BACON Cheeseburger Cupcakes?? Yup.

And what did I use for the bacon? BACON of course.

Bacon Cheeseburger Cupcakes!

Bacon Cheeseburger Cupcakes!

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Cheeseburger Cupcakes for the Holidays

I made Cheeseburger Cupcakes for my holiday party and they were a huge hit!

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Update – Cheeseburger Cupcake Flickr page

Just noticed that the original flickr page has almost 1.5 million photo views. Yeah!

www.tinyurl.com/cupkates

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McDonalds Contest

I’ve entered my Big Mac Cupcake into the new Big Mac contest (good timing i guess). The winner gets Big Macs for life and a trophy. I’ve never had a Big Mac and don’t plan to live off them but think this would be a hillarious contest to win 🙂 So… go on and vote for me!

VOTE HERE!

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Step One…

Cut a hole in a pumpkin…

Via cakewrecks.blogspot.com

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Where are my Boston Cream Timbits?

Tim Hortons stores carry two types of products, “Required” products and “Optional” products. Required products are items that a store must carry and should have available at all times. These are their core products and popular choices among their customers. On the other hand, optional products are items that store owners can chose from. This means that a product that is offered at one store may not be offered at another location. The decision of which optional products the store will carry is made by the Store Owner and is based on several factors, such as demand. Boston Cream Timbits are offered to stores as part of Hortons’ “Optional” Products line. Unfortunately however, they do not have a list of what optional products their stores carry. Hortons suggest that you speak with the Owner or Manager of your local store, and they may be willing to carry Boston Cream Timbits in the store.

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The How To is UP!

Check it out Here

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