Well-timed doses of cupcakes have brightened seasons, brought smiles to the faces of young children, and even played a pivotal role in diffusing tensions during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Solve gastronomical disputes with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt, gourmet cupcakes, and more at Naticakes in Murfreesboro. Naticakes is a boutique bakery and fro-yo shop that cools fiery palates with nine delicious flavors of frozen yogurt and more than 30 mouth-watering flavors of creamy gourmet cupcakes. The frozen-yogurt cache at Naticakes tests the limits of the imagination with creamy frozen yogurts and abundant, imaginative toppings ranging from fresh fruit and bits of candy bar to granola and breakfast cereals. Like a self-addressed, prestamped court summons, patrons serve themselves and then bring their creations to be weighed, paying $0.45 per artistic, edible ounce. Naticakes also teases the most talkative sense with delicious cupcakes ($3.50 each), in more flavors than there are clowns in a minivan, ranging from the wildly vivid tuxedo, pretty princess, and cotton candy to more traditional flavors such as german chocolate, vanilla bean, and s'more. Cupcakes can also be shrunk further into delectable natibites ($9.95/box of 5), which feature the same light italian cream nestled betwixt layers of moist cake and enveloped in chocolatey and fruity sugar shells.
Naticakes donates 10% of all profits to benefit the company's namesake and reason for being, the Natalie Wynn Carter Foundation.
Naticakes is in the business of making life a bit sweeter. They do so by supplying customers with frozen yogurt and cupcakes in more than 30 flavors, including lemon-merengue cupcakes with toasted frosting, and rich devil's food cake with caramel buttercream frosting, sea salt, and dark-chocolate curls. Patrons also can opt for bite-size cupcakes or specialty cakes to share. Crafting delectable desserts isn't the only way Naticakes sweetens things up; the company also donates 10% of profits to support the Natalie Wynn Carter Foundation, an organization committed to improving the lives of children throughout the world.
1720 Old Fort Parkway L-150
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