$16 for a Dozen Baker's Choice Cupcakes at Cupprimo Cupcakery ($33 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Cupcake Wars contestant bakes a rotating menu of more than 30 flavors, including red velvet, Longhorn brownie, and lemon cream

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 28th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 24hr advance order required. Cupcakes are baker's choice only. Not valid for gluten free products. Not valid 10/27, 10/30, 10/31, or 11/21. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Cupcakes are everything great about full-size cakes but are smaller and come in a free wrapper, which looks like a tiny coffee filter and will make your desk smell like cake for two days. Appreciate the little things with this Groupon.

$16 for a Dozen Baker's Choice Cupcakes ($33 Value)

  • More than 30 available flavors, chosen at baker's discretion
  • Award-winning cupcakes
  • Baked daily from scratch

Cupprimo Cupcakery

Inspired by the ice-cream namesake, the bakers of Cupprimo Cupcakery layer three flavors of batter into the neapolitan cupcake, and they go a step beyond conventional by capping the cupcake off with a two-frosting swirl. That colorful and original concoction was part of owner Amy Brown’s arsenal when she battled another local baker on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars. Though she didn’t win that bout, Amy and her desserts aren’t without decoration; her s’more cupcakes garnered a spot in the Austin Chronicle’s Best of 2011 lineup, hailed as “an incredibly sticky mash-up of deliciousness.” These flavors join a rotating menu that also includes simple chocolate and strawberry flavors and creative honey-chai and mimosa cupcakes that, like a celebration of 11:14 a.m., can be enjoyed on a daily basis.

Cupprimo Cupcakery

Inspired by the ice-cream namesake, the bakers of Cupprimo Cupcakery layer three flavors of batter into the neapolitan cupcake, and they go a step beyond conventional by capping the cupcake off with a two-frosting swirl. That colorful and original concoction was part of owner Amy Brown’s arsenal when she battled another local baker on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars. Though she didn’t win that bout, Amy and her desserts aren’t without decoration; her s’more cupcakes garnered a spot in the Austin Chronicle’s Best of 2011 lineup, hailed as “an incredibly sticky mash-up of deliciousness.” These flavors join a rotating menu that also includes simple chocolate and strawberry flavors and creative honey-chai and mimosa cupcakes that, like a celebration of 11:14 a.m., can be enjoyed on a daily basis.

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