Welcome to our new POPSUGAR Girls' Guide series, Just Add Sugar, where you'll learn how to make sweets and treats that are spades better than store-bought. Today, host Brandi Milloy brings the beloved Hostess cupcake back to life with a homemade recipe that's - dare we say it - even better tasting than the iconic original. Watch as we walk you through everything from piping house-made marshmallow filling to glazing your cupcakes with a luscious ganache, then print out our recipe to get baking: http://www.yumsugar.com/28424854
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She isn't bragging but she is kind of a pro because she has done stuff like this for a while and she has been taught things from professional bakers so she might not the best out there. But she is better then most and people will agree to that
THE WAY SHE SAID "IM KIND OF A PRO" IS SO SARCASTIC. SO OBVIOUSLY SHES JOKING. WHATS WRONG WITH SELF CONFIDENCE? "BE MORE CONFIDENT." THATS WHAT SOCIETY WANTS. THEN NOW SHES CONFIDENT ENOUGH YOULL HATE ON HER. WHAT A NICE GENERATION TO BE ALIVE.
Everyone is seriously butthurt about the pro comment. You need thicker skin. Crybabies. That's the most pathetic thing I've ever seen. I'm not a pro and that comment didn't bother me at all. It's life. Some people are professionals. Start practicing or get over it.
A lot of cooking shows always says " these are the best" . Even when they aren't cooking shows, people always say" I'm obsessed with these, or these are literally the best " over and over. So how come she says I'm a pro and everybody starts bashing?
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