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What You'll Get
Cupcakes make the perfect snack, as they're easy to eat without silverware and are small enough to sneak into job interviews. Snack like you mean business with today's Groupon: for $16, you get one dozen cupcakes at Sweet Dreams in Colma (a $33 value).
Every morning, the wide-awake bakers at Sweet Dreams whisk together high-quality ingredients to produce fresh, fancy cupcake flavors such as cookies 'n' cream and cinnamon carrot. Adding even more decadence to traditional red velvet, the Choco Velvet tops sweet scarlet cake with chocolate ganache and a dollop of sweet cream cheese. The Almond Joy emulates its namesake and the contents of most glove compartments with a coconut base, almond pieces, and a swirl of chocolate ganache. The dessert makers also realize customer concoctions, allowing guests to mix and match cakes, fillings, and frostings to form the best color combinations for splattering onto their least favorite neighbors' garages.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Reservations recommended. 24 hours in advance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sweet Dreams Bakery
The bakers at Sweet Dreams Bakery know it takes more than just fresh ingredients to produce their tasty treats—it also takes imagination. That's why they form their customized apple-spice and cookies-and-cream cakes into the shape of cartoonish robots, realistic-looking iPhones, and elegant designs that match wedding themes. They apply this level of attention to detail to their cookies, tarts, cheesecakes, and other creations, too: 12 cupcake flavors, including red velvet and caramel apple, take the form of Hello Kitty! designs and hamburgers. While Sweet Dreams Bakery's desserts may be fleeting, the consideration the company shows its customers is not. Bakers treat their wedding clients to a complimentary cake on the couple's one-year anniversary, and they also play their wedding song using instruments that only make silent music.