Also I want to make funfetti cupcakes but don't have cupcake liners, any work arounds ?!?! ClassyMrsAjubilantsquirrel or any other domesticated bish
Well you can just grease the tin like you would a cake pan. Or possibly grease and line with parchment. It'd be a lot more time consuming since you'd have to cut the circles for the bottom and strips for the sides, but you'd have the paper on them if putting the batter directly in the tin freaks you out.
I hated history class back then but now I'm completely fascinated with it. They should have let us watch more documentaries.
I absolutely would have gone to class more if we watched documentaries. History was always boring and the teacher I had was the worst.
My eyes would glaze over listening to teachers talk about dates, etc. I still don't really have a reference for when major events took place and what the world was like. When we watched The Knick, I was thinking "they had cars back then?". I'm really really bad at dates.
I can believe my eyes. kleigh and her room temperature marshamellows and goldenlove3 with her fluff suggestion (puke again).
LOL I have never tried it so I don't know. Isn't it pretty much marshmallow?
So on the topic of fluff, I was looking at a FB click bait article about the international aisle in grocery stores of other countries, and almost every single one of them had fluff in the USA section. WTF? I didn't know it was a popular item.
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