SKILLS & COLLABORATION
A couple of months ago I joined Kantaya club, they are widely known in the community for standing up for education and having great fundraising events. I had already prepared cookies for them last time, and this time I volunteered to make cupcakes for the Tri-M bake sale.
I personally enjoy baking as a hobbie, so I was glad to offer a hand in helping with this event. And while, red-velvet cupcakes are not quite my specialty, I enjoyed learning more along the way. I have baked these treats before, but only once about a year ago, so I needed a recap. I quickly looked a recipe up and began to bake.
I worked alongside my maid, who was my helping hand in this activity. She mostly followed my directions but sometimes offered her opinions. For instance, she happens to know her way with the oven so when she recommended 350 degrees fahrenheit, I listened.
After about an hour of kitchen time, the cupcakes were ready and frosted. I am pretty happy with the end result and can't wait to turn them in to my colleague Cami who will later be selling them. I must say I learned a lot through this experience and am proud of how they looked (see image).