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Joined Date: Dec 01, 2005
Birthday: Apr 20
"These cupcakes are amazing! The cake is dense and moist, the raspberry vodka filling is sweet without being overly sweet. And the frosting is to die for! I didn't measure out the sugar for the frosting, just kept adding to taste. This chocolate frosting recipie will be my go to for chocolate. It is a keeper. Oh I did have to double the rasp"
"These are really good! I did add a lot more lemon juice and cream cheese to the frosting. I also cut back on the powdered sugar. Not sure how much I used as I just added until I was happy with how sweet it was. ""
"I love this recipe! The cupcake itself is awesome! Very moist and full of flavor. However, I always have a problem with frosting, and this frosting is no different. Way too much powdered sugar. I even cut it down to four cups and all I could taste was the powdered sugar. I am going to add in another 1/2 cup of the wine reduction and see if t""
"I just made these cupcakes and for the amount of work I put into them, I wasn't impressed at all. The cake is okay, but the frosting is way to sweet. I could have easily cut two cups of the powdered sugar from the frosting. The cupcake itself was sort of bland, couldn't taste any plantain in it at all. ""
"The cupcake alone was bland. I even added in 1/4th extra cup of strawberry puree. I couldn't even taste the simple syrup after the cupcakes were put together. I did top it off with a fresh strawberry and it gave the cupcake as a whole a good burst of flavor. The best part of this cupcake is definitely the frosting. I'm sharing these cupcakes "
"These cupcakes are definitely delicious! The three parts work together to create the end flavor, none of them would be good enough without the other. That being said it took my daughter and I a long time to make these lol! About 3 hours start to finish! And we had a lot of the curd left over. I would suggest cutting the curd down to 1/4 or 1"