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What You'll Get
Cupcakes, like babies, are smaller, cuter, and more tempting to nibble on. Indulge your maternal/carnivoral instincts with today's Groupon: for $12, you get one dozen cupcakes at Cake-ology (a $24 value), located in the Exchange District. Customers can choose from one of the following flavours: vanilla, chocolate, marble, red velvet, lemon, banana, spice, pumpkin, or carrot.
Enjoy scratch-made sweet-tooth satisfiers with a dozen cupcakes at Cake-ology. Cupcake connoisseurs have nine flavour options to fill out their duodecad of shrink-rayed cakes—salute your beat-up station wagon with the lemon cupcakes, allow your palate to complete a classic cartoon pratfall as it savours slipping on a banana cupcake, or opt for the delicious decadence of a chocolate cupcake. Cake-ology's clients can keep the 12 cupcakes for themselves, or instead choose to share them with the 11 other angry men on the jury. Place your order 24 hours in advance—48 hours in advance for major holidays—and enjoy the fluffy, frosted goodness of cupcakes from Cake-ology.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must use in 1 visit. Must order 24 hours in advance, 48 hours in advance for major holidays. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Inside a vintage studio, Cake-ology's playful bakers craft custom cakes entirely from scratch. They sandwich more than 11 butter cream icing flavours such as mocha, raspberry, cinnamon, and orange between two layers of cake flavours such as marble, red velvet, lemon, and spice. After baking, they decorate their creations with repeating butter cream swirls and stripes, or layer on colorful fondant to create cakes that look like dogs, cars, or a slightly bigger cake. In addition to full-sized desserts, they also mold batter into cupcakes and cakettes - morsels of cake mixed with butter cream and dipped in chocolate. To complement the gallery of colourful cakes, they also make daily-changing baked goods such as imperial cookies, caramel pecan bars, and date slices.