Hosting a cupcake exchange party is a fun and interesting way to sample many types of cupcakes without all the work and clean up. This is an opportunity to learn new recipes, to sample a recipe before you try it on your own, and to gather with an intimate group of friends to chat and discuss all your favorite baking techniques. Another great thing about a cupcake exchange party is that you usually get to take a sampling home with you.
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Corn on the Cobb cupcakes are a whimsical treat for your next barbeque or any party or buffet you are planning. The yellow cake and frosting give a hint of the “cobb” but the corn kernels take the cake in their sweetness; literally and figuratively. The corn kernels are candies such as yellow, white, and cream colored small jelly beans arranged in perfect little rows and complemented with a Starburst “pat of butter”.
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The party has arrived when you make these Funfetti Cupcakes, even if it is a party for one, which this recipe is. Why go to all the trouble to make just one cupcake? If you like baking, and you like cupcakes, it is no trouble at all. This recipe allows for many variations in flour, liquids, and sweeteners, as well as the option to microwave your cake. Whether you’re having a party for one, or you just want a sweet treat with your quiet evening in, this cupcake for one recipe is sure to be a celebration.
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