The perfect cupcake

Cupcake, Muffin, Cake, Candy, Tart

Its midnight and you have the munchies. What should you do? A business flashes on the tv; it’s that loyal Pillsbury dough boy busy mixing up a spoonful of creamy cupcake batter! Eureka!

Essentially you know that you could easily drive to the nearest supermarket and get a carton full of mill made cupcakes, but you are no rookie. Whenever you choose to indulge, there’s absolutely no way you’re going about it halfway. And you’ve got the perfect cupcake in mind; today no second rated effort will suit your new craving.

. .in your mind you imagine it. It’s moist, it’s straight from the oven and it fills the air with heavenly scents that you can’t help but submit also. It’s your favorite flavor, while it’s a vanilla, chocolate, white, or other tantalizing cake foundation.

It covers the whole surface of the cupcake several times over. It’s a decoration, but additionally, it increases the overall quality of the cupcake. It’s not hardened or clumpy. It’s smooth, sweet and readily licked off or eaten together with the cupcake itself. Light sprinkles delicately adorn it also. Giving it a just crunchy sweet feel, one that just ideal offsets the smooth, batter of the cake foundation of the treat.

As you bite into the cupcake it doesn’t crumble, but remain together firmly. It’s not as hard as a fudge bar, but not as mild as a slice of angel food cake. Its perfected consistency is located somewhere between the two, thick enough so that every bite could be savored meaningfully. Because it’s moist every bit melts easily in the mouth and leaves a mild stickiness in your fingers. It’s best with a tall glass of milk, possibly two, to accentuate the decadence of its taste.

On other days, when one is hungry and wants a fast treat to devour, both day old cupcake, for some odd reason hits the spot. It’s sat on the counter top just long enough to hard somewhat more giving it a more substantial feeling. Biting into it seems more like biting into a hearty slice of bread. The frosting provides you the feeling that you’re biting into something much like a chocolate bar as it’s had time to harden a bit giving the cupcake another extra dessert treat quality. It becomes more of a candy as opposed to a baked good giving rise to the wonderful flexibility its shifting texture can take on, becoming just another variant of the perfect cupcake.

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