How Hostess Cupcakes Are Made (from Unwrapped) | Food Network

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42 Replies to “How Hostess Cupcakes Are Made (from Unwrapped) | Food Network”

  1. This kind of stuff is what I've been feeding on when I was working for the county of Los Angeles' office of registered voters during my lunch breaks.

  2. Hostess cupcakes are sooo not what they used to be. They changed the chocolate frosting and wrecked it. It's got a weird carmel, grainy texture now. Yuck. The generic kind at Walmart are much better than the Hostess cupcakes. Try them.

  3. Bruh 600,000,000 cupcakes can feed more than just the eastern United States. It can feed all of North America.

  4. “ we make 600 million cupcakes a year, thatʻs enough to circle around the earth twice” lmao just as the amount of waste it makes as well

  5. Since Hostess went belly up and they were picked up by another company I feel the product is not the same and really overpriced. I don’t buy them anymore. I have eaten them always until the new company started the hostess going.

  6. Lol what is this guy talking about. Its been the same 7 distinct squiggles since 1919 as he holds a cupcake with clearly 8 squiggles. If you dont count the ones on ends then its 6. In no way can you get 7 there lol. Idiot.

  7. Its cool seeing these be made and all, but I'm telling you that over the years (for me at least) these things have diminished in quality so much that I can't stand them anymore. They were completely different in the late 70's and early 80's.

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