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For several years now, cupcake boutiques have started popping up, and they must be doing swift and prosperous business, because they’re not going anywhere, and are starting to expand their operations – one no longer has to venture into trendy areas with tricky-to-find on-street parking to find these shops, they’re starting to appear in regular malls, and more suburban type shopping complexes.
When I first heard about these places, I wondered what kind of market there was for cupcakes. Clearly, there is a pretty big one. Since the stores have gotten more accessible, I’ve also had the opportunity to see some of these gourmet fancy cupcakes in person.
Yes, they are pretty. They are fairly large, considering they’re cupcakes, and they have an impressive mountain of icing on top, artfully and delicately swirled. I’ll be honest – they are really, really tempting treats.
I’ve never bought one for myself, though. In my mind, it seemed silly to spend something on the order of $3 for a single cupcake, no matter how decadent the thing appears. After all, I can make a batch of two dozen cupcakes at home for probably just over $3. Sure, that requires more time and effort, and they’re small, and I don’t bother with an icing bag for the full fancy swirl on top – mostly I feather the icing on with a butter knife, thicker than my mother does, but not as thick as these shops do, and then toss some candy sprinkles on top. So they’re not as big. That just means I get to eat two.
But it’s been a long time since I’ve made cupcakes. When you make a batch of two dozen, that means that suddenly there are 24 cupcakes in your home that need to be eaten in a fairly limited time frame. Eating six cupcakes in a single day is not something I want to be admitting I’ve done in my lifetime, so I haven’t made cupcakes for a while.
A little over a week ago, someone bought one of these fancy gourmet cupcakes for me, as a treat, and, well, it’s sort of been on my mind ever since. It was a red velvet cupcake, with cream cheese frosting on top, and it was pretty decadent. I was a very happy girl as I munched on that cupcake. So happy that I’ve been entertaining thoughts of venturing out to the shop to buy a single cupcake just for me, as a treat for successfully existing.
The thing is, and this is a big part of why I haven’t stepped foot into that shop yet, I know myself. I know that these places charge a smaller fee per cupcake if you buy more than one during your visit. Buying a half dozen nets you a small discount, buying a full dozen nets you a bit more. The place my red velvet cupcake came from does three levels of savings, with the lowest per-cupcake price being on orders of four dozen or more – I believe it worked out to something like $2.15 per cupcake, as opposed to the singleton price of $2.95. I am exactly the type of person who will buy something in bulk if possible if this means getting a better price on individual units, though perhaps common sense will kick in and tell me that 48 cupcakes is really way, way too many cupcakes for a two or three day period.
Still. I’d want to buy at least a half dozen, probably a dozen. Just for me. And we’re right back in that place where I’m shamefully admitting to having eaten six cupcakes in a day. Only now, they’re not the smallish, homemade variety, they’re the deluxe jumbo store-bought variety.
I’d by lying if I said I wasn’t tempted to do it anyway.
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