Why do my cupcakes sink when I take them out of the oven?

Why do my cupcakes sink when I take them out of the oven?

Why does this happen?? Over-beating the batter: By doing so, it can cause too much air to get into the batter. The air then collapses, along with your cupcakes. Oven temperature: If your oven temp is too high, this can cause the cake to rise too rapidly.

Can I put cupcakes back in the oven?

Unfortunately once a cake has cooled it is not possible to re-bake it. The cake would have to heat all the way through again and the outside parts of the cake would become too dry. Also if the cake has sunk in the centre from being underbaked it will not rise again as the raising agents in the recipe will have expired.

What can I do with undercooked cupcakes?

If you see mushy, uncooked portions in the muffins, put them back in the tins. Slide them into the oven for an additional 5 to 10 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the centers comes out clean, with just a few moist crumbs. Watch them closely because they'll dry out if you cook them too long.

Why are my cupcakes not cooking in the middle?

Reason #4 Your Cupcakes Are Sinking In The Middle: Your oven temperature is too high. If the oven temperature is too high, it will cause your cupcakes too rise too quickly, causing them to then fall flat later. Try baking them at a lower temperature. It might be also that your oven isn't calibrated correctly either.

Are cupcakes good the next day?

Remember that storing cupcakes in the fridge will dry them out faster, so opt for countertop storage unless you have a heat wave on your hands and need to stop your frosting from melting away. Cupcakes will keep for up to a week on the counter, but I find they're at their best within 3-4 days of baking.