Smurf Cupcakes

By: Jen Angel

Nov 23 2009

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Category: Cupcakes, Vegan

2 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:5.8mm
ISO:90
Shutter:1/32 sec
Camera:KODAK EASYSHARE C763 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA

Yes, I admit, I totally use leftover icing. All the time. I’m heading out of town tomorrow for the holiday and wanted to use some of the icing I had left in the fridge. Well, it’s not like it’s going to go bad if it’s refridgerated, icing is just powdered sugar and butter (or earth balance), so it can last in the fridge as long as butter can (which, according to Cooks Illustrated, is a month in the refrigerator and four months in the freezer*).  If this blue looks familiar, it’s the same blue from Sal and Levi’s “We Got Hitched” party. And, apparently, dubbed “Smurf Cupcakes” by my housemate Sara. These were just a quick batch of cupcakes for the house, and they won’t even last 24 hours.

So even though I’m heading off to the frozen tundra of Ohio and Ontario, I’m sure there will be plenty of baking and cooking in my near future. I know that on Wednesday I’ll be making carrot cake and pumpkin pie for my family’s Thanksgiving (yes, my sister hates pumpkin pie, so the carrot cake is for her), and I’ll be posting photos along the way. Smurfy!

*The same article says that legally, eggs can be up to 2 months old by the “sell by” date. Um. Really?

**PPS. Don’t forget – more photos on my Flickr page.

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2 comments on “Smurf Cupcakes”

  1. My brother tells me that Alton Brown (of the Food Network) says that eggs are still good as long as they’re not drying up inside and don’t smell funny when you crack them open. They can indeed last months when properly refrigerated!

    • Yeah, the article said as long as the eggs don’t smell funny, they are OK to eat. We go through eggs so quickly in our house, we’ll never find out.


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