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Petal cupcakes Petal’s cupcakes are beautiful in their simplicity and scrumptious in their taste.

Petal is the brain child of TV chef Laurel Watson, whom you may remember from Good Morning. Her skill for creating the perfect cupcake is obvious and the beautifully piped icings show inspiration in their flavours.

She does need 24 hours notice if you’d like to order some and you’ll find the range on the website – they are all a bit hard to resist. Opening the box on a special birthday coffee morning order produced an “OOOH!!!” from fellow participants and the proof was in the cupcake.

The cupcakes have spent many an hour being baked, tried and taste tested before they arrive with you, so you can expect no small amount of cupcake perfection.

There are a couple of gluten free options, the golden syrup and a chocolate version.

Stop by the Teed Street store in Newmarket, you’ll just love it. And check out Allie's comment below - high tea and cupcakes makes for a lovely treat.
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  • Hi there,

    They also have a cafe on the corner of rose road and pollen st in Ponsonby that serves high tea!

    Posted on 27 February 2012 by Allie

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