Cupcake Creations Baking Cups review

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Cupcake Creations product review from Jessie At Home

I discovered so many new-to-me products and Creativations in Phoenix this January. Included in those nifty products were these no-muffin-pans-needed cupcake cups. They are paper, so they are biodegradable, but they are super sturdy. I was given a set to try out, so that meant the girls and I needed to make some cupcakes!

Getting Ready to Bake

So we got together all our baking supplies and got to work with the batter!

Ready to pour the cupcakes

Once the batter was made, it was time to try out the Cupcake Creations!

Ready to bake - no muffin pan!

We placed the cups on a cookie sheet and filled them half way with batter. Look at that! They cups are standing just fine with no muffin tin. How cool is that?!

All baked and decorated

When they came out of the oven, we let them cool and then frosted and decorated them. The girls were thrilled. I was so happy that the cupcakes were still standing, even without the muffin tin. I really don’t like cleaning muffin tins, and they take up so much space. These things are just so cool!

Taste testing

Of course, a taste test was necessary, so the girls and I had to try them. Mmm…they were good. We actually used a recipe from the Cupcake Creations site, and it worked out wonderfully. You don’t need a special recipe though, you can use whatever recipe you like. If you use a muffin tin, you fill them 3/4 of the way full. If you don’t use a muffin tin, you fill them 1/2 way full (this is what we did). In the end you get yummy cupcakes no matter which way you make them!

So check out your local baking supplier and see if you can get your hands on some of these great cupcake cups from Cupcake Creations!

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Every Which Way Crochet Borders book review, giveaway, and free pattern!

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I was given a copy of Every Which Way Crochet Borders for an honest review. All opinions are those of Jessie Rayot.

Every Which Way Crochet Borders book review, giveaway, and free pattern on Jessie At Home

Every Which Way Crochet Borders by Edie Eckman is on a book tour, and I am the last stop! How fun is that?! You can see the schedule of the whole book tour HERE.

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Shell Stitch Baby Blanket

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Shell Stitch Baby Blanket free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

Shell Stitch Baby Blanket
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

This shell stitch blanket is quick and easy to make. Worked in a bulky yarn with a large hook, it can be made in a few days, making it great for a last minute gift! Made in 3 colors, you can carry the yarn along the sides so there aren’t hundreds of ends to weave in, which is always a bonus. So grab you 3 favorite colors of Red Heart Soft Essentials and get to work!

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Free Crochet Motif Patterns

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Motifs ROCK. They can be put together to make blankets, pillows, purses, and so much more. Most of the patterns I have found for you this week are either just the motif or a blanket with motifs, but use your own creativity to make whatever fun project you would like!

Motifs free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

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