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Food I Ate Fridays - Midnite Confectioners Cupcakery



My little brother’s girlfriend, Nikki has been raving about this place.  I love cupcakes, so it felt like a natural choice for her to take me there while I was home!  Sometimes people hype up places and when you finally get there you do not understand what all the fuss was about, but that was NOT the case with this place.  It lived up the hype and then some!  The flavor combinations were spot on, the presentation was fantastic, and the cupcakes were absolutely delicious.

We tried 1) Black Velvet, 2) Gingerbread, 3) Brownie Sundae, and 4) Butter Pecan – They were moist and dense.  They melted in your mouth and made every calorie worth it.  Honestly, it was the best cupcake I have ever eaten!  I haven’t stopped thinking about it, and it has been a month.

The place was quaint with a small counter with high top chairs you can sit at to eat.  The black and silver décor was subtle and really showcased the cupcakes as all that got attention in the entire place.  The smells in the bakery were to die for - soft and homey.  Everything was so fresh, and I loved that there was no bakery case of pre-made cupcakes.  They are made to order.  What a wonderful business model.  High quality products with family friendly service.

I wish I could afford to cater cupcakes from them for my wedding!  Maybe I'll splurge! You should check them out, and if you are ever in the Baltimore area, head over and try one. 

You will not regret it :)



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