When it comes to holiday shopping for the bakers in my life, I have so much fun picking out the perfect cupcake-themed presents. From signs they can hang up at home or in their shop, to jewelry, cookbooks, and everything in between, it’s just soooo much fun!
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Unless you already have more business than you can handle, and you don’t want to grow your bakery any more than you have already – then you have a goal of attracting more customers to come in and buy your cupcakes and treats.
One of the best ways to do that is to make sure that you have set up your Google My Business listing. Since your bakery has a physical store front, and your ideal customers are local in your area, this free tool from Google can be a huge help!
I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to meet Roland Mesnier at the Cake Fair in just a couple of weeks! Among his multiple accomplishments, he is most famously known for his 25 year service as pastry chef at the White House. He served his amazing creations to 5 different administrations and is responsible for starting the holiday gingerbread house tradition that is still happening even after his retirement.
Charging a fair price for your cupcakes is an essential part of running a cupcakery. Unfortunately, this is something we hear from a lot of customers that they are struggling with.
After writing about the $750 Golden Cupcake I decided I just had to see what other high-priced pastries and expensive desserts were being created in the world. Some of the ones I found weren’t too surprising… they were basically the normal dessert dishes but with gems, expensive alcohols, or edible gold added to them to increase their value and prestige.
Yes, you read the title of this article right! In Las Vegas, you can enjoy a decadently rich $750 cupcake. It’s called the “Decadence D’or” and is served at the Venetian and Palazzo resorts.
So I don’t know about you, but I am definitely nerding out more than a little at the fact that our booth will be in the same building with a baking legend like Buddy Valastro.
I’m still having a hard time wrapping my head around why a Cupcake ATM would be successful, but this unique way to satisfy your sweet tooth is gaining traction across the US.
There are tons of articles floating around the internet that take a deeper dive into our personalities by looking at what our favorite food choices are. But I think my all-time favorite has to be when the founding sisters of Georgetown Cupcake and DC Cupcakes spoke to Reader’s Digest.
I don’t know if it’s the weather cooling down a little, or the kiddos heading back to school, or just being brainwashed by big media … but every fall, I start craving traditional flavors, like nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice, and cinnamon.