Cupcake. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 13:49:49 PM
Though cupcakes only recently developed an upsurge in popularity, causing a number of bakeries to specialize in just cupcakes, it was in 1919 when Hostess developed the precursor to the Hostess Chocolate Cupcake. The rich, creamy filling and chocolate icing was popular with consumers and a love affair was begun. Conveniently baked into a single serving, cupcakes provided a quick snack and permitted people to nibble on them whenever they wished. In addition, they were sinfully delicious to but their small size allowed them to feel good about not over eating.
The first (and probably most critical) factor is to ensure that your cupcakes are delicious, unique, and that you can produce consistently excellent results in terms of the look, texture and taste of your cupcakes. You will also want to practice making your cupcakes in a variety of delicious flavors so that customers will want to return for again and again. It may also be useful to create some cupcakes with specialized diets in mind, in order to entice more customers to purchase your products. Offering cupcakes that are gluten-free, organic, vegan, or naturally sweetened will appeal to many potential customers.
As you bite into the cupcake it does not crumble, but stay together firmly. It is not as tough as a fudge bar, but not as light as a piece of angel food cake. Its perfected consistency lies somewhere between the two, thick enough so that every bite can be savored meaningfully. Because it is moist each bit melts easily in the mouth and leaves a light stickiness on your fingers. It is rich, but not overpoweringly so. It is best with a tall glass of milk, maybe two, to accentuate the decadence of its flavor.
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