Clump #239: Bake graham cracker cupcakes; day four of seven-day bake-a-thon: one baked-good-a-day to avoid the usual pre-Fall Festival log jam.
Some days contain more darkness than light: exhibit my tired, worn down, and shadow-like emotional state. But even on a day like today, baking was accomplished.
I spent this past summer with the intention of making S’mores Cupcakes from a recipe I saw in Real Simple magazine. I never got around to it, so the time is now!
Progress alert: I probably tossed the magazine containing the recipe in a recycling bag during one of my paper purges. But no problem … I easily found it online. Let that be a lesson. I really don’t have to have so much paper around me.
The cake is the graham cracker part of the S’mores equation. It contains one cup of graham cracker crumbs, or nine crackers. How many crackers in a package? Nine. Very satisfying.
This was my maternal grandmother’s rolling pin. It gives me confidence, when using it, to know that she was renowned for her pies.
Disaster was averted by my husband who managed to finesse the gears back into the Kitchen Aid mixer. Heavens, is it telling me that I’m doing too much baking?
And the finished cupcakes, cooling down. I’ll freeze, thaw, and finish them later. They smell really-really good.
Ready or not, October is here and, like my goose friend in Strasburg …
one must gear-up and get with it!
My heart broke when I saw the poor KitchenAid. I don’t know what I’d do without mine. Good for Keaven!
Yes! My hero! It was that kind of day.
They look delicious!
Do you get to sample them or has Keaven volunteered?
I haven’t sampled them (yet!). Keaven has been the soul of self control. When I get the chocolate ganache and marshmallows on them it might be a different story!