Deliciously Sinful Subscription: Dulcinea Baked Good Delivery

Some bad habits don't need any encouragement at all, but if your sweet tooth is one habit that does, there's a convenient subscription service available for New Yorkers.

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Convenience, especially in New York doesn't come cheap, but the deliciously sinful subscription service offered by Dulcinea makes sure that you always have a week's supply of sustainable, fresh baked goods at your doorstep.  For $28 a week (but with a monthly subscription guarantee) members receive fresh baked goods from local producers and indulge in muffins, scones, cakes and other mouth watering confections!

How do you feel about food subscription services? Sure, sinful sweets always at hand won't do much for you if you're on a diet; but for those who aren't counting calories, how's this for convenience?

Via: Springwise

Oct 30, 2009
by Anonymous

On the flip side

How much better would people diet if they subscribed to a service that delivered healthy snacks/meals on a daily basis?