Roundabouts are little paper sleeves that you wrap around an ordinary cupcake to make it more fun. I was sent the burger sleeves to try out. This is what my cupcakes should look like:
food blog) on top of devil's food cupcakes, so they taste as good as they look. The only issue I had with the sleeve is that because I overfilled the cupcakes, they didn't wrap around entirely. But, I think if I were to use the right amount of batter, they would have fit perfectly.
You can check out all the different designs on the Roundabout website. I found sushi ones and fire engine ones that are pretty cute, and at $8.99 a dozen, they are affordable too. They also have a skull one that will be perfect for Ryan's Halloween birthday party in November. I always have my eyes peeled for supplies for that. If you like what you see, you can like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
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