Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Crumbs Bake Shop

My latest favourite TV show is Cupcake Wars on the Food Network. Amazing what you can do with a cupcake! Then I remembered I went to Crumbs when I was in New York City last year. How about we go on a tour together?


First off, let's open the door. Check out the funky handles.


First up. The all-American red, white and blue sprinkled cupcakes, with chocolate and vanilla frosting options.


There are fancy, shmancy pink and purple rose cupcakes.


My personal favourite: Red velvet!


These peanut butter cup cup cakes (get it) look like little radioactive bites.


These PB & J's look like they have cookies pressed into the sides of them. Hmmm.


Neon-coloured lemon and strawberry. I feel like getting out my paints.


Love these little green numbers.


These multi-coloured cakes are called Good Guy. Wonder why? Love how they look.


Never been a big fan of raw cookie dough, but everyone else seems to be. What am I missing?


Caramel apple; now there's something I could sink my teeth into.


I'd have these cappuccino cupcakes with a cup of, er, cappuccino natch.


These candy cupcakes are so silly and fun, covered with m&ms. I'm inspired to bake now. Or paint. Or both!

7 comments:

Marcia said...

Cute! I remember the store.. but the calorie count beside each price tag is a bit of a deterrent, no?

And yours are classier...

Lauren said...

That blog post has the largest calorie count Ive ever experienced! lol That was inspiring, now I want to go make some cupcakes for my breakfast!

Addison Dewitt said...

I'm having an cupcake orgasm...

Jennifer said...

That looks like heaven...cupcake heaven! The caramel apple looks wonderful...yum! I loved your post!!! have a super day!

texastrailerparktrash said...

I agree with Marcia! Your cupcakes are classier and way more creative.

Calorie counts be damned! I'll take one of each. :)

Jack D'Mestiere said...

They're "Crumbs" compared to you, Rouge!

Knatolee said...

I love the door handles!

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