Cupcakes are so popular in America that the top three Internet searches are “cupcakes,” “hunky firemen,” and “hunky firemen kissing cupcakes.” Find what you’re really looking for with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a dozen cupcakes (up to a $48 value)
- $10 for $20 worth of sweets
Prodigious pastry makers sculpt icing atop hand-decorated theme cookies ($1.50–$2.75) and cupcakes ($2–$4), and ovens bake fresh breads ($2 to $5) and tasty pignolis ($24.95).
Sugar Rush Bakery
When the judges; scores came in, Sugar Rush Bakery's Andrew Mincher finished in second place on Food Network's Cupcake Wars. Going into the competition, he thought, "This is what I do and I thought, I’m going to have fun doing it." His positive attitude—and his recipe for banana-rum cupcakes with peanut-butter buttercream frosting—paid off.
The recognition came as a hefty endorsement for the brand-new owner of the former Di Monda Bakery. Mincher recently bought out the business with his dad and brother so that he could make cupcakes his way. Inside, customers find him doing exactly that, whipping together delicious cupcakes and other sweets such as cookies and fresh-baked breads. He decorates his creations with chunks of chocolate or cheerful frosting faces that seem to ask, "Do I look cute in this foil?"