Sprinkles Ice Cream: Two HUGE New Additions To Sprinkles Beverly Hills
If you have a sweet tooth, Sprinkles Beverly Hills is about to blow your mind with -- wait for it -- a 24-hour-cupcake ATM.
Is this a joke? No. Welcome to Candyland.
This spring, Sprinkles Beverly Hills plans to introduce two new treats to the family. The first is an automatic Sprinkles machine (aka the magic cupcake ATM). It will be continuously restocked and prepped to dispense fresh cupcakes, cupcake mixes, doggie cupcakes and Sprinkles apparel.
It will also be dispensing the second addition to Sprinkles: ice cream!
The scoop shop will open next door to the current cupcake location. Expect waffle cones, ice cream sandwiches (made with cupcake tops), fresh baked brownies and some seriously delicious sundaes.
H/T to LAist for discovering the Sprinkles Ice Cream and 24-hour Sprinkles Facebook announcements!
The World's First 24-Hour ATM... for Cupcakes | The Daily Meal
Sprinkles expands their growing empire to include a cupcake ATM and ice cream shop
The ever-growing Los Angeles-based cupcake bakery Sprinkles is now launching a branch dedicated to dispensing cupcakes all day, every day — through an ATM called 24-Hour Sprinkles.
Customers will be able to purchase an array of products from the baby-pink automated machine, including a variety of cupcakes (as well as cupcakes for their dogs), cake mixes, and merchandise (T-shirts, hats, and the like). Sprinkles promises that the ATM will be restocked with freshly baked cupcakes every day.
In addition to unveiling this cutting-edge bakery of sorts, the company also announced its plans this week to open an ice cream shop next door to the 24-Hour Sprinkles. The store will serve up homemade ice cream as well as cupcake ice cream sandwiches — that's right, go ahead and try imagining a treat more indulgent than a Sprinkles cupcake split in two and stuffed with a scoop of ice cream.
Certainly this is the first cupcake-dispensing ATM out there, but the world has already seen a number of outrageous vending machines, including the baguette-baking machine in Paris and automated wine vendors in Pennsylvania (which are now officially closing, due to contract disputes).