The Denver Cupcake Truck is the hottest and most delicious retro movement to hit Colorado.
“Clementine,” a 1969 Ford Vanette ice cream truck has been reinvented into a cupcake truck delivering scrumptious cupcakes to Denver City Park and surrounding areas.
The Denver Cupcake Truck is an offshoot of Cake Crumbs Bakery driven by “The Cupcake Guy” sporting a retro bowling shirt. Despite having crazy long lines wherever the truck is spotted, its inconsistent and surprise appearances make stalking The Denver Cupcake Truck fun and obsessive.
The location of the cupcake truck is announced to followers on Twitter and Facebook in Denver. The only consistency of the yummy dessert food in Denver is at Jazz concerts at City Park this summer.
The Denver Cupcake Truck sells six or seven flavors plus one mystery flavor. At $2.75 per cupcake or four for $10, make sure you decide quickly between Rockin’ Red Velvet, Zippy Lemon, Vanilla Party, Pistachio, Mile-Hi Mocha, Denver Snowball, Chocolate Overload or the flavor of the day by the time you get to the front of the line.