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There’s no need to wait for your birthday to enjoy delish cake. Thanks to these six amazing Birmingham bakers, you can support local *and* add deliciousness to each day.
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1. Sprinkles Cookie Company
Sprinkles Cookie Company makes everything you need for deliciousness: custom cookies for hungry customers and custom cookie cutters for home bakers. They began their local biz in 2019 and create cookies 100% tailored to their clients while also selling 3D printed cookie cutters that help other cookie makers.
“It has been a joy getting to celebrate so many seasons of life with our clients—including our own! We had a baby girl in November.
We hope to continue to serve our community and are thankful all the support our small family-owned business has received.”Sprinkles Cookie Company
2. Adored Sweets
At Adored Sweets, you can find classic and specialty flavor cupcakes and custom cakes. Takeeka Goshay’s love for baking began at an early age, when she spent years baking cakes with her grandmother. After perfecting her baking & pastry craft in culinary school, she opened Adored Sweets in order to share her love of sweets with the world.
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3. Daughters Baking
Daughters Baking has been serving amazing “naked” cakes for over five years, with flavor combinations like lavender honey and strawberry champagne. And it gets better! Come mid-July, Daughters Baking will open a brand new storefront in Mountain Brook Village.
“In terms of flavor inspiration, I love to think about common desserts or classic flavors from the past—and figure out how to give a little extra oomph to them!”Mallory, Owner, Daughters Baking
4. Trudy’s Table Bakery
Megan’s baking journey began at a young age. She was surrounded by sweet treats from her amazing grandmothers, including her grandmother “Trudy” who had her own cake shop.
Megan continued the family tradition of baking and received her degree in Baking and Pastry. Now, she sells custom buttercream cakes that taste as good as they look.
“The name Trudy’s Table Bakery is paying homage to my Grannie “Trudy” and my dad who passed away unexpectedly a few years ago. The table is because of the wonderful memories I’d have of gathering around my grandma’s small round table and making and eating cookies!”Megan, Owner, Trudy’s Table Bakery
5. Trial by Fire Baking
Lori began baking during quarantine, and since then her passion has turned into a major life change. She’ll be taking her baking biz full-time this summer, so she can share her baked goods with even more hungry customers.
“My baking obsession started early on during quarantine. I really wanted a croissant and curb-side pick up wasn’t really a thing yet, so I googled “homemade croissant” and found a step-by-step recipe with photos. I gave it a shot, and they turned out great! I’ve baked almost every day since then.”Lori, Owner, Trial by Fire Baking
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6. Sugar Krewe
If you’re looking for tasty treats for a fun event or business meeting, check out Sugar Krewe’s custom sugar cookies. Her custom flavor came together after two years of testing, so you know it’ll be delicious. Want to learn how to make your own amazing cookies? Try out one of Sarah’s cookie decorating classes.
“As a New Orleans transplant, my business name was inspired by some of the world’s best revelers — the Mardi Gras krewe! Known for each unique parade during the season, the krewes represent some of the very best of what it means to celebrate.”Sarah Cain, Owner, Sugar Krewe
- Order: Order your custom cookies here (Sugar Krewe is booked through the end of July.)
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