If your cupcakes will be packed for lunches, picnics or other “on the go” eating, cut the cupcake in half and put the frosting between the two halves and put the cupcake together again (like a sandwich with thr frosting in the middle). The frosting will be be stuck to the wrapper or container that it was packaged in before leaving home. For variety, instead of using frosting, use peanut butter, jam/jelly, or a combination of both, or marshmallow fluff. The peanut butter has more protein than frosting and the marshmallow fluff has fewer calories. The jam will help keep the cupcake moist and will add flavor.
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