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Bake It in a Cupcake - 50 Treats with a Surprise Inside - cover

Bake It in a Cupcake - 50 Treats with a Surprise Inside

Megan Seling

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC

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Summary

“Mandatory for parents” this innovative cupcake cookbook will help with “having fun in the kitchen . . . and awakening the creative monster within us all.” (Andrew Zimmern, chef, author, and host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods) 
 
Bake It in a Cupcake takes the cupcake craze to the next level, operating on the logical assumption that the only thing better than a delicious cupcake is one with a sweet or savory treat—mini pie, fruit, chocolate kiss, breakfast cereal, baklava, cheese, even egg—hidden inside it. As the saying goes, it’s what's on the inside that counts. 
 
Based on Megan Seling's popular blog Bake it in a Cake (www.bakeitinacake.com), Bake It in a Cupcake includes 50 recipes—many accompanied by color photographs and step-by-step instructions so that even inexperienced bakers will find it easy to make these fun, eye-catching, and unique desserts. Recipes are organized into chapters by what's inside, whether that's another baked good, fruit, or your favorite candy. 
 
Bakers of all ages and experience levels will enjoy making—and eating—Seling's delectable filled creations like Banana Pudding Pie Cupcakes with Butterscotch Frosting, Miniature Cherry Pie Dark Chocolate Cupcakes with Vanilla Bean Frosting and Mission Fig-Spiced Cupcakes with Vanilla Frosting. 
 
“Brimming with fun and decadent recipes . . . an essential volume for the adventurous baker.” —Jessie Oleson, author of CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled Life 
 
“I've sampled several dozen of Megan's stuffed cupcakes—each a delicious work of art and a mind-boggling feat of engineering—and now it's your turn. Prepare to have your mind and your taste buds blown—along with any preconceived notions you may have had about what a cupcake can be.” —Dan Savage, author of Savage Love
Available since: 10/02/2012.
Print length: 176 pages.

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