I needed to make cupcakes so I followed the recipe exactly(except added some choc chips) but put a junior mint in each one. Found it best after some trial and error to put in 1/2 a scoop of batter, lay on the mint and cover it w/ batter. They sink much less than pushing it down in after completely filling the cup. If they sink, just throw a few choc chip in the indentation while warm so you have an even surface to frost. Piped on some PEPPERMINT(hint-always use peppermint extract-much more subtle-mint extract makes everything taste like toothpaste) buttercream frosting, drizzled them w/ melted chips and finished them w/ an Andes mint stuck in the icing-very rich but a huge hit-looked like they came from the cupcake store!
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I needed to make cupcakes so I followed the recipe exactly(except added some choc chips) but...