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Learn how to Make these little cups and add your own favorite dessert inside.
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How to Make Sweet Dessert Cups
Sydney: Hi and welcome to Teen Kitchen Takeover. I'm Sydney and this is my friend, Kylie.
Sydney: And today, we’re going to show you how to make dessert cups. First, you’ll going to spray your counter. Then do the rolls, I'm just going to roll them up. And, once you’ve flattened that out, you’re going to spray your muffin thing and you’re going to do on the back side part and just one spray goes to it so it won't stick. And, you’re going to take milk and you’re just going to press it on and then you’re going to put some sugar and cool that on. Now, once you’ve done the flat, we’re going to put this on the muffin thing upside down. And, you want to take a fork and just poke some holes in it till it pops up. And then, you can just go and take it flat. So, when you get this on the oven, you want to take them off pretty quick so they don’t stick and you can do whatever you want. You can put bananas and any kind of pudding but today we’re using vanilla pudding, strawberries for the topping. First, just put it in and put some strawberries on. Then, you're just going to put on your topping. Then, you can put another -- right on top. And then, you can just eat it. Before you can play with recipes, visit our website at Teenkitchentakeover.com