An investment group is forking over $6.5-million for the failed cupcake chain. They’re hoping to find sweet success by offering a wider variety of treats that will include vegan and gluten-free options.
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A representative for Crumbs could not immediately say how many workers were affected or how many stores it had remaining on its last day.
The Crumbs Bake Shop closed all of its locations at the end of business Monday night, a manager told CBS 2.
Looking for a sweet Hoboken treat? Skip the line at Carlo’s Bakery and feast on these breads and pastries found all over the city.
After you’ve visited the world’s largest entirely edible gingerbread village, currently on view at New York Hall of Science, head to one of the bakeries or restaurants below for the city’s best gingerbread treats.
The latest specialty dessert shop to hit the Big Apple is The Treat House, a so-called “crisped rice treat emporium,” devoted to selling creative versions of a childhood favorite, the Rice Krispy Treat.
In honor of our first anniversary, Carousel Cakes in Nanuet sent over some delicious cupcakes, personalized for The Couch, and our friends at Sugar and Plumm on the Upper West Side also delivered some goodies!
Based on the outpouring of nostalgia sparked by its demise, Hostess is expecting a blockbuster return next month for Twinkies and other sugary treats, such as CupCakes and Donettes. The company says the cakes will taste the same but that the boxes will now bear the tag line “The Sweetest Comeback In The History Of Ever.”
Whatever your interest, you can find a tour in New York City that feeds it – in some cases, literally so.
The dietary restriction doesn’t mean you have to swear off baked goods – especially if you live in New York City. We hit the streets to find the city’s best gluten-free treats, sweets and desserts.
Easter Sunday is coming up. Forget dying eggs! Lauren Salkeld, senior editor at Epicurious.com, stopped by the CBS 2 studios to cook up a unique Easter treat.
From fancy booze-infused treats to classic cookies, these St. Patrick’s Day goodies will have you feeling lucky – whether you’re Irish or not.
When people think of St. Patrick’s Day they think of corned beef, Irish soda bread and beer. So why not shake things up a bit by making some super easy and super delicious Stout and Baileys Cupcakes?
The Girl Scouts are celebrating their 100th anniversary here in New York. Chef Brett Reichler of Bill’s Bar & Burger is celebrating by making cupcakes with their Samoa cookies.