Cupcake Containers

Baking By Naillady Updated 12 May 2014 , 2:23am by mattyeatscakes

Naillady Posted 19 Jul 2013 , 1:13am
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I have a family reunion coming up and I volunteered to bring a variety of cupcakes however I do not have any cupcake containers can someone please tell me where I can purchase them. Please any information will help. Keep in mind I am not licensed I just enjoy baking from home.

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melanie-1221 Posted 19 Jul 2013 , 1:56am
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I purchase mine from plastic container city online, cheap and they have a great variety of sizes.

You can also try going to the bakery department at your local walmart or grocery store, some places will sell the containers they use.

Naillady Posted 19 Jul 2013 , 3:59am
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Thank you so much

Jenna1588 Posted 22 Jul 2013 , 11:02am
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AI buy mine on eBay. I just make them for myself, family and friends so normally buy card boxes on eBay or use a sweet tin!

sarahbakestudio Posted 22 Jul 2013 , 7:21pm
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I absolutely LOVE my Cupcake Courier. In fact, so much so that over time I have purchased two and have considered buying a third. They do take up some space for storing, but they keep your cupcakes all neat and pretty during travel. No slipping, sliding or falling over. No touching other cupcakes and making a frosting mess. I highly recommend this carrier (if you couldn't tell). :)

 

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000XPOPXA/?tag=cakecentral-20+cupcake+carrier

Krypto Posted 22 Jul 2013 , 8:08pm
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I have the same cupcake courier as sarahbakestudio. I ordered mind off Amazon but my Aunt found one at Marshall's (or TJ Maxx??) for about $20. I love that you can remove the cupcake trays to transport cakes. I like not having to throw away containers. icon_smile.gif

brendajarmusz Posted 27 Jul 2013 , 7:09am
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APlastic container city is great for ordering them because you can get them in the number you need with lids or without etc. They are a great price as well.

dragonsculptor Posted 29 Jul 2013 , 8:54pm
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Don't know if this will help but here we have an AC MOORE store and they had cute cupcake containers on sale for $16.00 and they hold 24 cupcakes.   icon_biggrin.gif

ciarasbakery Posted 29 Jul 2013 , 9:39pm
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If your cupcakes will be of fondant...maybe u can create you own container..

 

I did this ones and everybody was happy to see the cupcakes..AppleMark

BakedbyMamaD Posted 11 May 2014 , 11:23pm
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Thank you so much for recommending plastic container city.  I have 16 dozen cupcakes I need to transport out of town for my son's wedding, and I have to make them a few days in advance.  I've been racking my brains trying to figure out how I was going to transport them in something relatively airtight without having to spend $200 on containers.  I should have looked out here a long time ago!

mattyeatscakes Posted 12 May 2014 , 2:23am
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Original message sent by sarahbakestudio

I absolutely LOVE my Cupcake Courier. In fact, so much so that over time I have purchased two and have considered buying a third. They do take up some space for storing, but they keep your cupcakes all neat and pretty during travel. No slipping, sliding or falling over. No touching other cupcakes and making a frosting mess. I highly recommend this carrier (if you couldn't tell). :)

[URL=http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000XPOPXA/?tag=cakecentral-20+cupcake+carrier[/URL]

I have this as well, i like it very much :) my only prob is that my frosting can't be too high or have a big/high cupcake topper (eg 3D teddy bear) or else it will hit the top of the other container and flatten the frosting :( boo

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