cupcake. Friday , October 27th , 2017 - 16:00:05 PM
What exactly are cupcake makers? Just like coffee makers and food processors, cupcake makers should be a staple appliance in your kitchen especially if you love whipping up cupcakes every now and then. These are small to medium-sized appliances that you can just plug in to make cupcakes. You can make up to 6 or 7 cupcakes in just one cooking. Most cupcake makers have up to 7 holes where you can put the cake batter. They also have a top closing lid. Once you plug in the device, the batter cooks into cupcakes, which you only need to decorate afterwards.
A Little Cupcake History: What’s in a name? Well, for cupcakes, a lot! Cupcakes date back to the 19th Century where they were commonly known as "number cakes." These bite-sized cakes were accounted for according to the number of cups required for the necessary ingredients. Another theory for the origin of the cupcake name is the vessel in which the cakes were baked. Ramekins, tin or small clay cups were said to have contained the essential ingredients for cupcakes upon their initiation. Oddly enough, bakers today still choose to bake these fun treats in the same containers. Further down the line, cupcakes were referred to as "1234 cakes" or "quarter cakes" due to the four ingredients that were required for the recipe. Butter, sugar, flour, and eggs were the essential ingredients for these plain yellow cakes; a lighter and less expensive counterpart to the pound cake. By the 21st century, cupcakes have grown synonymous with birthday celebrations, particularly that of children. The small and personal size of these sweet cakes makes them perfect for children, possessing a dessert that fits perfectly into the palm of one’s hand. However, it wasn’t long before the adult scene caught onto this viral demand for a personalized cake. After a hit HBO series popularized a Manhattan "cupcakery," niche-driven cupcake joints popped up all across the globe. These treats went from simple and youth-oriented to gourmet and age-unspecified in a hot minute.
Another popular cupcake shop on the West coast is Sprinkles, located in Beverly Hills. Celebrities can be seen basking in cupcake glory just like the rest of us. Oprah, a very famous cupcake lover, has even given away free cupcakes as a treat to her audience. At some weddings, couples and their guests are enjoying a wedding cupcake tree instead of a traditional wedding cake. A cupcake tree features many decorative cupcakes - like a flower cupcake - sitting prettily on a cupcake stand or each delicate cake is placed into an individual cupcake box. If you don’t happen to live close to a cupcake shop, you can always indulge in some delicious cupcake eating at home. Why not get some friends together and throw a cupcake party? Cupcake decorating is fun and each of you can use your imagination to create your own cupcake decorating idea. Of course, every good cupcake decorating party has to include cupcake sprinkles, but you can also use marshmallows, cookies, candy bits, maraschino cherries, decorative frosting bags and tips and, of course, lots of creamy frosting. You too can take cupcake decoration to new heights of sugary sweet temptation. Red Velvet Cupcake Recipe When you do get to visit a cupcake shop, you’ll often find that this incredibly rich cupcake with the cream cheese frosting is among the most popular. Cupcake 1 1/2 cup sugar - 1/2 cup shortening - 1 cup buttermilk - 1 teaspoon vanilla - 2 eggs - 1 teaspoon vinegar - 2 tablespoons baking soda - 2 oz. red food coloring - 2 tablespoons cocoa powder - 2 1/2 cups sifted cake flour - 1 teaspoon salt, Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees.In a medium sized bowl, cream together the sugar and shortening. In a glass measuring cup, add the vinegar to the baking soda and let it dissolve.....Add the following ingredients to the shortening mixture: buttermilk, vanilla, eggs, vinegar and baking soda mixture. In a small bowl, mix together the red food coloring with the cocoa powder; add this to the shortening batter. Slowly mix in the cake flour and salt. Mix in the cream cheese filling (if desired) to create a marble effect. Pour into muffin cups and bake for 45 minutes, or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cream Cheese Filling and Frosting - 1/3 cup sugar - 1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, softened - 1 egg - 1 teaspoon vanilla Directions In a small bowl, combine the sugar, cream cheese, egg and vanilla. Swirl 2/3 cup of the cream cheese filling into the red velvet cake batter. Reserve the rest for the topping (you can always use another flavor of frosting for the tops).
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