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Samoa Inspired Cupcakes

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Chocolate, caramel, and toasted coconut cupcakes inspired by a girl scout favorite.

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  • Servings: 24
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Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 and line 2 muffin tins with 23 cupcake papers.
  2. 1. Prepare cake as instructed in box.
  3. 2. Add 3 TBS of cake mix to each cupcake paper.
  4. 3. Bake at 350 for 18 minutes. Let cool.
  5. 4. While cupcakes are cooling pour half a bag of shredded coconut into a cake pan or baking sheet with sides. Spread the coconut so out. Bake at 350 until golden, be careful not to over bake.
  6. 5. Mix Duncan Hines Caramel Flavor packet into cream cheese icing.
  7. 6. Pip icing onto cooled cupcakes.
  8. 7. Top cupcakes with shredded coconut.
  9. 8. Melt chocolate and drizzle over cupcakes.

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floss it

floss it

always keep unflavored waxed dental floss handy...it is the easiest and cleanest way to cut your cakes in layers


Butter Cakes

Butter Cakes

I find that any of the cake mixes can be enhanced and made richer by using 1 stick of butter subbed for the oil in most of the recipes. I cream the butter first and then add the eggs and mix till fairly smooth. Then I add the mix and water a little at a time till the consistency is smooth and light. I usually cut the water by as much as a 1/8 cup. Bake as usual. You'll find that the cake is more like a sponge cake with half the trouble and ingredients.





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