Dessert-shrinking technology gave us the cupcake, the baked rhode island, and the gingerbread studio apartment. Nibble a little with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $18 for one dozen regular or specialty cupcakes (up to a $27 value) with delivery (a $10 value; up to a $37 total value)
- $30 for two dozen regular or specialty cupcakes (up to a $54 value) with delivery (a $10 value; up to a $64 total value)
Regular flavors include strawberry, carrot, vanilla, and coconut; specialty flavors include salted caramel, cookies and cream, and brownie fudge. See all the flavors here.
If you challenged Chanelle Hilliard to an arm-wrestling match, she’d probably win. That’s because Chanelle crafts all her sweet treats using a metal whisk instead of an electric mixer, just like her grandmother taught her. Chanelle’s bakery, Whisker's Cupcakes, was named after her grandmother's favorite baking tool and her own favorite dessert.
All cupcakes made at Whisker’s Cupcakes are crafted to be as sweet as possible, even the sugar-free flavors. Using the time-tested ingredients her grandmother baked with, Chanelle imbues each tiny treat with creative flavors, such as chocolate mint, which is topped with Andes mints and crowned with a mint-green buttercream. An Oreo fanatic, Chanelle is mad for her cookies and cream, and her grandmother’s Hummingbird recipe blends banana, pineapple, and pecan, with a swirl of vanilla cream-cheese frosting on top.
Chanelle also loves getting creative with seasonal assortments, such as the red velvet, chocolate, and vanilla trio she decorates with stars and stripes for the Fourth of July. New Year's cupcakes are infused with champagne and sing "Auld Lang Syne" when cut in half, while a Mother's Day combo brings together chocolate and coconut cupcakes with frosted messages such as "I love you, Mom," or "The station wagon needs gas."