Monday, June 20, 2011

Cup-fake

There are sometimes when you just have to fake it...

When I am short on time..
this recipe is my go to recipe!

Step 1: Drive to nearest grocery story and look for Betty

Step 2: Drive home

Step 3: Follow the direction on box mix

Step 4: Arrange on a pretty cake plate


Step 5: Smile and say a little thank-you to Betty Crocker!

8 comments:

Maria M. Boyer said...

I have to be honest, Wendy. Ever since I got my KitchenAid mixer, I rarely make cakes from scratch. The few times I have, they just aren't as good as the box kind. The KA whips up the batter -- light, fluffy, tasty ... and in the gas oven it bakes slowly and stays moist. PERFECTION. Oops, now you know. :)

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Sounds perfect to me and so much easier!

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

I'm all about having Betty help me out in the kitchen! Your baked good look so yummy, now I'm hungry!! :)

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Mmmm...YUMMIE!

Got milk?

"she says as she licks her lips"
Pat

Yvonne@StyleBurb said...

This is my kind of baking! I have a brand of oatmeal cookie mix I swear by, and just to make me feel like I'm actually baking I use my KitchenAid to mix the dry and wet ingredients.

I like the paper you used to line the muffin cups.

Bringing Pretty Back said...

You are my hero!!!
Thank you Betty! heehe!
Have a PRETTY day!
Kristin

Jilly said...

Your blog is very best for excellent recipes. Now it 's time for me to make some cup cakes with your step by step details.
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Made In The South said...

Don't we just love "Betty"?

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