Before cupcakes, the only vehicle for frosting consumption was the bare hand, and the only place to load frosting onto that vehicle was the neighborhood frosting bucket. Eat frosting the evolved way with today's Groupon: for $6, you get a dozen signature cupcakes (a $12 value) at PJ's Baby Cakes. Orders must be placed via phone or online at least one week in advance.
With all the charm of a freshly born baby but without the excessive gurgling, PJ's Baby Cakes' petite, handcrafted edibles are sure to put a smile on your face and pair well with milk. The pint-sized treats are baked within 24 hours of pick-up and made with no preservatives or chemicals. Signature flavors include chocolate, vanilla, lemon, strawberry, spice/carrot, chocolate chip, and red velvet. Match your cake with a swoop of any signature icing flavor, such as root-beer float, coffee, or key-lime pie.
PJ's Baby Cakes' cupcake's delightful diversity and awe-striking adorableness are the inspiration of owner Amanda Bragg. Bragg had worked in the insurance industry, where cupcakes are used for little more than paperweights on piles of contracts, before she was abruptly laid off. Around this same time, her first child was born, inspiring her to forever forsake the world of policyholders and penny loafers in favor of aprons and raindrops made of frosting.
Delivery is available for orders totaling more than $75.00 and may be subject to a delivery fee if located outside of the Lincoln and greater Lincoln area.
- The next time life gives you lemons, make some lemonade and pair it with a cupcake from PJ’s Baby Cakes. These sweet treats are some of the most innovative and tasty confections offered in Lincoln. – Alexis Abel, Star City Blog
- PJ's has been a real hit! The perfect size, the right amount of frosting, and the prices make it quite affordable. I highly doubt you will be disappointed! – marcyknobbe, Google Maps
PJ’s Baby Cakes
The cupcakes and confections at PJ’s Baby Cakes owe their saccharine excellence to owner Amanda Bragg and her family recipes. Since starting the business in 2009, she’s contemplated the perfect frosting-to-cupcake ratio and introduced a lineup of more than 100 cupcake-flavor combinations, including regular staples such as vanilla and lemon burst plus seasonal selections such as candy cane and pumpkin cream cheese. The confectioner’s cupcake cakes form like Voltron and sport creative designs that can be split into individual cupcakes. All of the treats are free of preservatives and other man-made chemicals.