Choose from Three Options
- $18 for two dozen miniature cupcakes ($30 value)
- $28 for one “Life of Pie” deal: dinner and dessert with 10-inch pies ($54.95 value)
- $29.99 for a box of four assorted bars and six assorted brownies ($49.95 value)
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The “Life of Pie” option includes your choice of sweet and savory pies: Memphis barbecue chicken pot pie and sweet potato pie; Philly cheesesteak pie and mile-high s’more pie; or French onion soup and caramelized French apple tart.
Sweet Potato Baby
Why is it called Sweet Potato Baby?: Chef Aryen's grandma, or "G-Mama," used to call her and her sister "sweet potato babies" when they visited her in Little Rock growing up. The nickname was a nod to their tans; they grew up in Naples, Italy and spent plenty of time on its beaches.
Why does it have a national profile?: CEO and self-taught chef Aryen Moore-Alston has competed on Food Network Star. The reality show's winner gets her own cooking show, or a constellation named after her favorite food.
Why are Chef Aryen's cupcakes different?: She incorporates fresh fruits and vegetables into her desserts. Sometimes, that means avocado in the frosting; other times, it means beets adding depth to a chocolate cake.
What's the bakery's signature cupcake?: The "Sweet Potato Baby," of course. Its sweet potato cake base comes crowned with cream cheese frosting and a halo of turtle crunch sprinkles.