Surprise your family this Thanksgiving!

With Thanksgiving only three weeks away, most of us have already started our shopping lists. It’s usually never difficult to put a menu together; the lists usually include turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing and a gallon of gravy. And who can forget the traditional pumpkin pie for dessert?


But these days, families and friends love a little bit of variety, and who can blame them? Sometimes changing it up for a holiday gathering is a nice little treat. It’s even better when you can get your desserts and treats delivered, right?


That’s where the team at Cupcake Dropoff comes in, we’re here to give you some amazingly delicious holiday treats that can be delivered right to your door in time for Thanksgiving. And we’ve put together a quick list for you here to review, to pick your favorites and place your order:


  • Turkey Fruit Arrangement - Finish your Thanksgiving feast with a festively delicious dessert. Our original fruit creation looks just like a plump, juicy turkey—complete with two crisp apples for the head and body, and a mix of juicy melon, strawberries, oranges and grapes for feathers. Watch it get gobbled up!
  • Pumpkin Patch Dipped Strawberries - This is the best kind of pumpkin picking! A dozen of our plump, juicy strawberries are dipped & decorated to look like festive pumpkins, bringing plenty of decadence to all of your fall get-togethers.
  • Peanut Butter Cupcakes - While not the most traditional of dessert options for Thanksgiving, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love a decadent peanut butter frosting atop luscious chocolate cake for a special holiday treat!

If you’re ready to order your treats for Thanksgiving 2018, look no further! From fruit arrangements to fresh-baked cakes and cupcakes, even Mylar balloons for decorations, our team can’t wait to help make your Thanksgiving 2018 one to remember. Visit our website at cupcakedropoff.com today to get your order started before it’s too late!  


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