After seeing their updates on Facebook about their cupcakes, I sought out Blue Frost Cupcake in Worthington one evening to try them out. Unfortunately, they had just sold all of their regular sized signature cupcakes – The Blue Velvet – but there were still mini versions available. They are decorated as elaborately as the full size, but the taste is still there. I decided to try their Red Velvet as well as their signature Blue Velvet. The cakes are about an inch and a half high and then another inch and half of icing is loaded on top and then sprinkled with a few white nonpareils. Minis are $1.50 each.
The Red Velvet is your classic version of the mild cocoa cake, topped with cream cheese frosting made with Madagascar vanilla. The Blue Velvet was the better of the two, a sweeter version, tinted blue and topped with vanilla buttercream. The cakes were moist and not too browned. If you’re in Worthington, Blue Frost Cupcake is a solid cakeshop. They offer about ten flavors -an assortment of regulars and some specials of the day, a few cookies and some drinks. They have a few tables if you want to eat in, but you’ll have to use a napkin. You can eat a mini in just a couple of bites. Every Saturday during the Worthington Farmers’ Market they feature a Cinnamon Doughnut Cupcake.