By now, you all probably know that we love Kupcakes & Co., located in Elkridge, MD. One of the reasons (other than their amazing cupcakes), is they are committed to giving back to the community. Staying true to their commitment, for the month of February they created a special cupcake called Team Fight to support the Ulman Cancer Fund.
Here is how Team Flight cupcakes are described on their Facebook page:
“These cupcakes are a delicious blueberry cupcake with a tangy lemon buttercream icing! Through the entire month of February we will be offering them every Saturday in our store. They can also be ordered by the dozen any day of the week. Kupcakes & Co. will be donating 50% of the sales of this cupcake back to the Ulman Cancer Fund. Stop by tomorrow and try our amazing cupcake that helps gives back to a wonderful foundation!”
This cupcake is already a must try since 50% of the purchase supports a good cause, but it is also a must try because it’s actually a really tasty cupcake. The nice citrusy lemon complements the sweet blueberry so well that I will be sad to see this flavor combination go when February is over. (I’m secretly hoping that they will bring it back. It would be a PERFECT summer flavor!)
The cupcake is only available by order for a little while longer and it’s only available one more Saturday! So get yourself over to Kupcakes & Co. to try it! Enjoy its yumminess and give to charity at the same time. It’s a win-win situation!
While you are there (if you go before noon) you also MUST try their coffee and breakfast treats!
I know this is a cupcake blog, but on my most recent trip there I had the chance to try a delightful cup of coffee and two different biscotti flavors, Orange Chocolate and Cinnamon Hazelnut. The coffee was simple and smooth. Exactly what I needed to start my morning off. Then I tried the biscotti and I was amazed. I’ve never made biscotti and can’t imagine what goes into making it, but Kupcakes & Co. does it very well! It somehow had the tough crumbly texture you would expect from biscotti, but remained soft and somewhat moist at the same time. It’s hard to explain, so you’ll have to go there and try it for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!
– Posted by Cupcake Crusader, Stacy (Baltimore, MD)
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