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RECIPE # 4525 - CUPCAKE IN A JAR, Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 12:36 PM EST
NICOLE HUFF / CUPCAKES UNUSUAL
One mason jar (standard size)
3 regular size cupcakes
One container of icing, any store brand (or 1 cup of Homemade butter cream, use water instead of milk)
Nuts or sprinkles of your choice
Reese's Peanut butter cups
Slice first cupcake and place top half in bottom of the jar, upside down.
Ice the cupcake using a icing bag. Make sure to go all the way to the edges of the cupcake.
Add one Reese's candy and ice around edges.
Add second half of cupcake.
Ice with icing bag and continue layering until jar is full. Should hold three cupcakes.
Before placing lid on jar push all ingredients down with fingertips, making sure there are no air pockets between layers.
Top with icing and place mason lid on jar.
Mail overnight or two-day shipping.
If you use any perishable ingredients, such as pudding or cream cheese, mail with ice packs overnight to prevent spoiling.
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