Pastries Deals in Boston
Like shredding incriminating documents into confetti, buying a great cake can turn a bad day into a party. Celebrate with this Groupon. $20 for $40 Worth of Cakes and Other Baked Goods The nut-free bakery sends out signature cakes, such as the 8-inch flourless chocolate-fudge cake ($52), as well as mini whoopie pies made entirely from scratch and filled with fluffy vanilla custard ($16 for a dozen). The tray of a dozen assorted European pastries includes white-chocolate-mousse cake, crispy apple squares, and key lime tarts ($45), and the Happy Birthday cake-pops bucket overflows with a dozen rainbow-sprinkle pops ($34.95). The ...
Dessert is the natural conclusion to a meal, much like an explosion is the natural conclusion to every community-theater production. Give your dinner an exciting finale with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $18 for one 8-inch cake or a selection of six pastries (a $36 value) $36 for two 8-inch cakes (a $72 value) The dessert menu includes chocolate and nonchocolate cakes, such as the Chocolate Symphony separated by three layers of Valrhona chocolate mousse or the blueberry cheesecake marbled with real blueberry purée. The pastry selection ranges from crème brûlée to lemon tarts to creamy tiramisu.
Just because Mother's Day has past doesn't mean you can't surprise your favorite lady with dessert. After all, isn't she the one who delights the family with her homemade (or expertly store-bought) holiday desserts? Show Mom how much you appreciate her with a post-Mother's Day surprise from CB Scoops. Here's the deal: One dozen ice-cream-infused cupcakes for $18 Scream for ice cream: CB Scoops serves up delicious Richardson's ice cream alongside decadent Hoff's Pastries. Their ice cream cupcakes combine rich ice cream with light, airy cake for a one-of-a-kind treat that everyone is sure to love. Quick and convenient: Call ahead to special order your cupcakes or simply stop by and pick some up right from the freezer. How can you Save? Learn how it works.
From its fried oysters to flaky roast pork puff pastries, Chinatown in Stoughton is lauded for its wide range of cholesterol-free Szechuan and Mandarin fare -- made with only 100% vegetable oil: $20 for $40 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks for two or more people $40 for $80 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks for four or more people Spareribs and diamond noodles -- loaded with fresh seafood -- are local faves
Coffee makes people crave baked goods, just as baked goods make people crave justice. Take a bite out of sweet, crumbly crime with this Groupon. $12 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Donuts, Pastries, and Coffee ($25 Value) A large coffee costs $2.50, a breakfast sandwich costs up to $3.75, and cupcakes are $1.25 each; a dozen donuts are $7.59.
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