cupcake. Thursday , October 26th , 2017 - 20:08:22 PM
If you are making cupcakes for a wedding, shower or other elegant event, you may consider purchasing edible flowers to top your cupcakes and make them extra special. Flowers like the English Daisy, Chrysanthemums, Gardenias, Marigolds, Pansies or Roses are all good choices. If you are adding real flowers to adorn your cupcakes, do make sure that the flowers are edible and not poisonous. Another way to add a bit of crunch to your cupcake toppings is with crushed up cereal. Sweetened cereals can be swirled in a food processor or chopped up with your knife (depending how fine you want it) and sprinkled over the top of your cupcake icing to add texture and a little more sweetness. Cereals that you may want to consider are honey-granola types of cereals (that include crunchy bits as well as some types of nuts), and cereals like Alpha Bits, Honey Bunches of Oats or Frosted Flakes.
Use the exact amounts of the ingredients. Many a would-be chef has botched the execution of a perfectly good recipe by using bad measuring techniques. (Actually, for many people who can’t bake, this is their real problem. They don’t take the time to measure accurately.) Follow the recipe and measure your ingredients correctly. It’s important for the ingredients to come out in proper proportion to one another based on the recipe. Also, don’t forget: When a recipe calls for eggs, it usually means large eggs unless otherwise specified.
Party guest see a cupcake, and think "portion control. It is a small cupcake, as opposed to a large slice of cake. Therefore, when one is offered a piece of cake, the "small request" can be eliminated. One doesn’t have to verbally single themselves out, requesting a "small piece". The "small piece" request always comes off as if you are trying not to indulge. It’s a party, everyone is indulging. The expression is very worn out, old and tired. Three cheers for the cupcake.
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