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Babycakes CC-2828VC-Cupcake Maker, Vanilla Cream, 8-Cupcakes
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- Bake 8 mini cupcakes, mini pies, quiches, brownies, cheesecakes and more
- Nonstick baking plates for ideal results and easy clean up
- Includes decorating set with 4 stainless steel icing tips, crust cutting and forming tools and recipes
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With the original Babycakes cupcake maker, you’ll enjoy the delights of the corner bakery in your own kitchen. Bake 8 mini cupcakes in 5 to 8 minutes. The nonstick coating and and easy-to-fill cooking reservoirs make baking cupcakes, pies, tartlets and appetizers fun and easy. The Babycakes cupcake maker comes complete with all the accessories you need to bake and decorate a variety of cupcakes and other tasty treats. Includes icing bag, coupler, 4 stainless steel decorating tips (#2 writing tip, #26 star tip, #61 petal tip and #66 leaf tip) and plastic crust cutting and forming tools. The manual includes recipes, hints and suggestions that will be sure to delight friends and family. The cupcake maker features 1400 watts of cooking power, power and ready lights, convenient cord wrap, latching handle and more. Bake with or without paper baking cups.
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I don't use cupcake papers as the size is a bit small. I made a large batch and got a system down, but it wasn't pretty or easy.
If you don't use cupcake liners you have to unplug and cool down , the baked cupcakes before you take them out. Which means to make 24 cupcakes you have to cool down the maker 3 times! So, the cupcakes that could have been baked in a matter of minutes takes an hour or more.
This can be avoided by using cupcake liners. Sort of. The problem here is two-fold. The cake size is off. Not quite "mini" and too small for a regular size. Secondly, if you use a liner you can get the cakes out without waiting for them to cool. BUT you have to be fairly nimble because you're handling very hot cupcakes.
For a 9 year old, the risk of getting burned by the oven is less than getting their fingers burned using this device.
As for ME, I find it would be much easier to just use the oven and normal cupcake pans.
The only benefit I can really see to this maker is avoiding heating up the kitchen in the summer.
The cake is an in-between size, not regular or mini size. However, the mini size cupcake liners will work. You can buy the true size liners online or at Kohls.
Babycakes is wonderful to use on hot summer days or when you just want a sweet treat. In Michigan here, we have "jiffy" baking mixes, the chocolate muffin is the perfect size and taste for babycakes, I get about 15 babycakes from one box of mix.