Cupcake. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 11:02:46 AM
Prior to the introduction of the cupcake to the kitchens of America, cakes were made by weighing the ingredients. Cupcakes were made by measuring the ingredients for the first time. It has been suggested that this is perhaps where the term "cup cake" originated, since everything was measured in cups. Other origins of the name have also been offered, such as the fact they are baked in a cup but at one time, cupcakes were also called "number cakes". This name originated from the recipe, whereby it required "...once cup butter, two cups sugar, three cups flour, four eggs..." At one time, recipes called for cupcakes to be "...baked into little tins."
Cupcakes are now common in grocery store, pre-made and pre-iced. The baking aisle is filled with a large variety of cupcake papers, beginning with paper thin and progressing to a firm, rounded edge made of cardboard. So popular is the cupcake small artisan bakeries, creating nothing but cupcakes, have begun to spring up across the country. Selling for an average of $30 to $35 a dozen, they are dear, but if you want cupcakes that are head-turning, sometimes paying someone to decorate them in a unique or unusual way is the best way to go. A more recent trend, gaining in popularity, is cupcake towers in lieu of a more traditional wedding cake.
1. Special window To you as the manufacturer of the product, it is just a design but this design has a huge impact to your brand and business. With the window design on your boxes, cupcake lovers can easily see how enticing your mouth watering cupcake looks and this might entice cupcake lovers to buy them. They don ’t have to tear off your packaging boxes to see what is inside you or open them either, the window or die-cut design will give them the opportunity to take a full glimpse of your mouth watering desert. However, the window design can be placed anywhere on your cupcake boxes. You can place them on the side or on top of your boxes so that potential buyers can get a complete view of your cupcake brand.
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