French Toast Cupcakes

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i95
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French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 8:17 AM
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(Yes, it's adorned with bacon. I'm assuming

that there's a recipe here somewhere. )

 

 


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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 9:43 AM
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I would definately try that!

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 11:45 AM
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The name is intriguing, bu Ick to all that frosting.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 2:45 PM
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Mar- I actually hate frosting of MOST kinds. I guess I would adapt it, scraping off the frosting enough to allow the maple flavor along with the rest.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 7:35 PM
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Looks delicious but I agree less frosting.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/3/11 10:17 PM
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didn't read the recipe, but I assume its cupcake batter with cinnomin(sp)& nutmeg, maple syrup frosting & bacon garnish.
  I want that for breakfast tomorrow.  with plenty of coffee!

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Sat, 06/4/11 11:18 AM
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That would be just fine with a tall ice cold glass of milk, better have two of them to make sure they are any good.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Sat, 06/4/11 8:18 PM
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I don't get this whole cupcake craze/fad and the "Cupcake Shows" on TV. Who started all this nonsense? What's wrong with just a regular Cake???

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Sat, 06/4/11 9:46 PM
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I just had the most fabulous appetizer at my friends 52nd b-day party. It was basically a bacon wrapped club cracker, baked, til the bacon was crispy-and served with a maple flavored cream cheese. Absolutely fantastic!!

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Sat, 06/4/11 10:41 PM
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A girl at work did me a favor. I offered to get her something. She wanted a cupcake. So I went to Sprinkles" http://www.sprinkles.com/cupcake-bakery-locations/phoenix-scottsdale/ on a Tuesday afternoon around 3 PM. The place was packed! I stood in line to pay $3.50 for a cupcake! $3.50 for a Cupcake???????????? I must be crazy!
You can get a dozen for only $39!!!!!!!!! $39??????????? for a dozen cupcakes????? You can get a very good steak at a good steakhouse for less than that!!
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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Thu, 06/23/11 3:51 PM
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Foodbme


I don't get this whole cupcake craze/fad and the "Cupcake Shows" on TV. Who started all this nonsense? What's wrong with just a regular Cake???

Portion control, maybe?

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Fri, 06/24/11 3:21 PM
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Foodbme


A girl at work did me a favor. I offered to get her something. She wanted a cupcake. So I went to Sprinkles" http://www.sprinkles.com/cupcake-bakery-locations/phoenix-scottsdale/ on a Tuesday afternoon around 3 PM. The place was packed! I stood in line to pay $3.50 for a cupcake! $3.50 for a Cupcake???????????? I must be crazy!
You can get a dozen for only $39!!!!!!!!! $39??????????? for a dozen cupcakes????? You can get a very good steak at a good steakhouse for less than that!!

 
There is a new place in Indy, can't recall the name right now. Their thing is Cake lollipops. Not much bigger the and old time Tootsi Roll. 2 bucks!  1 bite, 2 small bites. And they are 2 friggen dollars.


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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Mon, 06/27/11 2:38 AM
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Good Recipe!!! Would definitely try this.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Thu, 06/30/11 11:50 AM
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fishtaco

There is a new place in Indy, can't recall the name right now. Their thing is Cake lollipops. Not much bigger the and old time Tootsi Roll. 2 bucks!  1 bite, 2 small bites. And they are 2 friggen dollars.

The place is called Sticky Sweet.

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Thu, 06/30/11 6:26 PM
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We have a cupcake store here and their cupcakes are $4 ea. ! I had a coupon to get 4 for $9.99 and took the grandgirls. I wasn't impressed. The cake part tasted stale and the icing was 3 inches thick. But to top it all off the place was packed! Think I'll start making cupcakes and charge $2 ea. and will still make a profit (most likelly).

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Re:French Toast Cupcakes - Tue, 07/26/11 4:16 AM
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That sounds really good! I googled it, I've never tried it myself, so I think I will try this recipe as well!

*1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
* 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
* 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
* 1/4 tsp salt
* 1 cup sugar
* 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted and then cooled
* 2 eggs
* 1 tsp maple extract
* 1/2 cup milk

Then you:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line baking pan with paper liners.
2. Mix together flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt in a small bowl.
3. In a large bowl, whisk together butter, sugar and eggs until smooth. Make sure the butter is cool or you’ll have scrambled eggs.
4. Whisk in maple extract and then alternate between whisking in flour mixture and milk. Make three additions of flour mix and two of milk. Beat until smooth.
5. Scoop batter into prepared pan and bake 20-25 minutes until golden brown and tops spring back when lightly touched.
6. Cool the cupcakes on a rack for 10 minutes, then remove from pan and cool completely.
 
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