Cupcakes are so popular in America that the top three Internet searches are cupcakes, hunky firemen, and hunky firemen kissing cupcakes. Get web 2.0 with today’s Groupon to Petite Treat in Staten Island. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get one dozen classic cupcakes (a $25 value).
- For $15, you get two dozen classic cupcakes (a $50 value).
- For $20, you get three dozen classic cupcakes (a $75 value).<p>
Completed orders can be picked up at the shop or delivered free of charge to any Staten Island locale.
At Petite Treat, cupcake aficionados serve up a sizeable menu of peanut-free treats, complete with five classic flavor options. Patrons can secure their delectable dozens in varieties such as Party On!, a vanilla confetti cake crowned with vanilla frosting and rainbow sprinkles. Brunette Goddess cupcakes offer an all-chocolate affair that plays a perfect complement to all-vanilla Smart Blonde cakes, and look just as delicious when stuffed into a swimsuit. Southern Belles pile fluffy cream-cheese buttercream atop red-velvet cupcakes, capping the crimson confections with crushed walnuts or red-velvet-cake crumbs, and Tuxedo cupcakes lend an elegant air to any dessert table or limousine glove compartment by dressing their chocolate centers in suits of fine vanilla buttercream and chocolate sprinkles. For an additional fee, dessert devotees can order cupcakes in non-classic flavors, and patrons with diet constraints may also request gluten- or sugar-free options.
The Oreo cupcake doesn’t earn its name for nothing—a decadent Oreo crust ensconces an Oreo-flavored cake slathered with Oreo buttercream and topped with an actual Oreo cookie. The team of bakers at the online-only Petite Treats whips up more than 100 similar cupcakes, pulling inspiration from a plethora of eclectic ingredients ranging from mango puree to chocolate covered pretzels. The Lucky Charms cupcake, for example, comes rolled in its namesake cereal, whereas the caramel macchiato boasts an appropriately espresso-flavored cake. To cater to more adult palates, the bakers spike the chocolate and red wine cupcake with alcohol, filling the chocolate base with red wine syrup and crowning it with red wine-infused chocolate ganache.
Petite Treats' team can prepare gluten- and sugar-free options for those with food allergies. They can also make most flavors listed on the menu as full-sized cakes, freeing patrons from the hassle of super gluing a dozen cupcakes together.