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Bella Cucina 13465 Cupcake Maker
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- Bake homemade cupcakes quick and easy
- Makes 7 mini cupcakes
- Power and ready indicator light for easy cooking
- Non-stick baking tray for easy clean up
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The mini cupcake maker is a breeze to operate. Plug it in. Both the yellow and green lights will light up. Wait until only the yellow light is lit, and you're ready to bake. You can put your cupcake mix right into the cupcake maker (be sure and spray it with some cooking spray to make it easier to get your cupcakes out), but I prefer to avoid any unnecessary clean up and pop some mini cupcake liners (I like Wilton Mini Baking Cups: White, 100/Pkg.). Put your batter in the cupcake liners and put the lid down. To get perfectly sized mini cupcakes, I like to use a Chefmate stainless steel coffee scoop to put the batter into the cupcake liners. You can pick one up at Target, it's around $3.00 at time of writing. It's a lot cheaper than most of the mini cookie scoops that some cupcake bloggers recommend. Once the cupcake maker lid is down, set a timer for 10 minutes. Around 10 minutes later, wearing an oven glove, lift the lid of the cupcake maker. Be careful when lifting the lid as a cloud of steam will come out. Check your cupcakes for "doneness" by sticking a toothpick in the middle.Read more ›
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First off, there is a smell when it the item is first plugged in, as one reviewer said, but in the paperwork accompanied by the product, this is normal and the smell should only last for the first few times.
The item is smaller than it appears in the ad and so in my video, I placed it next to a standard sized oven mitt to give it some scale.
An important tip: You MUST use an oven mitt or pot holder to open the lid once it's hot because there is the danger of being burned by hot steam (I know this from first hand experience). Also, the entire item becomes very hot on the top and sides, so avoid touching those as well when it's plugged in.
I would highly suggest using cupcake liners for ease of use, although this item is nonstick and I had no problems cleaning up spills.
Other than that, it's pretty much "plug and play." For me, it's more of a novelty item and just for my daughter's enjoyment since it only makes 7 mini's at a time and is quite time consuming. For me, it's easier just to make 24 at a time in a pan, but I won't rob my daughter of her sense of fulfillment with it.
Ovrall, I've found that I really love a lot of things about it:
First of all, it heats up waaay faster than my oven does, so for a quick dessert or even a snack, making muffins or cupcakes are now a feasible option for us. Its fast, and cleanup involves no more than a paper towel.
Second, the size of the cupcakes has helped us be healthy while still enjoying ourselves. Rather than eating an entire cupcake or muffin, you can just make some mini ones, and have one or two and not have to run 5 miles to burn the calories.
Third, something about the size of the cupcakes makes the cupcakes a little better; the surface area of the cupcake as a proportion of the volume is much higher on a mini cupcake than a regular sized one (yes, I'm a nerd). Basically, this means that you end up with a higher % of your cupcake or muffin being the outside "crust" (everyone prefers the top of the muffin, its a fact). Because of this, once your cupcakes/muffins look golden on the outside in this cupcake maker, its highly likely they're thoroughly cooked inside too.
Lastly, its just fun to use!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't say enough good things about this cupcake maker. I use it all the time when I bake in my classroom. We make muffins usually, but I've also made savory appetizers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terry
Better off using a oven. It takes A LOT OF time to cook, so we decided we better off using the oven to bake cheesebreads and cup cakes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tatiana
Very easy to use. Bake in no time. Non stick surface makes it very easy to clean. Love this product!Published 14 months ago by S Lee
This mini cupcake maker bakes the cupcakes fast. No dial to adjust the temp,
you need to check it again and again. Read more
These work so well I had to put it away. Love this cupcake maker. It's fast super easy to clean. I rate this item a 10 plus...Published 18 months ago by Queen Bee
My sisters love them. They can make Vietnamese (sticky rice and coconut milk) really easy now. My big extended families love the treat. Easy to use. Easy to clean.Published 19 months ago by nighthawk
once you get the hang of it it is very easy to use,...we can make dozens of mini cupcakes in les than an hour!!Published 22 months ago by David
I wish I had not bought this. I had this for some time, used it once, that was enough for me.The paper cups kept glinging to the
cupcakes, by the time I managed to loosen them... Read more