Little Cupcakes, Melbourne

Are cupcakes boring? Times when the macaron craze came close to usurping the throne,  cronuts sweeping the world and who can forget frogurt. But there is something about being able to smash down a cute as a button mini-cake and to try more than one flavour in a sitting (unless you are eating a BTS cupcakes – they are a beast). So how does Little Cupcakes stack up?

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Teddy bear cupcake *swoon*. Just look at the tiny teddy fitted on top! Made from a dense chocolate cupcake and a sweet buttercream topping – although the most adorable looking one, the red velvet was my favourite. That dollop of cream cheese frosting just melts in the mouth and was so moresome.

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Teddy Bear and Red Velvet Cupcake

I think you guys can see a pattern on how I can’t resist the words salted caramel :( The icing for the salted caramel cupcake was quite buttery – it wasn’t really salted caramel or caramel. But never fear peanut butter cookie crumb cupcake to the rescue. It actually tasted like peanut butter :D Loved the moist, crumbly chocolate cupcakes – all fluffy and nice on the inside. It was like eating a hug.

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Salted Caramel and Peanut Butter Cupcake

For me, cupcakes are not boring – especially mini cupcakes that are adorable in size but that light, moist texture compared to normal sized cupcakes is hard to hate. If only I lived in Melbourne – I would just pop in to take a peek at Little Cupcake’s cute creations :)

Food: 3.5/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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Melbourne Series 2014

C and I went for an extreme food crawl through Melbourne for 4 days during the Adelaide Cup holiday. We thought we were smart going only on an Adelaide long weekend. We were not. It was Labour Day in Melbourne – luckily things were still open :) Here is a list of the places we ate at:

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