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    18 Reviews |  By Marie

    Make up this batter and keep it in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks to bake as you need muffins. These are excellent and so easy.

    Recipe #66209

    So many ways to make a cupcake

    Recipe #243531

    Not your typical "sugar" frosting. One of my favorites, rich and flavorful.

    Recipe #100230

    Great for birthday parties, picnics or anything you like. Fun for kids to decorate. I got this from "Hey There, CupCake" by Clare Crespo.

    Recipe #218147

    I found this on bakespace.com I'm not sure where I can find coffee extract or vanilla paste. I don't recall ever seeing them at my local market. Hmm...

    Recipe #258942

    You won't believe that these are low fat! The cupcakes are extremely moist and do not need frosting. Don't let the pumpkin scare you, these are delicious! 1 1/2 points per cupcake.

    Recipe #93116

    1 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    These tasty little brownies are moist and delicious with less fat than normal. If you're not a fan of candy corn, get festive with orange and black sprinkles. 3 POINTS per serving.

    Recipe #193215

    Kid's Love these. Try frosting the Cupcake Cones with Kittencal's Really Easy and Good Chocolate Buttercream Frosting Recipe #89207

    Recipe #168045

    These brownies were pretty good for anyone watching their weight. A woman brought this recipe in for us girls going to WW. Sure glad they are only one point each!

    Recipe #97952

    I love Baklava and this is a delightful treat that brings the same flavors through. from How To Be a Domestic Goddess by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #22080

    Another one of my sister's recipes. Amazing!

    Recipe #256250

    I got this recipe on teamsugar.com

    Recipe #254982

    If you are looking for a dark chocolate cupcake then these are not for you, they rise simply beautiful and come out just perfect, they' re so easy to make everything is mixed in one bowl with a wooden spoon! --- top these with my recipe#89207

    Recipe #116989

    This was the final kitchen activity of the year for the Wednesday night Kid's Club.

    Recipe #221612

    My daughter found this recipe in a magazine and thought it would be good to make for her daughter's nursery school snacks. So, I helped her make them and they are very colorful for Easter. You can either use the Fruity Pebbles or the Cocoa Pebbles. She used a teflon coated cupcake pan and did not grease it and they came out fine, but if you use a regular cupcake pan, I would lightly grease it like the recipe says. These are very easy to make and the kids will love them.

    Recipe #220926

    A wonderful winter fun treat from Family Fun Magazine. I made these treats with my elementary school kids cooking class.

    Recipe #209263

    I found these in a weekend magazine a few years back. They are made in candy liners and look like miniature cupcakes as the name indicates.

    Recipe #186050

    Kids love these cupcake cones! Just watch their faces light up when you bring these out. Great for any kid's party.

    Recipe #76081

    My Mum taught me how to do these when I was about ten years old - I remember helping her pick the roses! I try to have a good store of crystallised rose petals, as they are such an imginative, beautiful and edible decoration for cakes and desserts etc. Make sure your rose petals are free from pesticides and are not traffic polluted either. The more the fragrant the rose, the more fragrant the taste when you eat them! I have given these as gifts before, in an attractive tin and with an attached recipe hanging from the ribbon - unusual and yet edible! They are wonderful as decorations for my Recipe #183505.

    Recipe #248004

    I made these sweet cupcakes for my daughter's first birthday (there was a jungle theme)!! They were a hit!! Use your favorite cupcake mix/recipe to make these! The decorations are listed below - just adjust the quantity of decorations to cover the amount of cupcakes you are making.

    Recipe #164659

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