quiksilver wrote:Coppermine wrote:Don't forget muffins; pop the top, dump the stump!
Echoes my thoughts exactly. When I first read this I realized that a Cake-in-a-Cup has a decided advantage over a CupCake because with the CupCake you have the delicious northern region, a perfect blend of frosting and cake, then you have the southern hemisphere of the CupCake that frankly nobody likes as much as the top. In a Cake-in-a-Cup since it's a frosted cake crammed into a cup it's more like a melting pot of goodness, every bite has a mixture of both frosting and cake. Also, you don't have to worry about what to do with the stumps!
Aha, I thought what Cu meant was only to incorporate the top of the muffin in the cake in a cup and throw away the rest.
You're catching on, brother. The best part about cake in a cup? You can pour some espresso coffee or your favorite alcoholic beverage (Bacardi rum and Bailey's Irish Cream sounds awesome with three different kinds of chocolate cake!) into your cup and let those flavors marry with your cake!