Sweet Cupcakes from San Francisco

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Clockwise from left: key lime ginger, coconut, red velvet

Mini-cupcakes from a place called Sweet in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood… They looked pretty and were certainly sweet (almost *too* sugary, even), but they weren’t heavy in the flavor department.

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  1. Rae says:

    Aww, adorable! The “hippest” cupcake shop in my city is called Flirt!, and though their cupcakes aren’t always as cute as these (though some are cuter!), they’re always absolutely delish.

    Key lime ginger, though. That sounds interesting…
    .-= Rae’s last blog post… Burt’s Bees — Replenishing my faith in lip balms! =-.

  2. A friend of mine just started her own cupcake business in the bay area….if you are every looking to get lots of cupcakes for a party, let me know! Her cupcakes are the perfect amount of sweet and are super cute!
    .-= Kajal Couture’s last blog post… Choosing a Makeup and Hair Artist for Your Big Day =-.

  3. Sonja says:

    Oh, my. This photo is lethal. Should I be glad or very sorry that we don’t have any cupcake shops in my country…

  4. Kate says:

    That coconut-topped one looks especially yummy! I now want to dash to my nearest bakery. Thanks, Karen! :D

  5. Erica says:

    Karen have you tried Kara’s cupcakes? They have a few locations in SF & their passionfruit cupcakes are OUT OF CONTROL!

  6. Rachael says:

    I know I’m making the boy stop at the bakery on the way home from University. I need a study pick me up now after looking at these!

  7. Scientific Housewife says:

    I want!

  8. diane says:

    they surely look yummy!
    .-= diane’s last blog post… Episode 2 of Mango goodies =-.

  9. Christy says:

    Mmm, cupcakes :) You’re making me think of making some cupcakes for Easter ;)
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