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Yes, I wasn't sure either but she clarified in the comment section...
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Posted to Thread #21379 at 9:49 pm on Jan 8, 2012
What I did was heat my oven up to 350, put my cupcakes in, then lowered it to 325. So as soon as I put my cupcakes in, the temperature started to lower. I don't know if it's right, but it worked for me!
Note she also said she filled the liners to 3/4 full vs. 2/3.
I'm excited to think I might not have flat cupcakes next time. It's always bugged me.
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Other messages in this thread:
- What a great tip! I'm always disappointed that they don't seem to rise quite enough [NT] - cheezz - 12:34am on 01/08/12
- And did you see the recipe at the bottom for Peanut Butter Brownie Buckeye Cupcakes?!!! [NT] [LINK] - cheezz - 12:35am on 01/08/12
- Please, clarify: the tip is the baking temperature, 325F? [NT] - SallyBR - 7:35pm on 01/08/12
- It looks to me like she preheats to 350 then turns down to 325 when she puts the cupcakes in [NT] - cheezz - 8:25pm on 01/08/12
- Yes, I wasn't sure either but she clarified in the comment section... - MariaDNoCA - 9:49pm on 01/08/12
- Thanks, I should have read the whole thing..... :-) [NT] - SallyBR - 9:53pm on 01/08/12
- The engineer in me would have preferred changing only one variable: the temperature. By - MarilynFL - 12:40pm on 01/09/12
- You gotta come to work in our lab.... - SallyBR - 1:40pm on 01/09/12