This week we were asked to bring 6 cupcakes. Umm, not enough to share with my office 🙂 I brought 12 normal and 12 mini. I also used a Gluten-Free Betty Crocker mix for the first time so that all of my colleagues can partake in this adventure.
This class started wrong right from the start. I was not paying attention and drove past the turn, making us late. This meant we had to sit separated from the class at the back. Then, the practice sheet we needed, I seemed to be missing, so I shared with Jill. I could not seem to get my flowers to come out right (there are no pictures) or my shells. My leaves were not bad, but I had learned them at Le Dolci. Also my icing seemed to not be the right consistency either. A very frustrating night overall for me.
Again, we did not get around to actually decorating until 20 minutes left in the class. The teacher seems to be overwhelmed by the number of students in the class and we skip over items in the lesson book. Like how to make the toppings for the cupcakes. Maybe next week, we are told…
Here are my finished cupcakes. We used the filling tip, so mine have Nutella in them. We were practicing the swirl as a base for decorations, but did not really get to the learning what to put on top. I did leaves (we practiced these during class) and then used the rest of the blue icing to do randomness.
As an aside, I found the gluten-free mix to work well, not very different in consistency and they baked up nicely. The taste is a little grainy, but good!