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Old 17-10-2003, 02:02 PM
Diane W. Saunders
 
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Default Baking mini-cupcakes

Again, I am throwing myself on the altar of knowledge that is out
there -- when baking mini-cupcakes can any cake recipe be used, i.e,
any butter cake recipe and is it better to use paper inserts or can
they be presented (at a party) without them????? My thanks for your
patience at my lack of experience.

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Old 17-10-2003, 04:13 PM
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"Diane W. Saunders" wrote in message
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Again, I am throwing myself on the altar of knowledge that is out
there -- when baking mini-cupcakes can any cake recipe be used, i.e,
any butter cake recipe and is it better to use paper inserts or can
they be presented (at a party) without them????? My thanks for your
patience at my lack of experience.


You can use any batter. I like to use paper liners because you don't have to
worry about the sticking to the pan. How you serve them is up to you.
Again, I think the are better served in the paper liners.


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Old 17-10-2003, 10:47 PM
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Default Baking mini-cupcakes

Far as I can tell, someone wrote:
Again, I am throwing myself on the altar of knowledge that is out
there -- when baking mini-cupcakes can any cake recipe be used, i.e,
any butter cake recipe and is it better to use paper inserts or can
they be presented (at a party) without them????? My thanks for your
patience at my lack of experience.


I always use paper liners. They come out of the pan easier, altho
that's not always the case, BUT, there are fewer crumbs dropping to the
floor, the pan is easier to clean, and the muffin itself can be handled
by others whose hands may not be perfectly clean.

But... your milage may vary. try it both ways and see.


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