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Twelve Cupcakes: From Celebrities With Love


Cupcakes are on the rise, and especially the perfect Best Friend Forever for ladies on a dreamy off day. The reason is quite simple. These sweet things in life are getting prettier and prettier by the day, not to forget by the new bakeries as well.

Twelve Cupcakes was set up by Singapore celebrity couple Daniel Ong and Jaime Teo. Why the number 12, it’s because Daniel Ong loves bowling, and 12 pins down indicates a strike. There are also 12 holes in a baking tray. Jaime mainly comes out with new flavors and bakes the cupcakes as well. The celebrity factor is not the only reason why it has become a hit among locals recently.

I wouldn’t say that the cake part of their cupcakes are anything special, they are just plainly light without much sweetness. The trophy to Twelve Cupcakes would be their cream cheeses on the cupcakes. Their cream is not just any useless, just for display, fattening lump of calories.

I felt that the Peanut Butter cupcake was quite substantial, I especially loved the peanut butter, it was just the right peanut butter for me. Now I wonder if I can get it in a jar to scoop some for every meal…

Meanwhile, the Vanilla Chocolate cupcake was a lighter and plain one, but with a sweeter and cheesier vanilla topping.

A best seller to try would be the Red Velvet Cupcake which is its most prominent and familiar cupcake you’ll ever hear about. Sweet vanilla cream cheese piled atop a muffin of moist red velvet cake. Sweet and classic.

The Baileys Cupcake was of light milk chocolate cream which was easy to finish off casually.

And finally, the Rum & Raisin was based on a light vanilla cupcake with a tinge of rum in it.

While the cupcakes may be smaller and a little pricier at $3 each and at $3.50 for special flavors, I barely hear any whining or complaints of overpricing and under-performing. A half dozen of cupcakes comes at $17 while a dozen at $33. Another deal is that you can get customised cupcakes for any event from them too (Only available at Millennia Walk). Be it custom decorations, different colors of cream cheese, printing words or logos on the cupcakes, they’re all available for you to select. The stall at Millennia Walk comes with a small and relaxing dining area to have your cupcakes which I thought was great.

101 Thomson Road

#B1-60 United Square

Singapore 307591

9 Raffles Boulevard

#01-52 Millennia Walk

Singapore 039596

50 Market Street

#01-28B Golden Shoe Carpark

Singapore 048940

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Auntie Anne’s: Addicted to Pretzels


At first it just tastes great, and you want it more and more.

At last it still tastes great so you buy some more.

Auntie Anne’s has been in Singapore for several years and although the hype about their pretzels is becoming less and less obvious, I believe that they still sell the best pretzels in Singapore. Pretzels are getting out of food trends as the years go by but people still love to have them as a snack, here and there.

The best way to eat pretzels would be with your hands. Don’t hesitate, they will be twice as yummy.

The Almond Pretzel was sweet, and it tastes equally good with or without the caramel dipping sauce given.

The Parmesan Cheese Pretzel, on the other hand, was much softer and fluffier than the almond pretzel. You can taste a few traces of cheese but it would definitely be better if the cheese could taste a much more distinct, cheesier taste.

Besides that, their pretzel dogs are signature too. Their baked goods are pretty fresh, the ones you get would be just or if not, a little time out from the oven.

I got a shock when I found out that pretzels are actually high in calories. You mean the few flavoured pieces of dough could add up to so much?! But heck that, it won’t stop me from munching on pretzels. A price of around $3 and more for just a pretzel may seem a little daunting to pay, but it’s worth it.

Suntec City

5 Temasek Boulevard

Suntec City Mall #02-82

Singapore 38985

Other outlets include the ones at Plaza Singapura, Great World City, Parkway Parade and Tampines Mall.
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