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Cupcakes

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Transcript of Cupcakes

Who Doesn't Love a Cupcake
Ali Bauer
How cupcakes were invented.
How Hungry are You?
Can you guess about how many cupcakes are consumed in the U.S. a year?
(a) 1,000,000
(b) 10,000,000
(c) 100,000,000
(d) 1,000,000,000
The largest cupcake in the world was a ton and had 600 pounds of frosting. It was made in D.C. It also made the Guinness book of world records in 2011. Now that is a lot of cake and delicious frosting! Now you will learn about how the cupcake was invented. of cupcakes, why they are so popular and how they have transformed over the years. I hope your not hungry because this will make you!
(gluten free of course)
Cupcakes are very popular and I know why. Lots of people like cakes at birthday parties but as you just heard they are a lot to handle. So what some people do is take a lot of cupcakes and make them into one big cake, with frosting. Instead of having one particular flavor you can have a variety and everybody will be happy. cupcakes are perfect for any occasion, from a two year old birthday party to the fanciest of weddings. Cupcakes are so popular they have a whole show dedicated to them.




Vocabulary
Per: 1-2
3/25/15
Did you ever wonder how the cupcake got their name, because I have wondered once and a while. The first theory is that cupcakes were made in cup. Meaning that they would put all of the ingredients in a cup and put it into the oven to bake. The second theory is that all of the ingredients were measured by the cup, (a measuring cup). For example, One cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three cups of flour, four eggs, one cup of milk, and one spoonful of soda. (
baking soda
of course). This was the first cupcake recipe ever! Lots of people like cupcakes better than regular cakes because their easier to work around. Lots of people would get big cakes and never finish them they would either have to put them in the fridge\freezer or, they would have to throw the cake out because it was just too much. Cupcakes are much easier to work around.
Cupcakes are popular today
Ganache:
A whipped frosting or filling made with semisweet chocolate and cream, used for cakes, pastries, and candies


Cupcakes have transformed over the years
Fondant:
A thick, creamy sugar paste, of the basis of many candies.
A candy made of this paste
Cupcakes used to be a little snack and now they are big, bold, and out there. Before they were popular it was hard to find a bakery just for cupcakes. Now you can find them all over the U.S.A. Some of them even have cupcake
ATM's
.
The ingredients for cupcakes were first weighed and now the ingredients are measured. They have much more flavors than they used to. They have Red Velvet, Lemon Meringue and a lot more. They have different types of frosting from
ganache
to
fondant,
anything you desire. The possibilities are endless.
Automated-teller machine
ATM:
Baking powder:
A chemical compound that gives off carbon dioxide causing cakes to rise while baking
With that said I hope that you have learned about how the cupcake was invented,why they are so popular today and how they transformed over the years. and if you are still wondering about how many cupcakes are consumed in one year in the U.S.A. that would be 1,000,000,000 but that number grows every signal year.
Bibliography
http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/spring07/ayers/history.html



http://mylittlecupcakevt.blogspot.com/2012/02/history-of-cupcake.html




http://www.restlesschipotle.com/2010/08/50-best-cupcake-recipes-on-the-internet/

http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcakes.html



http://letseat.whro.org/on-your-plate/75


http://idealbite.com/the-rise-of-the-cupcake/
Now that was yummy
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