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Cupcake Pops on a Stick!

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Cupcakes on a stick are a great little treat for young and old. They are the perfect two-bite indulgence when you feel the need for a delicious little cupcake

Ingredients

  • Duncan Hines moist deluxe confetti cupcake mix
  • 1 1/4 cups water
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 tbsp. veg. oil
  • 1 can Duncan Hines vanilla frosting

Baking Instructions

  1. Make cake per instructions on Duncan Hines cake mix box.
  2. Crumble cake after cooling and mix in one can of Duncan Hines frosting.
  3. Roll mixture into small two-inch cupcake balls and insert cookie stick into cupcake ball. (Use melted chocolate to make stick adhere)
  4. Cover cupcake ball completely with your choice of additional melted chocolate.
  5. Add bright and colorful sprinkles and you have a delish treat!
  6. Wrap in clear plastic bag with stylish ribbon for extra cuteness!

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Tips

Soften cookies that were left out too long

Soften cookies that were left out too long

Baking in dry climates presents challenges, especially when you leave your freshly baked cookies out on the cooling rack for more than a day. How disappointing is it to come home from work and have two dozen hard cookies? If this happens, put all the cookies in a zip lock bag with a piece of bread. Seal it up and wait a couple hours. Cookies will be back to normal overnight!


Gluten

Gluten

Extra gluten is usually added to whole wheat or mixed wheat breads to help with rise and texture. Be sure to get vital gluten and not gluten flour...they are not the same thing!





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