- 1 How do you make a marble pattern on a cake?
- 2 How do you make a cup cake moist?
- 3 Why are my cup cakes chewy?
- 4 How do you decorate a marble cake?
- 5 What is marble cake made of?
- 6 Can you buy marble cake mix?
- 7 How do you make cupcakes lighter and fluffy?
- 8 Should cupcakes be flat or domed?
- 9 Do you spray cupcake liners?
- 10 Can a cupcake be too moist?
- 11 Why did my cupcakes turn out like muffins?
How do you make a marble pattern on a cake?
- Place your colored cake batters near your baking pan.
- Take 1/3 of your second colored batter.
- With the second 1/3 of the batter, create a second checkerboard pattern on top of the first.
- Repeat the pattern for a third and final layer with all the remaining batter.
How do you make a cup cake moist?
You can substitute all white sugar in your recipe but I highly recommend you do it half-and-half: half white sugar and half brown sugar. Brown sugar can give your cupcakes extra moisture but is also sweeter than white sugar. Hence, if you substitute all of the sugar, you may end up with extra sweet cupcakes.
Why are my cup cakes chewy?
Make sure you’re mixing the cupcake batter together *just until* the wet and dry are combined. Overmixing batter, whether that’s for cakes, cupcakes, breads, muffins, etc, lends a tough-textured baked good. but if you overmix the batter, you run the risk of over-developing the gluten.
How do you decorate a marble cake?
The idea is to start with a cake or torte freshly coated in chocolate glaze, then immediately apply melted white or, if the glaze is dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and drag a fine artist’s brush or bamboo skewer through the glaze to make a beautiful marbled pattern before the glaze begins to set.
What is marble cake made of?
It’s essentially a marbled version of this award-winning Kentucky Butter Cake. Surprisingly, you don’t need two completely different batters to make marble cake. You simply take a third of the vanilla batter and mix it with melted chocolate and cocoa powder and voilà — that’s your chocolate batter!
Can you buy marble cake mix?
Fudge marble cake mix is full of delicious flavor. Available options: single and 2-pack.
How do you make cupcakes lighter and fluffy?
The gluten and fat molecules in the batter are what helps the cupcake set and maintain its fluffy, light structure – give those molecules awhile (at least 2/3 of the total baking time) to set and stiffen up before you introduce any cold air to the atmosphere by sticking your nose in to check on things.
Should cupcakes be flat or domed?
The air is the problem. You would have to put so little batter in to avoid the air reaching the middle to cook with no dome but then you ruin the cupcake with an uneven baking and an overdone bottom.
Do you spray cupcake liners?
Grease your wrappers Giving the wrappers a quick spritz of nonstick cooking spray before filling them works very well to prevent cakes from sticking — even if you’re making a delicate recipe or trying to unwrap the cupcakes when they’re still warm.
Can a cupcake be too moist?
This can be due to excess moisture when the cakes are cooling down. Excess moisture could be from a particularly moist recipe (e.g. cupcakes with fresh fruit in the sponge) or it could be that the cupcakes haven’t been baked at a high enough temperature or for long enough.
Why did my cupcakes turn out like muffins?
Why it happens: Everyone’s done it: put cupcakes in the oven only to take them out and they’ve transformed into overflowing muffin-type things that have taken over the pan. This almost always happens because each cup in the pan has been overfilled.