'Cupcake Wars' Winner May Open Cockeysville Store

Flavor Cupcakery, based in Bel Air, won a Food Network competition that aired on Sunday.

Watch out , Cockeysville residents with a sweet tooth may have a new spot to get their sugar fix.

owner Shelley Stannard, who on the Food Network program Cupcake Wars, might open a Cockeysville location in 2012.

"We're putting feelers out there," Stannard said. "We think there is a good market for cupcakes."

The Bel Air based cupcake bakery won $10,000 in the Cupcake Wars competition, which aired on Sunday.

"It was amazing and we did it because our customers kept asking us to," Stannard said. "Everybody is proud that our small local bakery was able to make it to the national level."

Stannard opened the Bel Air store in December of 2010,

And the most challenging part about appearing on Food Network?

"Keeping the secret [about winning] for so long was brutal."

Michael Fisher December 08, 2011 at 02:28 PM
Great idea and Yes Cockeysville would be a great place for a cupcakes store.
David Bryson December 10, 2011 at 08:57 PM
Absolutely! We have enjoyed cupcakes from the Flavor Cupcakery and would love having a location much closer to home. Please come to Cockeysville!
Joan May 07, 2012 at 03:42 PM
They look yummy, but are very small cupcakes with lots and lots of sugary icing, and very, very expensive at $2.50 apiece. Two kids in tow, and you're spending $7.50 for 3 cupcakes, only about 2-3 bites apiece. Yikes!


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