With a wire whisk and passion for confection, Bonnie and her daughters Rachelle and Michelle whip up more than 10 styles of plump specialty cupcakes ranging from french toast and cherry cola to gingerbread. Maple and vanilla whipped icings sweep effortlessly across cake tops before being drizzled with caramel, or capped with crispy crumbled bacon. The caf?'s wafting aromas of freshly baked blueberry muffins are joined by brewing coffee, steaming espresso drinks, and slowly steeping teas. Patrons may also peruse Magic City's hand-painted crafts such as candles, notepads, and crocheted wire jewelry.
Family owned and operated since 1993. Mama Jo Pies are fresh baked-never frozen. This means we use fresh packed fruit and ingredients every time we bake. To suit the needs of your family, our pies come in 34 different flavors in 3 different sizes. Get your pie fresh out of the oven M-Sat from 7am-7pm, Sun 10am-4pm.
For Cookie & Gilly Frozen Yogurt's owners Cookie and Gilly, one thing is very important: keeping their neighbors happy with nutritious frozen yogurt. That's why the pair not only serve up a rotating selection of their 65 flavors of frozen yogurt, but also offer daily discounts to paramedics and police officers who protect the community.
The frozen yogurt covers a vast range of tastes with up to 65 flavors. Each of these flavors can be enhanced with the more than 80 toppings options, which include fruits, nuts, chocolates.
For more than 35 years, Reeves Cake Shop has provided northeast Ohio with unique cakes and delectable edibles for all occasions. Its bakers craft elegant wedding cakes in flavors such as marble, carrot, and italian cream, as well as custom-designed cakes in a variety of 3D styles that commemorate birthdays, graduations, and bridal showers. They also bake miniature treats and handheld delights that range from gourmet cupcakes and almond macaroons to chocolate-dipped butter logs, blondies, and apple squares.
For more than 20 years, The Bake Shop has been whipping up fresh cakes, breads, cupcakes, cookies, pastries, lunchtime soups and sandwiches, and more in a quaint home beside the picturesque Yellow Creek. Sweeten a summer supper’s ending with pie of the apple or cherry persuasion ($8.75), or opt for pumpkin or pecan flavors ($9.75) to bribe your local congressman into allotting public money for a 151-foot statue of Bruce Lee. If cookies are your Muppet’s food of choice, share a dozen chocolate chips ($8.50), snicker doodles ($8.50), or macadamia nuts ($10). The Bake Shop also carries danishes ($1.15), biscotti ($1.35), brownies ($0.80 each or $9/dozen), and an assortment of donuts, fritters, muffins, and scones. Ice-cream cakes were recently added to their repertoire as well.
Great Harvest’s breads, which are baked with premium whole wheat from family-owned farms in Montana, come in many flavors that change daily. On Tuesday, stock up on honey-whole-wheat and apple-scrapple loaves to slice and cuddle for comfort during scary thunderstorms. Freshly baked country-fresh sourdough is available on Fridays, and high-protein breads in a variety of varieties (including rosemary-garlic and cranberry-crunch) are freshly baked throughout the week. For those preferring sweet treats, the July menu showcases sour cream fruit pie and strawberry shortcake, as well as well-stacked sandwich selections that are offered 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Creative connoisseurs can hand-select their sandwich toppings from a list of smoked turkey, honey ham, tender roast beef, and limitless fixin's ($5.75), while recovering carnivores can overcome their withdrawal jitters by opting for the pre-conceived vegetarian sandwich ($5.75), loaded with red pepper hummus, feta cheese, romaine lettuce, tomato, and cukes.