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The fun has just begun—now you can use your creativity and Duncan Hines® products to bake something delectable, original, and truly you!

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Making templates

Use bowl lids and canned goods as marking templates in your frosting when marking curves or trying to create unique lines. A piece of paper folded like a fan makes a great zig zag that you can bend. Now that is exciting, quick and easy!

Making templates

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Corn On The Cob Decorating Tip

Corn On The Cob Decorating Tip

This perfect BBQ side is easier than it looks. Top your frosted cupcakes with yellow and white jellybeans to create sweet corn on the cob cupcakes. DecoratingTip: Serve cupcakes in threes with corn holders for an even more authentic look.


Choosing Cookie Sheets

Choosing Cookie Sheets

For baking cookies, non-stick baking sheets with not too dark a finish are generally a good choice. If you use non-stick baking sheets, watch carefully or your cookies may brown quickly. Shiny aluminum sheets will tend to produce soft-bottomed crusts with more even browning. Dark carbon-steel sheets will absorb heat and create crisp crusts.



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