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Review: Abby Girl Cupcakes

Today's choice is cupcakes from Abby Girl Sweets.


While at the St Patrick's day parade my sister had the brilliant notion to stop by Abby Girl for some cupcakes. it was a great idea because these cupcakes are amazing!






Abby girl is a little cup cake boutique in the Hilton Netherlands building. They pride themselves on offering cupcakes made from scratch with all natural ingredients. I got a strawberry blast and a strawberry delight for my son. My wife got a red velvet (she ate it before I could photograph it.)


The cupcakes were delicious. They were incredibly moist and sweet. They had a great strawberry zestiness to them. The icing was sweet but not overbearingly so. It tasted buttery and light and a good compliment to the flavorful cupcake.


I have to say I prefer the strawberry blast to the strawberry delight cupcake, although I am not sure what the difference is in the two. The strawberry blast had a stronger fruity flavor, which I will assume was intentional with a name like strawberry blast.


I give the experience 4.5 out of 5 broken eggs.

They were moist and flavorful cupcakes. The price was a little steep at $2.75 a piece but Abby Girl is definitely a sweet treat to indulge once in a while. I follow them on Facebook and they change the menu frequently and offer a special cupcake every week. I highly recommend you try them out. I will warn you that they are on the outside of the building, and that if you aren't paying close attention you could walk right past their shop.



For more about Abby Girl Sweets:


Address:
Abby Girl Sweets 

41 W. 5th St 

CincinnatiOH 45202

Phone: 513-335-0898
Hours: 
Tue - Fri:11:00 am-6:00 pm
Sat:11:00 am-4:00 pm
Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cincinnati-OH/Abby-Girl-Sweets-cupcakery/275617193344  
Website: http://www.abbygirlsweets.com/ 

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