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  1. Jessica GONZALEZ says

    I need strawberry chocolate and vanilla how would i do this same thing but with those flavors any help would be greatly appreciated

  2. Hi Jessica. Sure no problem, follow the same steps except for the chocolate cupcakes add 1/4 cup sifted cocoa powder and 1-2 Tablespoons milk. For the strawberry cupcakes I’d add small cut up pieces of strawberries to the batter and then add a strawberry icing on top. Or just leave the cupcake plain vanilla with strawberry icing. You can either add crushed strawberries to your buttercream (I find defrosted frozen strawberries work best for icing) or you can use my strawberry meringue icing
    Hope this is helpful, if you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Happy baking.

  3. Angela says

    Hi, how many cupcakes will this makes – says 5 dozen above . 60 cakes ?? is that correct thanks

  4. I made these and they were perfect!

    I need to make 5 dozen full size cupcakes for an event. Would it be as simple as doubling the recipe? Thank you!

  5. Hi Tiffany, yes you can defiantly double this recipe and just up the size to full cupcakes. Your baking time will be longer though, around 18-22 minutes so keep that in mind. Hope that helps 🙂

  6. Christy says

    Hi! I am loving this idea so much! I was wondering about having German Chocolate cupcakes and Banana Split cupcakes. Thanks!

  7. Hi Christy, yes it’s a fun way to create lots of options, glad you like them. You can definitely change up the flavours and topping as you please. This is a basic vanilla cupcake recipe for your starting point, so you’ll want to stick with flavours that match and work within that. Enjoy!

  8. Jess says


    If I used the recipe as it is, would it easily make enough for 24 normal size cupcakes?

    Thank you!

  9. Hi Jess, yes you should get 24 regular cupcakes from the recipe. Let me know how they turn out 🙂 happy baking!


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