- Famous jumbo caramel apples
- Customized decorations
- Elegant gift packaging
- Ships nationwide
What You'll Get
Like a cocktail dress made of asparagus, caramel apples are rare delicacies that tastefully toe the line between nutritious and naughty. Today's Groupon treats you to their sugary-sweet splendor with $25 worth of gourmet treats from Mrs. Prindable's for $12. From chocolate- and caramel-coated apples to tempting confections, the Illinois-based shop ships out signature sweets for all occasions. Mrs. Prindable's features speedy second-day shipping nationwide and can also schedule your delivery up to 90 days in advance. Your Groupon can be used toward shipping costs.
Mrs. Prindable's is most renowned for its ginormous apples (starting at $22.95) liberally spackled in sugary wonder, particularly caramel made the old-fashioned way in copper pots from all-natural ingredients. From a giant dark-chocolate-and-cashew-covered Granny Smith to milk-chocolate pecan, the 1.5-pound treats can happily serve eight to ten people. The apples are available in eight signature flavors. For those seeking pure sugar satisfaction unadulterated by nature's candy, Mrs. Prindable's also offers gourmet caramels ($4.95 for a 4.5 oz. gift bag), chocolate-covered pretzels ($4.95 for two pieces), and milk- and dark-chocolate jumbo nut clusters (six for $23.95).
Mrs. Prindable's gift baskets ($29.95–$199.95), elegantly wrapped in a regal purple ribbon, will give you a game-changing go-to for the year's cavalcade of Mother's Day, Father's Day, graduations, weddings, birthdays, Christmas, and Burton Gilliam Day. Choose-your-own-message baskets are also available for $49.95 in case you can't find a Hallmark card that says, "Avenge my death at the unstoppable dragon fists of Lu Pang, Aunt Gladys."
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid until 11/9/10 at midnight. Valid toward shipping. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.