Ingredients

How to make it

  • Mix water, eggs and oil as directed on a box of Betty Crocker Strawberry Cake Mix then mix until well blended with a wooden spoon. Then add the drained berries into the batter and stir gently.
  • Turn on oven to 350 degrees and then take a clean large silicone muffin pan and set aside. Get a large professional style stainless ice cream scoop and then a small meatball size ice cream scoop-available at any gourmet shop. Take one large scoop of batter and drop one in each of the muffin cups. Then, take the smaller ice cream scoop and dip into the marshmallow cream. Put a little “blob” as I call it into the muffin batter, then top with another large scoop of the muffin batter.
  • Bake until done. The time will depend on how hot your oven is. I started with 20 minutes on the timer and I’m timing them until they test with a toothpick til done.
  • You may serve these plain and when you bite into each one of them you’ll bit into a little bit of marshmallow! A nice surprise! The nice thing is the little bit of mashmallow is fat free, so those of you watching your calories and fat like me-can have a little luxurious fun once in awhile.
  • Another way you can do this is to bake the whole thing in a large cake pan and put little blobs of the marshmallow cream into the batter, then cover with some more batter.
  • If desired, you can top the uncooked batter with more frozen mixed berries and then bake until done.
  • Some of the ideas for icing are:
  • Cream Cheese
  • Vanilla Cream
  • Rainbow pearl sugar-coarse grind-for putting on the frosted cup cakes when done. It makes baked goods look like they were sprinkled with a rainbow of colors!
  • NOTE: If you use metal baking pans you will have to grease the interior of the pan or use non-stick cooking spray. With silicone pans you don't have to do that. I love using silicone because I never have trouble with things overbrowning. It creates an insulation almost with what you're baking.
Scooping the batter in the muffin pan   Close
Flattening marshmallow with a butter knife   Close

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    " It was excellent "
    sandygalesmith ate it and said...
    Well thank you.
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  • pollymotzko 5 years ago
    Hey Sandy,
    You can use any flavor cake mix you like. Let my recipe be a springboard for your imagination!

    Vanilla, Yellow, Lemon and Chocolate are some of my favs.

    Yours truly,

    Paulette Le Pore Motzko
    (Polly Motzko)
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    " It was excellent "
    sandygalesmith ate it and said...
    Can a person use any thing eles size the Betty Crocker's strawberry's?Just that I can't have it. That's why I had asked like I did.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Looka wonderful!
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  • pollymotzko 5 years ago
    In the picture I used Betty Crocker's Confetti Chip frosting that has mini rainbow white chocolate chips in it. I basically at this time cook with whatever I find that is on sale or what produce is abundant.
    When times get better I can just cook with whatever I want, but the prices pretty much dictate what I buy these days.

    Happy Cooking and Baking!

    Polly Motzko
    PollyLePore@gmail.com
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    " It was excellent "
    lacrenshaw ate it and said...
    ^5, polly!
    Lorraine
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  • pollymotzko 5 years ago
    After you've baked the cupcakes, some of the marshmallow may have puffed out of the top of the cupcake. If that happens just take a small butter knife and just gently tap down on the marshmallow and it will flatten and then set as the cupcakes cool in the pans.

    NOTE: If you use metal baking pans you will have to grease the interior of the pan or use non-stick cooking spray. With silicone pans you don't have to do that. I love using silicone because I never have trouble with things overbrowning. It creates an insulation almost with what you're baking.

    Polly Motzko
    Baking up a Storm in Southern CA!
    PollyLePore@gmail.com
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