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By on Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Sprinkles Bakery Gives Away Free Cupcakes to Arizona Cardinal Fans

By on Thursday, January 21st, 2010

The Arizona Cardinal fans in Scottsdale were in for sweet treat this weekend. The renowned bakery Sprinkles Cupcakes, which is probably responsible for the present cupcake revolution in the country, gave away free Cupcakes to the Arizona Cardinal fans.

They gave away Red Velvet Cupcakes (their most famous creation) which were renamed as Cardinals Red Velvet cupcakes for the day. The fans were asked to come wearing the teams jersey or hat to pick up their sweet present, on January 16th.

Even though the bakery was first opened in Scottsdale, it has now branches in Palto Alto, Newport Beach and Dallas. Two new stores in Houston and Chicago will be opening very soon.

The bakery offers cupcakes for $3.25 each and has two dozen different flavors. Take your pick from flavors like Chocolate coconut, Peanut Butter Chip, Ginger Lemon and many more flavors.

Help for Haiti via Tiny Hands & Little Cupcakes

By on Thursday, January 21st, 2010

She is hardly bigger than a cupcake herself, but her heart is much bigger than many people on the face of the earth. A 4 year old girl from Louisville, KY is motivating people to help the earth quake victims in Haiti by baking cupcakes.

Little Ella Cordrey saw the devastation in the island country on TV. She, along with her parents decided to do something to help the victims. They are now baking cupcakes and selling them to people. The proceeds will go to the victims of the earth quake. The response has been astounding.  They started with just 20 cupcakes, but now they have baked over 180 cupcakes.

They have raised over $600 so far. They will donate all this money to a group called World Vision who is helping orphans in Haiti and in other poor countries.

Fifth Grader Raises $1000 for Charity by Baking Cupcakes

By on Monday, January 18th, 2010

The fifth graders of Newfield Elementary School have done something that most of can’t even imagine. They raised more than $1,000 for charity. The event was planned by Evan Hyman, a fifth grade student who lost his father to cancer last December. The teachers, students and parents, all chipped in to bake the cupcakes. The money raised from this event will go to the Richard Rosenthal Hospice Residence in Stamford.

Evan Hyman’s father Howard Hyman who was 42 years old had spent the last days of his life at Hospice. His family wanted to raise money for the hospital to mark the one year anniversary of his tragic death. Evan thought of this idea when he was competing for the post of president of student council of the school.

He said that the Hospice took very good care of his father and he wanted to give something back to them. If you also want to donate money to Evan’s fund, contact Hospice Care of Southwestern CT.

Craving a Cupcake? Go online

By on Monday, January 18th, 2010

Who says that luxury items are always big and expensive? There are some luxury items that you can enjoy with your friends without burning a hole in your pocket. St. Cupcake which is a small bakery in Portland, Oregon is one such luxury.

The cupcakes from this bakery are unbelievably popular. The cupcakes are available in wide range of flavors and are made in home baking style. Plus, you can get these home delivered to you or send them to your friends and family as present too. The owner of bakery Jami Curl got the idea to deliver the cupcakes via mail order when many of her customers suggested that they would like to send them to their friends and family. They have now launched online deliver of their cupcakes.

You can choose your favourite flavor, icing, and color of the sprinkle etc. on the net. Basically, you can design your own cupcake and create your own unique taste. The bakery offers all kinds of flavors from vanilla to pumpkin spice and carrot.

Bleeding Heart Bakery Bakes Cupcakes To Help Haiti

By on Friday, January 15th, 2010

The recent earthquake in Haiti has had a real affect on everybody’s mind, body and soul. We all want to help the victims of this tragedy. And the Bleeding Heart Bakery is doing their bit by cooking cupcakes to help raise money for the people of Haiti.

The bakery will cook up special cupcakes in coconut, banana and pineapple flavors. The owners of the bakery wanted to their bid for the victims and have decided to sell these special cupcakes this weekend. All the proceeds from this sale will go to Red Cross in the aid of the earthquake victims. The cupcakes are priced at $3 per cake.

So, go to the Bleeding Heart Bakery and purchase as many cupcakes as you can. They are not only delicious, but also have a type of goodness and kindness attached to them.

Cupcakes Explosion in Auburn

By on Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Ready for the cupcake explosion?  Each year in the months of January, May and October, the Taylor’s Bakery in Auburn, Alabama creates 20 distinct flavors of cupcakes. The bakery bakes about 50 dozens of cupcakes for the January explosion, but for the other two months, the scale is increased to 120 dozens.

The event in January is celebrated to welcome the students back in the town.  Jan Taylor, who is the founder of the bakery says that through this event, they want to show the people that their bakery is much more than just a bake shop.

She says, “It’s about a three day event in the kitchen. This morning, when we put them in the case it was like, ‘Whew, we can breathe!’” The thirteen year old event has been a part of the bakery’s calendar ever since it opened. Taylor says that even though she loves the classic cupcakes flavors, but she also likes to add innovative tastes to the menu.


Taylor’s Bakery and Coffehouse
132 N College St
Auburn, AL 36830 – Map
(334) 502-1112