The American dream: making your own birthday cupcakes.
That sounds pretty simple.
It’s pretty much the same as any other recipe, except you’ll have to take care of your ingredients.
The difference is, this recipe can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for up to a week.
That’s because there’s a good chance you’ll need to use up all of your leftover cupcakes when they’re done.
And, since you’re planning on sharing a birthday party with your friends, it’s best to store the leftover cupcake mixture in the refrigerator for up.
The recipe below makes about 10 cupcakes, but it’s easy to double it or triple it if you want to make more.
The only difference is that you’ll want to store them in a separate bowl.
For those who don’t want to mess with refrigeration, you can use a regular baking sheet.
To do so, take your dough, flour, baking soda, and baking powder, and divide them into equal portions.
Wrap each portion in plastic wrap, and put it in the freezer.
Once it’s frozen, transfer the bowl to the refrigerator.
Once the baking is done, you’ll find that the mixture has hardened and is ready to use.
When the recipe is ready, it’ll be easy to mix the batter and frost it.
For best results, store the mixture in a container for up for up time.
The final step is to let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes.
If you’re making the batch ahead of the party, then you can simply thaw the mixture on a baking sheet before you refrigerate it.