very durable and also according to the need. There are also many other manufacturers but you have to talk them first.

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