I’m writing this in a bit of sugar coma. Just returned from celebrating my grandma’s 93rd birthday (along with my brother-in-law’s, my husband’s, and my birthday too!), and if you’ve ever met my family you know that there is always plenty of food…specifically dessert.
Instead of everyone having their own, though, it’s usually a community plate of everyone sampling each different option. Tonight’s featured dessert was cupcakes- lots of them. Cupcakes 2 Remember are certainly worth remembering.
Yes, we had cookies & cream, pink lemonade, dreamsicle, Heath bar crunch, peanut butter kiss, chocolate od, and I think a Baileys one. I told you- we go big on desserts! But that’s not all…cake balls! Oreo, butterfinger, heath, and M&M. The one I was too full to try was the Fat Elvis: Banana, Chocolate Ganache & Peanut Butter Cream Cheese Frosting.
My son liked the M&M cake ball best, my daughter chose the chocolate od (incredible for a girl who doesn’t usually like chocolate), my husband liked the heath, and I was content with the cookies & cream.
Two friends opened Cupcakes 2 Remember in 2010 and they’ve acquired quite a following. With summer flavors like Pina Colada & Peach Mango Madness I can see why customers keep coming back for more. My daughter & I have been in their bakery on one other occasion for cupcakes, but they also have muffins, cinnamon rolls, and there were two other customers ordering cakes. I have a feeling that if my kid’s see the picture of their Blackhawks cake, I know what they’re choosing for birthday cakes this year!
Where do you go for a sweet treat?
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