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Homemade Cupcake Maker

Updated on August 8, 2016

Cupcakes Delivered in 10 Minutes: 10 Minute Cupcakes

Now you can make your own cupcakes at home, with this fabulous new virtually instant cupcake maker.  Make cupcakes in just 10 minutes in your own home.  Freshly baked cupcakes on demand!

No need to plan ahead, make instant cupcakes perfectly every time your friends pop round.  Make instant cupcakes for packup lunches.


This is a great kitchen gadget that will get used time and time again - saving you money in the long-run.

Now you can have instant cupcakes - and it's great for kids too. Make cupcakes with your kids safely and easily with the new Swan cupcake maker.

Features of this great new product include:

  • Easy lift facility
  • Stays cool during baking
  • Non-stick plates
  • A free cupcakes recipe book, so you'll never be short of great ideas for baking cupcakes

Cupcake Maker - Make your own cupcakes.
Cupcake Maker - Make your own cupcakes. | Source
Homemade Cupcake Maker - 10 Minute Cupcakes
Homemade Cupcake Maker - 10 Minute Cupcakes | Source

Cupcake Maker Recipes

When you buy a cupcake maker, you will get a recipe book, but here's an idea of what is involved in making your own cupcakes:

Recipe to make 2 batches of 6 cupcakes

  • 225g self raising flour
  • 100g castor sugar
  • 150ml milk
  • 2medium eggs
  • 125g butter (softened or melted)
  • ½ tsp vanilla essence
  1. Mix the ingredients in a bowl until the mix is smooth.
  2. Close the Cupcake Maker lid and switch it on, wait for the READY light to show.
  3. Set out 6 cupcake cases and add some of the mixt to each one (2/3rds full maximum)
  4. Open the Cupcake Maker lid and pop the filled cases into the 6 holes.
  5. Close the lid - and the cupcakes cook by magic in 10-12 minutes!
  6. After 10 minutes, lift the lid and have a look. They should be risen and cooked,
    but you do have the option of closing the lid and giving them another 2-5 minutes
    if you think they need it.
  7. Once cooked, switch off and unplug, then use a wood or heatproof spatula to remove the cupcakes to a wire tray for cooling.
  8. Wait until the cupcakes are completely cooled before decorating with any icing etc.

Baking for Cash

A lot of people have wanted to start their own business baking cupcakes. This gadget would be a great boon in those early years when you just need to create a couple of dozen cupcakes with the minimum of fuss and household disruption.

Bake Cupcakes for Your School Fair

Ideal - now you'll look like a Master Baker in front of all the other mums!

Cupcakes Delivered in 10 Minutes

Make that your calling card when phoning a friend - instead of saying "Hi, I'll be there in 10 minutes", just call and announce "Cupcakes delivered in 10 Minutes"

Cupcakes at 3am

You know the feeling, 3am, fancy a nibble .... what could be easier/safer than a cool cupcake maker!

Cupcakes for Kids' Birthday Parties

No need to spend hours baking ahead of a party - just pop the cupcake baker on to cook you a few batches without any fuss at all.

Cupcakes for the Office Party

It's always tricky trying to work out what to take to the office for a party - whether it's a leaving party, a baby shower or a Xmas party - cupcakes can be the answer! Easy peasey

What Do Do With the Kids in the Long Summer School Holidays

Bake cupcakes, of course! Easily and safely. Cheaper to run than using the main oven as well.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      I recently purchased a mini doughnut maker and was surprised at how quick they were made. They were quite good. I enjoy the fact that they are not fried most of all. I will have to look into the cupcake applicance as well.

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      Marcia Ours 

      6 years ago

      Interesting. And, very handy appliance for making cupcakes! I've never seen this type of appliance before.I'll have to look for it over here in the U.S.

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