Cupcakery: Party-Perfect Cupcakes in a Flash
Cupcakery: Party-Perfect Cupcakes in a Flash

Cupcakery: Party-Perfect Cupcakes in a Flash

by Toni Miller

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Overview

These delectable and delightfully adorable cupcakes look and taste so amazing your friends and family won't believe you made them yourself—and from a mix. From French Toast, Cherry Cola, Cake Batter, to Fudge Sundae, and Mocha Swirl, add a little extra sweetness and sass to your next celebration with these quick and easy cupcakes!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462116263
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 06/09/2015
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 1,209,742
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

The Sweet Life 1

Cupcakes 101 5

Everyday Occasions 41

Seasonal Celebrations 93

Sweet Sources 145

The Cherries on Top 146

Index 148

Measurement Equivalents 150

About the Author 152

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Cupcakery: Party-Perfect Cupcakes in a Flash 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
lilacqueen75 More than 1 year ago
(4.5) Cupcakes. Who can resist cupcakes? I sure can't! I really enjoyed the way this book broke it down. I'm not a creative person and I once tried to do pretty frosting and it ended up a disaster! This book starts out with explaining different methods of baking, frosting, and decorating. Even I could do this! Then came the good stuff--recipes. Lots and lots of different recipes. Each section is separated into similar types of cupcakes. Such as, kiddie flavors, traditional flavors, seasonal flavors, breakfast flavors. I never would have thought to make a Cotton Candy Cupcake. And Neapolitan? Yum! There were so many different kinds--I'm going to be baking for awhile yet to come. Out of the ones I tried, my favorite was the S'mores Cupcakes. Ooh, so good! This cupcake is made with a yellow cake mix and graham cracker crumbs are added to the batter. A chocolate fudgy ganache tops it with a creamy, fluffy marshmallow cream frosting. Seriously divine! The instructions are easy to follow and the explanations of technique were very helpful. Using a cake mix is so very simple, but I would have love to see a basic batter recipe. I'm trying to eat healthier and although cupcakes are nowhere near healthy, at least a mix from scratch doesn't have the preservatives and added things in it. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to bake a better, more professional looking, and delicious tasting cupcake. *I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*