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I took some betty crocker cake mix (gluten free of course), seperated it into muffin pans, and sprinkled a little brown sugar on top. Would it be good?

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I'd bet it would taste great - maybe mix a bit of cinnamon into the brown sugar before you sprinkle.

I've made coffee cake with BC's yellow cake - followed direction for regular cake then added a crumble mixture of cinnamon, brown sugar, gluten-free flour and butter on top - this would work great as muffin/cupcakes too -- demolished by the gluten eaters at brunch before us gluten freers got our share so I made a second when we got home - yummy :)

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Thats what i was thinking. Its been a while since i've had a cake type treat (i do not count rice cakes with a little honey on it as a "Treat").

I'll have to pick up a box when i go to the store.

I was going to do frosting, but i don't think my stomach could handle it. Especially the store bought ones.

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Cupcakes can be good without icing. :D

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oh i don't doubt it. But frosting is something i think of when i think cupcakes lol.

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If you mix sugar and cinnamon it may be even better. That's the same toppings you'd put on a snickerdoodle cookie and with the muffin/cupcake below, may be great.

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