Cupcakes are delicious, nutritious (if they are slices of cucumber instead of cupcakes), and most importantly, delicious. Bite into the real thing with this Groupon.
- $11 for $20 worth of cupcakes
House of Cupcakes
There's literally no sweeter war won than cupcake war. Just ask Ruthie and Ron Bzdewka, who in 2008 founded House of Cupcakes in Princeton, New Jersey after taking home top honors from the second season of Food Network's Cupcake Wars. The owners' cupcakes are even more in demand than they were before their victory on the show, which is why they now fling them at celebrities during special events including the MTV Music Awards. The secret to Ruthie and Ron's success: their grandma's cupcake recipe, which is the basis for increasing selection of more than 45 unique flavors, such as the award-winning Espresso Brownie, Salted Caramel, and Coconut Vanilla Snowball.
Not limiting their expertise to cupcake orders, baked goods-lovers can delight their palette with the tastes of other creations, including push-pops, cake-pops, cookies, mini-cupcakes, gourmet banana pudding, and brownies. Gourmet handmade ice cream sandwiches are also available, and are made from scratch with a choice from 15 different cookies, brownies, and 30+ ice cream flavors. Their large selection can be produced into custom orders for any event, such as color-coordinated cupcakes for weddings, logo-emblazoned pull-apart cakes for corporate outings, and tailored treats for baby showers or birthdays.
91% of 1,091 customers recommend
“LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT !!!!!!!”
“their cupcakes are beautiful and they have a great assortment. they are a bit too sweet for my liking, but my husband and kids love them. i like the banana pudding...”
“their cupcakes are beautiful and they have a great assortment. they are a bit too sweet for my liking, but my husband and kids love them. i like the banana pudding and have yet to try their cheesecakes. their coffees are very good, too.”
“Great variety, excellent quality with just the right amount of sweet and warm service”