Magnolia Bakery’s cupcakes may not have the incredible price tag as some of the others. But the bakery was popularized by Carrie Bradshaw and has earned the right to charge $24 for a half dozen - a hefty price tag for a domestic bakery.
Even the people of Australia are getting on board with the expensive cupcake trend. Crave Cupcake’s maple bacon cupcake clocks in at $45 a pop and is adorned with a golden Champagne macaron.
Sprinkles Bakery is one of the premiere cupcake spots, often thought of as the first cupcake bakery in Los Angeles. That allows them to charge a hefty price - $39 a dozen - for a drop in corner bakery.
The Golden Phoenix cupcake debuted in Dubai and clocks in at 645 British pounds - over $1,000 U.S. dollars. It is wrapped in 23 carat gold and is made with flour that is imported from Italy. The entire thing is also completely edible.
When Food Network does something, they do it right. Their Luxe Gold cupcake is filled with peach and champagne jam and has a dollop of buttercream made with Chateau Yquem. It’s also wrapped in 24 carat gold leaf and is guarded by a velvet rope and personal body guard. Considering it is values at $1,227.70, we cannot say we blame them!
Cupcakes can also, apparently, be couture. Food Network UK is at it again with their cupcake dress, made from 300 of the tiny treats. The price tag? $1,257.00
Women who ordered this Valentine’s Day treat were met with an exciting surprise. The red