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Felicitations on your upcoming wedding!

Weding cake

The weding cake more than dessert, the weding cake is a symbol of good fortune and married bliss.

Guests enjoy admiring and devouring the cake.

Even on a small budget, you have many irresistible options.
An alternative to a traditional cake is cupcakes!

Beautifully decorated and displayed on tiers, everyone will want one.
If you have a friend or relative who loves to bake, ask her to bake them as a weding present.
Or hold a cupcake-baking session as a prewedding get-together.

Weding cake on picture was made with cake mix that we flavored with rum and nutmeg
and decorated with store-bought spun-sugar flowers.

Other low-cost options include buying a stacked cake from a local bakery and dressing it up.
Or order your cake from the pastry class at the local culinary school helpful hints.

Many supermarkets and wholesale club stores also offer bargain-priced customized cakes.


Each box of cake mix makes 24
standard cupcakes or 48
minicupcakes. Multiply this
recipe as needed.
Makes 24 cupcakes.

1-pound box pound-cake mix
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup rum
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1-pound can classic white frosting
Natural food coloring (optional)
Cake decorations (purchased; see resource

Place paper baking cups into 24
medium-size muffin-tin cups (2 1/2-inch-round).
Make cake mix as directed
on package, using milk, rum,
eggs and nutmeg. Fill cups 2/3 full.
Bake until toothpick inserted in center
comes out clean, about 15 to 20
minutes. Cool 10 minutes. Remove
from pan to wire rack; cool completely.
If desired, tint frosting, adding
coloring a drop at a time. Spread
cupcakes with frosting. Add your
choice of decorations. Frosted or unfrosted
cupcakes can be loosely covered
and refrigerated up to 2 days.

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