Cupcakes “When you look at a cupcake, you’ve got to smile” ~ Anne Byrne
Origin of Cupcake The first mention of the cupcake was in 1796 in a book called ”AmericanCookery” written by Amelia Simms
In the beginning cupcakes were called “Number cakes” to easily remember the ingredients measured in the recipe. A typical recipe in 1796 would consist of the following ingredients One cup of butter Four eggs One cup of milk Two cups of sugar One spoonful of baking soda Three cups of flour
Cupcakes made their first appearance in America sometime in the 19th Century
Fun facts about Cupcakes
December 15th is National Cupcake day!
The number of cupcakes eaten last year had more mass than the entire Earth!
One cupcake without frosting averages about 130 calories
Two methods for making Cupcakes Easy Betty Crocker cake mix Some effort required Mix your own ingredients
Directions to bake Easy cupcakes
Line the pan with
mix your ingredients
Pour batter into liners
Bake in oven at 350°F for 10-12 minutes Cool on rack before icing cupcakes Decorate Icing
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