By Nicole Cormier
Cupcakes have been a delightful sweet treat for generations, but lately, these mini cakes have become a pop culture phenomenon, and countless boutiques, television shows, and even artwork have been dedicated to the delicious little morsels. Right in the heart of Beverly Hills, Sprinkles Cupcakes claims to be the world’s first cupcake bakery, and the shop’s handcrafted and beautiful items are a favorite among celebrities and locals alike.
There is an inherent romance involved with the cupcake –– maybe it’s the dainty size or perhaps it’s the delicate decorations, but whatever it is, giving or eating cupcakes can be a great way to express your love for a person. Sprinkles Cupcakes offers delivery and also many locations nationwide, with five in Southern California, but for an ideal date, visit the flagship store in Beverly Hills. Your special someone will adore devouring one of Sprinkles’ delicious cakes, made with only the finest ingredients. From banana and chai latte to peanut butter chocolate, there is a flavor that will delight your taste buds. Feeling adventurous? Try the maple-bacon cupcake, which features smoky bacon in a Madagascar Bourbon vanilla cake topped with maple cream cheese frosting. Sprinkles even bakes sugar-free doggie cupcakes you can take home to your pooch!
When traveling to Beverly Hills, refined taste is required. Express yours in a 2013 SLK250 Roadster from Mercedes-Benz of Encino and arrive at Sprinkles Cupcakes in style.
Nicole Cormier has a large and diverse family that lives all over the country, and has had the opportunity to see every state in the union while visiting them. As a freelance writer and editor she has the freedom to experience the world and partake in her beloved passions all while writing about it.
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