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Cupcake(!) Waltz

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

I just couldn’t resist the cuteness.

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The Giant Cupcake Strikes Back!!

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

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Ever since we blogged about the infamous Wilton giant cupcake cake pan, our readers have been whipping up their own. It’s been awhile since we’ve shared their (seriously impressive) baking skillz, so we bring you eight more examples of rockin’ reader giant cupcakes.

  • Adrienne Tsang shares an awesome tip: "I froze the 2 pieces overnight before trimming the top/bottom so they would sit flat. It also helped to have it frozen for the frosting process." Good to know!
  • Jenny Lee says "All in all it was much easier than I would’ve thought! My son was especially AMAZED at his mommy’s skills. For now I will hide my cupcake pan and let him think his mommy is truly amazing!"
  • Roxanne Blake made her giant cupcake for her daughter’s first birthday, and says "Everyone loved it!"
  • Katherine Loflin had never baked a cake in a mold before, but says it turned out "so cute!"
  • Kimberly Hoerner let her daughter call the shots: "My daughter asked for this cake for her birthday and she sat there and told me how she wanted it decked out."
  • Michele Myers is a pro: This is her second attempt at the big guy. The first time she used the recipe that came with the pan, but this time she went for a boxed cake mix.
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Dress Up Your Cupcakes

Tuesday, March 18th, 2008

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Because anything related to cupcakes is must-read news here at GoodyBlog, I had to post about these stunning cupcake wrappers. Could bite-size cakes get any prettier?

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Rockin’ Reader: Awesome Giant Cupcake

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

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Presenting Elaine Ashton’s work of art! Here’s what she had to say

I saw the cake on the GoodyBlog and had to have one even though I need another specialty baking pan like I need less sleep, but I thought it would be a fun cake to make for my daughter’s first birthday. It turned out really well and, although she didn’t seem all that enthused about a chocolate cake, my husband and I enjoyed it. :) It’s a fun pan that remarkably bakes both sides evenly in spite of the difference in shape and volume in the two halves. Lots of fun making it. Thanks so much for the idea!

To see more giant cupcakes by our rockin’ readers just click here! To read the post that started it all and find out how to get your own pan click here! Have you made one? Please send us a picture!

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