Thursday, 10 de May de 2018

Receita de cupcakes que rende apenas dois

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  1. BIA
    10 de May de 2018 - 10:02

    Juuuuu. ideia muito legal essa tua . Sabes que somos em casa um casal e percebo que nao posso fazer um monte de coisa porque as quantidades sao para uma familia com 5 pessoas . Eu tento adpatar mas nao da certo acabo por colocar no lixo . Ja desisti de um monte de pratos inclusive salgado por esta mesma razao. Hoje em dia as familias estao reduzidas isso é fato . Os filhos saem da casa dos pais muito cedo e tambem optam por ter 1 filho ou maximo 2 , antigamente eram 4 ou 5 filhos e ate 6 como na minha ex sogra . kkkk beijocas mil adoro vc .

  2. Catarina
    10 de May de 2018 - 22:18

    Oi Ju, qual a diferença se fizer com mirtilo congelado?

    • 06 de August de 2018 - 13:44

      Catarina, frutas congeladas geralmente soltam mais água que as frescas. A massa pode perder a estrutura dela com a quantidade excessiva de água!

  3. Luciana
    25 de May de 2018 - 11:24

    Finalmente criei coragem para fazer a receita da buttercream de merengue italiano e deu super certo (segui as instruções do vídeo do cupcakeando, claro!). Mas não fiz somente 2 cupcakes, porque dei de presente às mães da família e não apenas à minha. Bj Ju!

  4. Ana Cleide Cerveira Lima
    02 de June de 2018 - 00:41

    Oi Ju,
    Como sempre as tuas ideias sao maravilhosas. A ideia de pequenas porcoes ficou otima.
    Deu tudo certo, so nao usei mirtilo. Obg

    Ju , estou com dificuldade com minhas formas de papel, estao muito aberta. Que me sugere?

    • 06 de August de 2018 - 13:47

      Aninha, da pra salvar: coloque elas na forma de metal, separadinhas, como se fosse colocar a massa dentro normalmente. Mas ainda vazias, leve para o forno já quente e deixe por uns 30 segundos. É suficiente. Elas vão fechar e entrar nos buracos. Retire e coloque a massa :)

Juliana Morgado

I’m a journalist with more passions than time can allow me to have. I have found in the kitchen my paradise, my resting place after a long and exhausting day. It’s my addiction, really. Not only cupcakes but anything that I find interesting, challenging or fun to do. Despite the blog’s name, it’s not all about cupcakes. I love cooking risotto, of all kinds, and I simply love any recipe with cheese.

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I’m not sure when or why I started to cook. My memories are of my mother putting me in the kitchen and teaching Brazilian white rice and her awesome pomodoro sauce for spaghetti, with fresh tomatoes just the way only she can do. All I know in the kitchen I’ve learned by one way: practice. My recipes are created from my head and implemented with the tests I run, or even meticulously measured from trusted sources.
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