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Rich Strawberry Cupcakes

November 4, 2009
Do you know of Chick-fil-A?  Well, we love it. LOVE it.  And what a better way to tell someone you appreciate them than a homemade treat?   These Strawberry Cupcakes are super easy. Better Crocker, out of the box, easy.  Betty Crocker, whipped frosting, easy.  Seriously.

And lookie there, I used a little frosting pen to draw part of the logo.  So fancy, I know.  But what makes these cupcakes so amazingly delicious?
Can you see it?

Notice anything different?  Look closer.

That’s right, a little something under the Betty Crocker Whipped frosting.  A little delicious surprise that takes these cupcakes from delicious to fabulous.

A layer of white chocolate.  And not just any white chocolate, Ghiradelli White Chocolate.  So good, it melts in your mouth.  These cupcakes turned out super moist, and not too sweet. They are rich in flavor, and the white chocolate adds a little surprise.

So when you don’t have time to make a Martha Stewart or Julia Child’s recipe, use faithful and true Betty Crocker, and then add a bit of your own surprise.
Rich Strawberry Cupcakes

1 box of Betty Crocker Strawberry Cupcakes
1 jar of Betty Crocker Strawberry Whipped Frosting
1 Ghiradelli White Chocolate Baking Bar
Small dose of milk


Following instructions as listed on box.  Allow cupcakes to cool completely.  Melt white chocolate in pan with a bit of milk. Once melted, remove from heat and let cool, but not all the way.  Chocolate must remain smooth.  Dip each cupcake into chocolate, allow excess to drip down the sides.  Frost with Betty Crocker.  Chill overnight.  Enjoy!
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Julia permalink
    November 4, 2009 5:01 pm

    I have never made their strawberry cake…I will have to try it now…

  2. Nutmeg Nanny permalink
    November 5, 2009 4:24 am

    This looks great! I love how pink it is:) Unfortunately we do not have ANY Chick-fil-A's in New York, but boy do I wish we did!

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