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Making cupcakes

Best way for me to pour batter into individual cupcake liners is to pour the batter from the bowl into a measuring cup. Then pour from the measuring cup into the cupcake liner. Less messy and more accurate.

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Dripping or pouring cake glazes

Dripping or pouring cake glazes

Save time and trouble by mixing your ganache or other glaze directly in a measuring cup with a pouring spout, 4-cup capacity. I ended up using a teaspoon for the effect I wanted whereas pouring would be effective for smoother coverage of certain cakes, especially ganache glazes or something I haven't needed yet. It was slick and easy to stir by hand and make adjustments.


Contents have Shrunk

Contents have Shrunk

I've used Duncan Hines for years; the change from 18.25 to 15.25 ozs isn't working, I've tried 3 x's on the Butter Golden mix, I will find another brand. 3 oz is 1/6 @18% of the mix that was decreased in volume of cake mix. Are we supposed to use an 8 x 11 now for it to fit. I would rather pay more and have the 18.25 oz like it was before changing the size, than pay the same, with less ounces. Please, don't do this to the consumer, we are very intelligent. Thank you for your help.



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