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Mini Cupcakes

Leslie Fiet

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

From the owner of Mini’s Cupcakes in Salt Lake City, a guide to making, baking, and decorating some tiny yet tasty cupcakes. Mini Cupcakes specifies the finest ingredients, including Madagascar vanilla, dark Belgium chocolate, and organic fruits to create amazing mini cupcake creations. Combine great cake recipes, such as Key Largo Lime or Chocoholic, with filling recipes, such as banana cream or salted caramel. Add frosting and toppings such as white chocolate ganache or margarita cream cheese and you have endless combinations of rich and decadent goodness. With tips for making, baking, and decorating, this cookbook offers perfect combinations, from the Breakfast at Tiffany's cupcake to Pretty in Pink, from the Diva cupcake to the Mocha Latte. Part delicious cupcake, part tiny pieces of art, mini cupcakes are the perfect treat to satisfy your cravings or entertain in style.
Available since: 03/01/2011.
Print length: 96 pages.

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