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My cakes and cupcakes fall after coming out of the oven

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If your cakes are falling you need to cook them longer. The best way to see if they are done is to take your finger and poke the top. If you see the imprint of your finger in the top then it is not done. If the cake springs back to its original shape then it is done. :)

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