I’m on Paula Deen

I’m on Paula Deen

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To anyone coming over from Paula Deen: Welcome to Cupcake Project! You might want to read the about page to get a sense of what I do over here, or if you just want the recipes, use the drop down on the right side of this blog to pick your favorite flavor.

To my regular readers: Hurry up and go check out my caramel apple cupcakes on Paula Deen!! I’m so excited!

To my readers in St. Louis: I’ll be teaching these cupcakes next week at Kitchen Conservatory. Hope you can make it!

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10 comments on “I’m on Paula Deen”

  1. Ivy says:

    This is so exciting! They look great as always! I am super happy for you.

  2. Ginny says:

    Congrats! How wonderful – the post is lovely…

    I do have a question, though. When you say “hard cider” – do you mean cider with alcohol? Would it be a problem to sub regular cider?

    Thanks so much, and congrats again!

  3. Eliana says:

    Congratulations!!!! This is great news.

  4. Lori says:

    Congrats on the Paula Deen recipe. I’ll have to tell my mother in law, who absolutely LOVES everything Paula Deen. Looking forward to seeing what other fall/winter recipes you post there…

  5. Everydaymoms says:

    How awesome is that!!! Congrats to you, I bet your jumping up and down right now, I know I would be.

  6. Ali Cakes says:

    I have been wanting to try a new apple cupcake. This looks yummy and satisfies the kid in all of us.

  7. Congrats! That is so awesome! I know your recipe must be good if she’s featuring it!

  8. Stef says:

    Thanks so much everyone!!

    Ginny – I think non alcoholic cider would work just fine. I haven’t tried it, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t.

  9. thereddeer says:

    Congratulations – that is really exciting!

  10. Samantha says:

    I made these yesterday and 1. the frosting was delicious – the texture of whipped cream, and with such a strong vanilla intensity. I’ve never been a fan of “white” frostings, but this just changed my whole outlook on them; and 2. both my roommate and my boyfriend (who tried them independently of each other) said they were the best cupcake they’d ever had. And I bake a LOT. So double thumbs up on the recipe :) PS Instead of making the caramel balls, I drizzled caramel sauce over the frosted cupcakes. Turned out really well!! It was a good time saver :)

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