When it comes to iconic food brands, Entenmann’s may just be a classic. And in honor of 125 years of sweet brilliance, they have partnered with Baked by Melissa for a very special treat.
If you are a fan of cupcakes, you probably already know about Baked by Melissa. After all, they are known for their mini cupcakes that are packed full of delicious flavor.
And when it comes to Entenmann’s, you know that they are the home of some of the greatest treats. We are talking about donuts, cookies, cakes, and more. Basically, if you are looking for a delicious baked treat, they have you covered.
So knowing that these two brands are iconic in their own ways, it just makes sense for them to team up to celebrate 125 years of Entenmann’s. And what better way to do that than with three flavors of iconic Baked by Melissa cupcakes, inspired by some of the best treats released by Entenmann’s?
Entenmann’s and Baked by Melissa team up for a special anniversary collaboration
According to the press email that we received, the three flavors of mini Baked by Melissa cupcakes are:
- Devil’s Food Crumb (This is my favorite donut flavor from Entenmann’s!)
- Chocolate Chip Cookie
- Party Cake
These mini cupcakes are available from Baked by Melissa from now through the end of August. And you will want to get them while supplies last! They are available in two sizes, a 25 pack and a six pack. The 25 pack can be purchased both online and in stores, while the six pack needs to be purchased in store only. You can get the 25 pack here.
If you are a fan of either of these companies, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy some amazing, sweet treats. And if you’re anything like us, and you love them both, then this is what sweet foodie dreams are made of. We are obsessed with all three flavors of mini cupcakes, and we can only hope that these two brands choose to collaborate again in the future.
What do you say fellow guilty eaters? Are you excited for this collaboration? Will you be buying a bunch of mini cupcakes to spoil yourself with and to celebrate 125 years of Entenmann’s?