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Mini Cupcake Maker

As some of you many know, cupcakes seem to be all the rage nowadays. I am not sure what has caused it, but everyone seems to be making cupcakes no matter what the occasion is. Whether it be for your child's school parties or your very own wedding cake. Everyone wants cupcakes! Even Mass!

The gift giving season of Christmas may be over, but with a new year just around the corner, it means a whole other year of birthdays. Maybe the Mini Cupcake Maker could be the perfect gift for the birthday girl, boy, mom, dad or entertainer! You can pick one up here for only $19.99 + S&H, how can you really go wrong?

If any of you are like me, the last thing you would want in your house is an appliance that takes up room, can only be used for one thing and you would rarely use. However, if you have children or just love to entertain, this could be something worth your wild to make space for.
The Mini Cupcake Maker makes 7 mini cupcakes is about 5 minutes. For anyone with children this would be perfect gift. Moms, dads and grandparents are always making goodies for the kids. With the cupcake maker, the kids can even help out without parents worrying about burning their poor little fingers. It is fast, easy and a breeze to clean up. It sure beats heating up a large oven for only 24 cupcakes! With this machine you could make about 84 mini cupcakes in about an hour!

What else can this Mini Cupcake Maker make? Well, as an entertainer myself, I think this would be the perfect machine to make some posh hor d'oeuvres for my party guests. You could make quiche, mini puff pastry pockets stuffed with shrimp and feta, mini cheese and ham biscuits, profiteroles either filled with cream cheese and salmon or as a dessert filled with Bavarian cream. Or how about for people like me with gluten free diets...nothing like crust-less pumpkin pie bites!

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