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post #16 of 19
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Thank you for this info.  I certainly have learned a lot from posting here and am so glad I did.

post #17 of 19

Honestly, you owe your client a full refund.  Baking on Tuesday for a Saturday baby shower and not freezing the cupcakes at all...will leave you with very dry, very old tasting cupcakes.

Cupcakes are quick and easy,  I always bake my cupcakes the night before.

No his mind is not for rent, to any god or government...

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post #18 of 19

This same thing happened to me...I gave the customer a full refund for 5 dozen cupcakes! Lesson learned the hard way; however the customer was satisfied with the solution and didn't post negative comments on my Social Media site.  I now do as others said...cupcakes are baked the day before they are picked up. 
 

post #19 of 19

Yep if you have a lot of pans you can really crank out some cupcakes.  My friend and I did 500 for a charity event.  It took us about 3 hours in her home oven.  I always use my freezer when I bake, and that goes for scratch or box cakes and cupcakes.  As long as they are wrapped well you shouldn't have a problem.

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