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…Is Now Sweeter With The New “Sweet Tooth Cupcakery”!

When did you fall in love with cupcakes?  I’m sure we all enjoyed them when we were little, but when did you start paying more attention to them? 

Was it when Martha Stewart featured her cupcakes on the cover of her wedding magazine, or are you like me who’s just always been a fan

With the cupcake craze going on right now, I’ve noticed more and more places opening cupcake shops.  Not all-around bakeries (which I love too), but actual cupcake shops.  

I believe there are several in the “Windy City“, but now the western suburbs of Chicago will soon have one too, thanks to the “Sweet Tooth Cupcakery“!

While the store itself has not opened yet, “Sweet Tooth Cupcakery” does currently offer delivery in the Chicagoland area. 

Whether you need to order a dozen for yourself, the office, or need to order several for a special occasion, their cupcakes are the perfect solution to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth!

Hosting a bridal shower or planning a wedding?  Why not order the “24 Carrot” cupcakes – their classic carrot cake cupcake with cream cheese frosting…yum!

The cupcakes are baked fresh daily, available in 20 different flavors, and stylishly decorated!  I look forward to trying their Chocolate Mousse, Peanut Butter Cup, Key Lime Pie and Banana Nutella flavors.  Check out their list…it all sounds so delicious!  Which ones will you choose?

To order or find out more, go to!


Written by Jaime

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