So, at this point many cities have many delectable yummy cupcake bakeries. But what do you do if you don’t live in one of those cities, or if you want to make a gift of cupcakes to someone far away. Cupcakes are fragile little things after all.
Answer: you turn to Cupcakes in a Jar. Yes, the same Cupcakes in Jars where I got the wonderful peanut butter truffles. Not only does Danielle have an etsy site, but she just launched her own website. As you can see from the picture above, the cupcake is packed in a little cup made of recyclable plastic, which is then packed into a cute little white gift box. My Vanilla Coconut Cupcake arrived in perfect shape – honestly, if I hadn’t made the mistake to make it spend the night in the fridge, it would have been perfect, but too much time in a very cold fridge dried out the poor little cupcake a bit. Don’t get me wrong, it was still very tasty – just don’t do what I did.
The array of flavors is wonderfully dizzying – when I was picking mine (thank you Danielle for gifting me with a lovely cupcake in a jar! All I had to do was pick the flavor) I really had trouble choosing. Finally, I decided I had been craving coconut cake, so I went with Vanilla Coconut, but the Boston Creme and the White Satin Cake Cup were really tempting too.
So next time you want a cupcake treat in your mailbox or sent directly to a friend, and be sure that the cupcakes will arrive in perfect shape, try Cupcakes in a Jar.
Picture by City Girl