Dancing Deer Baking Co. All-Natural Vanilla Cupcake Mix - 16 oz. (453g)
Dancing Deer Baking Co. All-Natural Vanilla Cupcake Mix with a hint of buttermilk is perfect to have in your cupboard or give to a friend. Serve Dancing Deer Baking Co. All-Natural Vanilla Cupcakes just as they are or get creative with frostings and toppings for some added excitement.
Make it at Home!
Home memories often include baking and decorating favorite recipes of the season. When you want to make the very best but don’t have time, you can rely on Dancing Deer Baking Co. bakers' all-natural mixes for perfect cookies, brownies, cupcakes or pie crust.
Why choose Dancing Deer?
Dancing Deer is known for their fresh baked (and Kosher) goodies. All of Dancing Deer's products are all-natural and delicious! Dancing Deer a company of people who are passionate about food, nature, aesthetics and community.
How long will my product retain its quality and freshness?
Dancing Deer products are ALL natural which means they do not contain artificial ingredients or preservatives! On every product, Dancing Deer stamps an "enjoy by date" which indicates how long your product will retain its quality and freshness. With goodies this yummy, the "enjoy by date" never seems to be a problem!
Do Dancing Deer products contain nuts?
Currently, Dancing Deers IS using PEANUTS and TREE NUTS in some of their products. Dancing Deer follows a strict allergen control program, where they do a chemical clean up upon the completion of using the nuts. Dancing Deer also takes measures to ensure that there is no co-mingling of ingredients, however given the presence of nuts in their bakery there is always a chance that nut-free products could come into contact with nuts and/or their by-products.
Are Dancing Deer products certified Kosher?
Yes! All of Dancing Deer's products are certified Kosher Dairy (Star D) under the supervision of the Star-K. Dancing Deer products are Dairy, Non-Cholov Yisroel; Kosher for year-round use, excluding Passover.
Are any Dancing Deer products sugar-free?
Sorry! At this time none of Dancing Deer's products are sugar-free - Dancing Deer uses only all-natural ingredients and have not yet found a suitable all-natural substitute for pure cane sugar.
Are any Dancing Deer products vegan?
No, all Dancing Deer products contain eggs and/or egg whites.
Are Dancing Deer products gluten free?
No, all Dancing Deer products contain wheat and wheat flour.
About Dancing Deer Baking Co.
Great tasting goodies are Dancing Deer's passion! Dancing Deer is a company of people who is passionate about food, nature and aesthetics. Dancing Deer is dedicated to excellence in all they do!
Pleasing the Eye and the Palate
Dancing Deer products are known for a truly superior taste, artful but simple packaging and pure, high quality ingredients. Dancing Deer blends traditional artisan baking with innovative flavor combinations and they package their products with professional, yet whimsical tone. Dancing Deer thinks packaging should be as artful, honest and as good as the food.
Using All-natural Ingredients
Dancing Deer chooses to make a perishable product without artificial preservatives or other ingredients because they believe in the principles of purity and freshness in food. Dancing Deer products are always all-natural, baked from scratch and Kosher.
Caring for the Environment
To the extent possible Dancing Deer makes choices in our packaging, production and facilities management that are friendly to the environment.
Supporting the Community
Dancing Deer tries to give back from their modest successes in a variety of ways. Their main philanthropic efforts are devoted to helping homeless families through the Sweet Home Project.
Enjoying their Work
Dancing Deer strives to achieve both financial and market success, while achieving personal and professional rewards for all. There's more to life than selling cookies - but it's not a bad way to make a living.
All Dancing Deer employees are stakeholders in its profitability and share in the rewards of a well run, growing company. Dancing Deer believes that if people love what they're doing, it shows in the food. Dancing Deer developed this philosophy from the earliest days when they observed that baking "angry" would ruin a cake.
How they got started
There were three company founders; a talented baker, Suzanne Lombardi, who originated many of Dancing Deer's recipes, a theoretical physicist/business strategist, Ayis Antoniou, who loves to cook, and a business woman/artist, Trish Karter, whose passion is nature and the environment. All three have moved on, but many of their founding principles still remain with the people at Dancing Deer.
Incorporated in April 1994 to provide high quality, all-natural baked goods to accompany the growing market for gourmet coffee, Dancing Deer started out in a former pizza parlor on a busy street corner with a couple of convection ovens. Their specialty was cakes, sold primarily to cafes and restaurants. In 1996 they brought out a line of packaged consumer goods under the Dancing Deer label. Not long after that they opened the doors to passers by who demanded access and forced Dancing Deer in to having a small retail operation. Dancing Deer surprised themselves, and a lot of other people, when they won the Food Industry's equivalent of the "Oscars" in 1997 for their Molasses Clove Cookie. That same year, a food writer from (no kidding) Hollywood arrived at Dancing Deer's counter looking for directions. Before they could really comprehend what was happening, Dancing Deer was on national TV being touted as making the "best cake in America". Dancing Deer had managed to have a toll free number up and running within 24 hours of receiving his call, and thus their mail order business was launched. Many more awards and honors have followed.
It has been an interesting journey. Dancing Deer's successes are due to luck, a tremendous amount of dedication and hard work, and a commitment to having fun while being true to their principles. Dancing Deer has had failures as well - and survived them with a sense of humor.
The company's namesake was the antique shop in Bar Harbor, Maine run by Suzanne Lombardi's grandmother, from whose recipe box also came the origins of Dancing Deer's signature Deep Dark Gingerbread Cake.