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November 8, 2010


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they look yummy! it was nice meeting you on friday... i'll be back for a cupcake and some more bubble tea soon!

Hey, here's a secret to successfully dipping hot fudge sundae cupcakes (that's what I call em). I used to make them all the time when I worked in a bakery.
Pipe your icing out in a big swirl like you did, then freeze them till they are VERY firm. Dip them and then let them set, it should help you out big time.

Also-I'd use melted ganache-not chocolate candy coating. :) good luck!

I like your version so much better than the Hi-Hat... Much prettier and delicious looking!

These look so delicious! I'm going to have to try making them.

They're so pretty! Almost too pretty to eat...almost. :)

These excite me more than I would have ever thought possible! You have combined two of my favourite things - cupcakes and sundaes. Yum yum yum. x

Also, instead of standing over the double boiler and whipping the eggs, you can just let them sit with some occasional stirring and then whip them when they finally do come to temp. :)

I love reading your post! You are so funny! :) As for the cupcakes, your mishaps are waaayyyy better than my best! :)

i have tried to make that frosting i think 3 or 4 times and it.ends.up being the most.disgusting.stuff ever. to look and and eat. how do you get it so divine looking? and fluffy?! i seriously did all the stuff you mentioned above (*i think!)

lovely, lovely!

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