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Cupcakes in the burbs?

littlecmad Jan 27, 2014 03:49 AM

Not in the mood to make cupcakes this weekend so I'm wondering where I can get some GOOD fresh cupcakes in the suburbs (Northeast/Bucks).

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    Chefpaulo RE: littlecmad Jan 27, 2014 05:34 AM

    I recall a great little French pastry shop in a small strip mall on 532 between Holland and Newtown but I don't recall the name. May not be there anymore as this was 20 years ago. But,ohhh, did they make great stuff!

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      cwdonald RE: littlecmad Jan 27, 2014 06:50 AM

      Cmad .. you might try crosskeys bakery in doylestown. They also sell at the Stockton Farmers Market.

      Also, what if any has your experience been with Eat Cake in Frenchtown? I know they are only open Thursday-Sun. They have a facebook page with a listing of items, including cupcakes.

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        givemecarbs RE: littlecmad Jan 27, 2014 02:41 PM

        Alice in North Wales if it is not too far for you to drive, or maybe Baked on Main in souderton. I haven't been to Baked yet. Can't seem to find it, but people rave about it. There was a place in Doylestown too. It was called Let Them Eat Cake but now it is called something else. Same location though.

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          Velvet Elvis RE: givemecarbs Jan 28, 2014 06:46 AM

          I second the rec for Alice.

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            cwdonald RE: givemecarbs Jan 28, 2014 07:04 AM

            I am not sure if it is still there in Doylestown.

            Just north of town in Pipersville is the Lucky Cupcake Company. http://www.theluckycupcakecompany.com/ Full disclosure never have been.

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            bugablue13 RE: littlecmad Jan 28, 2014 06:58 AM

            Royersford may be a trek but Iced by Betsy is awesome!

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              cgarner RE: littlecmad Jan 28, 2014 01:06 PM

              I'm going to put in anothe rec for Alice in North Wales, they have some of the best baked good ever
              (while you're getting cup cakes, get a sea salt roll, or an aged gouda boule...neither will make it home)

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                arepo RE: littlecmad Jan 28, 2014 01:44 PM

                Run ... do not walk ... right here. (North Wales Pa.)

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                  dndicicco RE: littlecmad Jan 29, 2014 01:13 PM

                  My two favorites are colonial farms in washington crossing and I can second that other person's recommendation of Holland Bakery on Buck Road. Holland Bakery may be better and is so unassuming tucked away into a strip mall.

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