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You cannot have too much chocolate
This isn’t just a post about chocolate. It is about the concept of the perfect cupcake. In reality, the best cupcakes are quite simple and elegant. They need just as much effort and dedication as any other baked good. The way to do it is to start with just a batter that has very few ingredients that have little flavor. Then, to layer one or more of those ingredients in one thin layer of batter. The second layer is to add, or drop, more flavor of a flavor that is added in the third, or fourth, layers. Just as a cake batter should be sweet and light, a cupcake batter is light and sweet in its flavor, but contains some savoring elements at the same time. It is a recipe, not just a cake (although a cake can be a little too light with all its flour and sugar).
I use this recipe as the basis for several of my custom custom cupcakes that I make. A few are available for sale at the Kitchen Table bakery on my site.
I love to have my own recipes for cupcakes, but this has always been a bit hard for me to understand. I had a bit of a mental block because of my difficulty with the word “creamy.” It has been a while since I had the pleasure to learn to read and spell. So, it is a lesson in self-education.
When I began looking for recipes for my custom custom cupcakes I learned that most are made with a thick but thin batter. Thin batter is what we call a batter that is very thick and sweet, but not to the level that chocolate (or any other kind of fat) could get to. Thick batter is what we call a batter that is made with very few ingredients (which means it is almost like a pudding with a few tiny ingredients). It is not very thick or sweet, so the flavor is not as pronounced as the ones in thin, heavy, heavy, heavy batter flavors.
I have also learned that most of the recipes for thin cakes are very specific to the recipe. So, those that are listed for thin cakes use flour, sugar, and baking powder. Those that are listed for thick,
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