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Twelve Cupcakes (United Square)

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Founded by local celebrity couple Daniel and Jamie Teo in July 2011, Twelve Cupcakes has been growing rapidly in the midst of its success and strong support from its customers. The reason behind this support can be attributed to the freshly baked cupcakes that are handmade from scratch daily using quality gourmet ingredients. Cupcakes come in many flavours at Twelve Cupcakes, with everyday flavours like cookies and cream, red velvet, and salted caramel banana, and special daily flavours. The cupcakes are moist, fluffier and less sweet than less cupcakes, and are covered with a light smooth frosting. Today, Twelve Cupcakes has outlets not just in Singapore, but also in areas like Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taipei, and Manila.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 21:00

+65 65091255
$5 based on 29 submissions
Take Away (9 votes), High Tea (8 votes), After Work (4 votes)
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Lovely, moist cupcakes

I love these cupcakes! They are fluffy, soft and moist, and really satisfy the sweet cravings. But at the same time, they don't stuff you up. The flavours they bake are also interesting and the Daily Specials make me want to continuously return to check out what is available for the day.

My personal favourites are the Choc Chip and the Mudslide ones, because I love chocolate! But the salted caramel and banana caramel ones are also just as good.

For a more indepth review, check out my blog post:

http://www.prischew.com/food/light-and-fluffy-cupcakes-twelve-cupcakes-singapore-part-two/

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• 06 Aug 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Too much hype, not enough substance

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Most of these Cupcakes taste the same, there isn't really anything special about them. Not worth the price.
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• 20 Jul 2013 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

Lovely, moist cupcakes

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I love these cupcakes! They are fluffy, soft and moist, and really satisfy the sweet cravings. But at the same time, they don't stuff you up. The flavours they bake are also interesting and the Daily Specials make me want to continuously return to check out what is available for the day.

My personal favourites are the Choc Chip and the Mudslide ones, because I love chocolate! But the salted caramel and banana caramel ones are also just as good.

For a more indepth review, check out my blog post:

http://www.prischew.com/food/light-and-fluffy-cupcakes-twelve-cupcakes-singapore-part-two/
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• 18 Mar 2013 • 111 reviews • 1 follower

Twelve Cupcakes' cupcakes

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Pictures of Twelve Cupcakes - Very nice :http://mrupupup.blogspot.sg/2013/03/twelve-cupcakes-cupcakes.html

Mrupupup finally tried the Twelve Cupcakes! Mrupupup had the cupcake which was red velvet with very nice cream cheese on top (and a cute heart also). Thanks to a generous sponsor, Mrupupup could smell the other the cupcakes but could not eat. Haha! Could not take all the cupcakes if not friends would scold Mrupupup. Wa, Twelve Cupcake was really nice. Mrupupup thought cupcake was a simple food, but Twelve Cupcake was nice, fluffy, not too sweet and not oily, buttery (taste was just nice!). Noticed from the website each box of 6 costs $17 and $33 for a dozen, not really cheap though. Ok, more sponsors of Twelve Cupcakes please, Mrupupup would gladly eat the cupcakes up. Mrupupup would like to try the other flavours like chocolate, green tea, mocha, vanilla, and cookies & cream. Eating a cupcake just makes one Happy, did make Mrupupup delighted!
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