I started baking cupcakes for my three children in 2006, driven only by a love of baking and the passion for a beautiful, fresh, homemade cupcake. My friends started asking me to make cupcakes for their children’s birthdays, then encouraged me to approach a local café who had previously had ‘horrible’ cupcakes. I started supplying the café and gradually, word spread.
While I take enormous care to produce cupcakes that look beautiful and bring joy to both adults and children alike, at the end of the day, it is all about the taste. If they don’t taste fabulous, people simply won’t buy them again. The cupcake trend is so huge now that everyone has jumped on the bandwagon, and there are many cupcakes around that, while looking amazing, fail to deliver in the taste department. Hence my motto ‘…because life’s too short to eat bad cupcakes’
My cupcake recipe was passed on to me as ‘Jesse’s Sand Cake’ by my mother-in-law, who was given the recipe many years ago by an old friend.
It goes without saying that the cakes contain no preservatives and only top quality butter, free range eggs, vanilla extract, cocoa, sugar, flour and milk are used in producing these cupcakes.
As the cupcake business evolved, so too did my quest to find what I considered to be the perfect gingerbread recipe.
I am now proud to offer what I believe to be truly delicious gingerbread cookies that are made to order and can be personalised for any occasion.
Pictured amongst the cupcakes are some of the cookies that I have had a lot of fun creating for customers.
Photos you can eat!
Have your favourite photo printed on edible icing sheets, in edible ink, for the top of your cookies or cupcakes. Fantastic for birthdays and other celebrations.
Some of my regular clients confess to being addicted and stock up regularly.
Please enjoy looking over the photographs of just a fraction of the cupcakes and cookies that I have created over the last few years.
If you should have any questions, feel free to use the enquiry form or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org