How to Eat 2 Cupcakes and Make It Look Like 1
Who said that you have to eat your cupcakes like muffins? Your cupcakes are an escape, not a controlled substance – how you eat them is your business! We have GREAT news for anyone who is willing to look beyond the cupcake norm, throw away cupcake politics, and take your cupcake experience back. What’s the news?
You can have more cupcake!
How to Eat Cupcakes Like a Pro
Introducing Cupcakes in Jars, your convenient excuse to eat 2 cupcakes and make it look like 1. Cupcakes in Jars pack more cake into your cup than any muffin pan ever could – 2 cupcakes per jar, to be exact. But that’s not all – we packed the icing in there, too. That’s right – you have been missing out on the maximum amount of cupcake in your life, you just didn’t know how to eat cupcakes. But it’s OK – we are here to fill in all of the holes.
Each jar from Cupcakes in Jars gives you the equivalent of 2 cupcakes, handmade and as decadent as any hot pan from the oven. However, Cupcakes in Jars lasts longer than your traditional cupcake – 10 days without refrigeration and up to 6 months if you freeze them. There is so much cupcake packed into these jars that you might actually need a bit longer to finish them!
Giving cupcakes as gifts just got a lot easier as well. Instead of smearing your decorative icing on the plastic during transport, simply give your loved one a 6 pack of Cupcakes in Jars with no hassle. Everything stays in place, and you don’t have to worry about the flavor getting lost with age!
Your mason jars are completely reusable and come with beautiful labeling. You can enjoy as much or as little of your cupcakes as you like at one time. One spoonful between meals as a snack or a full cupcake to get over a bad day – you are your own cupcake boss. Get your jars in 2 packs, 4 packs, or 6 packs for a full pan without any of the problems that come with pans.
You’re the boss here, and no one can tell you how to enjoy your desserts. Look – it is time to take your cupcake life back!
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