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Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes

One Dozen Delivered Cupcakes or Cupcake Party for 20 People from Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes (Up to 60% Off)

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Highlights

Mobile bakery’s unique cupcakes include french toast with candied bacon, rum, and sweet potato with pecans and caramel-marshmallow frosting

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About This Deal

Cupcakes are a convenient wedding-cake alternative at high-security movie-star weddings, where you're not permitted to have a knife. Have a celeb-ration with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $19 for a dozen gourmet cupcakes with delivery (a $40 value)
  • $25 for one dozen Extreme or cocktail cupcakes with delivery (a $50 value)
  • $99 for an Ultimate cupcake party for 20 people (a $250 value)

Gourmet options include the Bob Marley, a pound-cake cupcake lavished with a lemon whipped frosting, and the Marvin Gaye, a black-and-white cupcake with cream-cheese frosting and Oreo cookie crumbles. Sweet Jonez also bakes a menu of Extreme cupcakes, which include buffalo chicken and french toast, and cocktail cupcakes, infused with flavors such as pink moscato and rum.

The Ultimate cupcake party includes setup and delivery of up to seven gourmet cupcake flavors, homemade cherry limeade, cups, plates, and napkins.

Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes

When asked how to make a great cupcake, Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes founder Jasmine Crowe doesn't list the ingredients—though she uses fresh strawberries and Hershey's chocolate—or brag how every one of her sweet treats is made from scratch. "Every single time we go in [the kitchen], we have music," she says. "We listen to oldies. We feel good while we're making the cupcakes."

Music and cupcakes are a natural pairing for Jasmine. She hails from a musical family ("My sister's name is Marley, after Bob Marley," she says) and she's always loved to bake. Good vibrations permeate every aspect of her business. When she and her friendly staff bring their cupcake truck to events such as birthdays and bar mitzvahs, they play crowd-pleasing hits such as Prince’s “Purple Rain,” a perfect soundtrack for eating one of the bakery’s grape-soda-infused Prince cupcakes. All of their creations have musical names, such as the Elvis, topped with Reese's Pieces, and the Chuck Berry, for which Jasmine uses two dozen strawberries for every one dozen cupcakes.

More than 100 varieties pack the bakery’s flavor roster, including cocktail cupcakes infused with spirits, and Extreme cupcakes such as the buffalo-chicken cupcake, topped with blue-cheese frosting. And even when being served from a rolling kitchen, cupcake catering orders look as good as they taste. "Service and presentation is everything for us," she says.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must order 48hr in advance. Valid only for 2 flavors. Extra $10 fee for delivery outside 15mi of 5025 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes

When asked how to make a great cupcake, Sweet Jonez Rocking Cupcakes founder Jasmine Crowe doesn't list the ingredients—though she uses fresh strawberries and Hershey's chocolate—or brag how every one of her sweet treats is made from scratch. "Every single time we go in [the kitchen], we have music," she says. "We listen to oldies. We feel good while we're making the cupcakes."

Music and cupcakes are a natural pairing for Jasmine. She hails from a musical family ("My sister's name is Marley, after Bob Marley," she says) and she's always loved to bake. Good vibrations permeate every aspect of her business. When she and her friendly staff bring their cupcake truck to events such as birthdays and bar mitzvahs, they play crowd-pleasing hits such as Prince’s “Purple Rain,” a perfect soundtrack for eating one of the bakery’s grape-soda-infused Prince cupcakes. All of their creations have musical names, such as the Elvis, topped with Reese's Pieces, and the Chuck Berry, for which Jasmine uses two dozen strawberries for every one dozen cupcakes.

More than 100 varieties pack the bakery’s flavor roster, including cocktail cupcakes infused with spirits, and Extreme cupcakes such as the buffalo-chicken cupcake, topped with blue-cheese frosting. And even when being served from a rolling kitchen, cupcake catering orders look as good as they taste. "Service and presentation is everything for us," she says.