My Mom Didn't Like You Anyway, Cupcake. My mom didnt like you anyway, cupcake. The recipe is excerpted from The Happy Baker Cookbook by Erin Bolger. To learn more about the author and the book that The New York Times mentioned as one of the "Best Cookbooks" please.
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Ingredients of My Mom Didn't Like You Anyway, Cupcake
- It’s of sugar.
- It’s of cocoa powder.
- It’s of all purpose flour.
- Prepare of baking powder.
- It’s of baking soda.
- You need of salt.
- You need of eggs.
- It’s of vegetable oil.
- It’s of vanilla extract.
- You need of buttermilk.
- It’s of boiling water.
Also known as: "My mom didn't like you anyway, cupcake" Well she didn't. get over it. This is one of my favourite recipes. Chocolate and cupcakes are a staple in my household and a great go-to recipe for that guy Mom just isn't begging that you bring home for her to meet. I used "MY MOM DIDN'T LIKE YOU ANYWAY" cupcake recipe and icing from my cookbook for this creation for this creation.
My Mom Didn't Like You Anyway, Cupcake step by step
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- In a large bowl, sift all dry ingredients together; add eggs, vegetable oil, vanilla and buttermilk..
- Beat with a mixer (or by hand) for a couple of minutes until smooth and silky..
- Stir in boiling water until blended..
- Fill 18-20 (I actually got 27 cupcakes) cupcake liners with batter and bake for 22-25 minutes..
You can also use vanilla cake mix (follow the directions on the box) and a tub of vanilla icing! She left a note at the end of the recipe also, which I'll include. Any mom knows that wearing white is a dangerous game, since chances are it won't stay that way for long (if the ketchup doesn't get you, you'll end up sitting on melted Play-Doh on the couch). Over the years, I've made compromises in that I try to avoid white pants whenever possible. I see my mom go for the door so I don't bother moving."Oh it looks like my Been so long cupcake anyway SHIPPER OUT.