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May 22, 2005

Cup–A–Cake — 'Cupcake container of the future'


And who am I to say the creators of this clever device are wrong?

    From the website:

    This unique, patented container will hold a frosted cupcake in place with protrusions positioned in such a way that the cupcake will not move within the container if bounced, jiggled, or turned upside down.

Can your cupcake container do that?


Didn't think so.

Invented by sisters Peggy McGinnis and Colleen Patrona of suburban Detroit, the device is perfectly sized to hold one cupcake — no more, no less.

Also works with muffins.

Comes in five colors.

$2.99 each here (cupcake not included).


Betcha can't buy just one.

[via the Washington Post]

May 22, 2005 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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