packaging cupcakes - using 9 oz. plastic cups wrapped in treat bags packaging cupcakes - using 9 oz. plastic cups wrapped in treat bags packaging cupcakes - using 9 oz. plastic cups wrapped in treat bags
Smart: Place cupcakes in a plastic cup and wrap with cello and ribbon. Perfect for gift giving or bake sale and cheaper than individual cupcake holders.
Classroom: birthday Plastic cups, store-bought baked goods, cellophane, wasabi tape and a few extra little treats are all you need to create 'anytime' gifts and party favors.
Ever wonder what happens when you stick an ice cream cone on top of cupcake batter and B-A-K-E it? the CUTEST cakes in cones! MUCH MUCH easier than filling cones with batter and baking! insted of and ice cream cone have a cake cone!
Smart way to individually package cupcakes********** hard to get them down in the bags without getting frosting on everything and smearing them.
Solo cup to package cupcakes - Genius!
Bake Sale Packaging Ideas - Cake Batter Rice Krispie Treats with Sprinkles.
(ANJ: Can use Avery Scallop Tags) bake sale packaging
Teacher Appreciation Idea: You Take the Cake & a whole bunch of other great ideas on this website.
Chocolate Cupcake Recipe with Red Velvet Frosting
Edible Gifts - Dark Chocolate Cupcake Recipe with Red Velvet Frosting (freeprintables)
Cupcake de jabon de fresa y nata
Para presentar caramelos, galletas o bombones Más
Cookie gifts from the kitchen - Easy way to package cookies to give as gifts or for a bake sale! Great for teacher gifts. If you use cellophane wrap or bags, use ones that are food safe if they will be in contact with food.
Selling Baked Goods at the Farmer's Market
Using cups to serve cupcakes at bake sales, etc and Ive never been able to get it to work because once you ge the cupcake in you cant get it out without a handful or icing and making it look gross. Check this out! Such a better idea!
How to package cupcakes-this is a clear plastic cup. Why didn't I think of this?How to package cupcakes-this is a clear plastic cup. Why didn't I think of this?