How to make a perfect cupcake fridge
Posted On June 16, 2021
Red wine is delicious, but what if you need a better cupcake option?
I’m here to help!
This recipe for a perfect, delicious, and quick cupcake is perfect for any holiday, or any occasion.
I know, it’s hard to find a cupcake recipe that’s super easy to make and tastes great, but I promise it’ll be a hit at every occasion.
It’s like a super easy recipe, just don’t overdo it.
It can also be served with ice cream, or as a dessert.
To make this cupcake, you will need to first combine all of the ingredients for the cupcake dough: dough, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar.
You can use any type of flour that you prefer, but if you are using whole wheat flour, use that.
You may want to use gluten-free flour if you want to avoid gluten.
I used whole wheat.
The dough is rolled out into a round shape, and it’s then placed into a baking dish.
Once the dough is fully coated in flour, it is rolled into a disc.
The discs are then placed in a preheated oven for about 15 minutes, until they’re golden brown and slightly crispy.
They’ll become soft as they cool.
After the dough has cooled slightly, you can remove it from the oven and cut it into 1 inch cubes.
You don’t have to keep the cupcakes at room temperature for the first day, but they will stay at room temp longer.
The next day, the dough should be rolled into 2 inch cubes and stored at room temperatures for at least a few hours.
I typically roll the cupcakes in the fridge overnight, and then refrigerate them for up to a week, but this recipe works best with the cups frozen at room pressure.
If you freeze the cup cakes, you’ll want to seal them with plastic wrap or other plastic wrap to keep them from breaking.
After the cupbakes have cooled, they can be kept at room-temperature for up for at the most recent weekend of the month.
To freeze, place them in the freezer, and the next morning, remove them from the freezer.
I freeze them at room, plus or minus one degree F, and I put them in an airtight container for up-to-3 days.
It makes the cups perfect for quick cupcakes, or for making a quick batch of cupcakes for a party.
Here are some of the things you will want to look for when making this recipe:1.
A small baking pan is necessary to freeze cupcakes in, so be sure to find one with a small rim.
The cups can be frozen up to three months at room temps.
The cupcake must be completely cooled before serving.
If your cupcakes need to be chilled before serving, make sure that the ice cream is not on the cup to prevent the ice from melting and spilling.5.
The frosting can be chilled prior to serving.
You’ll want the cup cake to be topped with a thin, fluffy, and delicious layer of whipped cream.7.
If making this for a small party, make the cupbons at least 3 hours in advance of the party.8.
If serving as a party treat, freeze the cups in the refrigerator and serve the frosting as soon as you’re ready to serve.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe!
I know that it’s not a traditional cupcake to begin with, but it’s still one of my favorite treats. Enjoy!