When spring arrives, customers are leaving rich and savory flavors behind. Offer fresh citrus flavors, such as lemon, on your menu. Incorporating yogurt and almond flavors will also appeal to more adventurous consumers.
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Use in season produce whenever possible to generate the freshest and most flavorful products. Fruits such as apricot, honeydew melon and mango are best served in the spring. Flavor Cupcakery and Bake Shop in Maryland offer a cupcake with mango puree filling and mango frosting during the spring.
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Carrot is classic flavor customers expect to see on a bakery's menu every spring. Try giving it an unexpected twist. Happy Chicks Bakery in Cincinnati, Ohio elevated its carrot cupcake by adding a lime zest, orange vegan "buttercream" frosting and a pistachio garnish.
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The Cupcake Cowgirls fully embrace refreshing and crisp flavors by offering its Key Lime Cupcake. The cupcake is a key lime zested vanilla cake with a key lime center, and is then topped with a key lime swiss buttercream and candied fresh lime.
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Add tang and zest to cupcakes by combining fruit flavors. Freed's Bakery in Las Vegas combines two invigorating flavors into its signature Pineapple Coconut Cupcake.
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Adding floral flavors to a product will always spark the interest of customers. Magpies Bakery in Knoxville, Tennessee offers a Honey Lavender Cupcake in the spring. The honey flavored cupcake is topped with lavender buttercream icing and a honey drizzle.
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