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Baby's 1st Birthday Cupcake

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I have been asked to make a birthday cupcake cake for my friend's baby. She just wants it for
her "smash" cake and I think the cupcake cake cast is TOO big! Does anyone have any ideas of how I can create one that is a little bigger than the average cupcake but not as big as the cupcake mold that Wilton has??? Are there any tutorials out there to do this???
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Texas size cupcake liners or wilton tulip liners are bigger or jumbo liners .
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Originally Posted by Cakery2012

Texas size cupcake liners or wilton tulip liners are bigger or jumbo liners .



Right. And they'll fit in your regular pans. They'll just flare out a little more at the top.
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I bake 2 in a jumbo muffin tin, or small pyrex bowls. I put one in the bottom of a ice cream waffle bowl, a little icing for glue, and then the other upside down on top. The bowl will get a little soft from the moisture of the cake and icing so it won't be so sharp on the little hands, Its easy to move around too.
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post #5 of 7
You can bake a cake in a small glass pyrex bowl.
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You can also bake in a Pyrex measuring cup.
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[/b]Thanks for all the great tips everybody!!! Starting to feel a little better about making this!
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