So the cupcakes are quite good—I really liked the slightly chewy cake part of the s’mores one and the little lightly browned marshmallows on top of some chocolate icing that were sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs. I think the full sized s’mores cupcakes are slightly different than these little mini ones (I think they are filled), but I liked that these were sort of like one big bite. This one was my favorite I think.
The all chocolate one was quite rich and the cake was very moist. It was covered with a chocolate ganache frosting and was thoroughly enjoyed by my daughter (I thought she might cry when I asked her to share a bit of it).
The “sweet milk” cupcake was very unusual and I enjoyed it as well. It is a vanilla cake that is soaked in 3 kinds of milk—not just moist, but actually juicy—by the time we got home it was leaking a little bit. It was topped with marshmallow fluff frosting and topped with a cherry. Really unique and seriously, you can’t get a moister cupcake. I like that they have so many unusual flavors and offer many of them all the time (usually just a few on display at a time).
I have been back once to get my daughter another chocolate one, and both times the staff (the second time it was the Chef herself) were extremely kind and helpful in making selections. My son has a nut allergy and the Chef went through each one telling me the ingredients.
Like I said, I haven’t really been to most of the other cupcakeries in town, but I like this one, and it is probably the closest to my house. But I know a lot of you know more about this than I do, so please tell me which places you like and why.
2101 Broad Ripple Ave