THERE CAN BE MORE TO THANKSGIVING DESSERT THAN JUST PIE!
Pie might be the norm or the tradition, but does it need to be the only option? Flavors like pecan, pumpkin, and apple can be worked into non traditional baked goods to sweeten the deal. Thanksgiving Cupcakes! The pairing of traditional cupcake flavors and unique flavors have become a trend lately. Cupcakes flavored like those pies that will adorn your bakery cases will be a perfect upsell! Something that is missing from the mix of traditional desserts is that sweet treat. So a sweet Thanksgiving Cupcake option for your customers, a traditionally flavored cupcake with Westco’s Extra Rich Devil’s Food Cake Mix is your way to success!
BakeMark Products Used
|Brand||Product or Type||SKU||Link|
|Westco||Extra Rich Devils Food Cake Mix||30419|
|Westco||Cream Cheese RTU Icing||11864|
|Trigal Dorado||Dulce De Leche Repostero||30867|
|BakeSense||Premium Salad Oil||17067|
- Batter: Follow directions provided on the bag of Westco Extra Rich Devil’s Food Cake Mix for a small batch.
- Pecan Filling: Combine 5 lb Trigal Dorado Dulce de Leche Repostero and 8 oz chopped pecans.
Deposit 2 oz. of batter into paper lined cupcake tins.
Bake at 325-360°F for 15-20 minutes. Let the cupcakes cool down.
After the cupcakes have cooled down, use a piping bag with a large round tip to pipe 1 oz. of the prepared pecan filling* inside each cupcake.
*Note: if the filling is too stiff to pipe, warm it up slightly in the microwave before filling in the piping bag.
Pipe Westco Cream Cheese Icing on the top of each cupcake making sure to cover the hole made when adding the filling.Sprinkle chopped pecans on the top of the Westco Cream Cheese Icing. Garnish each cupcake with a pecan half.