The Sweet Spot: A Second Taste

As the year comes to a close, don’t forget to give these tasty Triad bakeries a try to satisfy your sweet tooth this holiday season.

Bobby Boy Bakeshop

Since 2019, Lucia and John Bobby’s culinary and pastry-making expertise have propelled Bobby Boy Bakeshop to Triad fame, notorious for popping out artisanal pastries intricately decorated and baked with high-quality ingredients, including those from the bakeshop’s own garden of mint, basil, and edible flowers. Customers enjoy sipping coffee on their walk home, on the shared back patio, and utilizing the bakeshop’s 15-minute dog parking spaces. Check out the bakeshop online at www.bobbyboybakeshop.com, and follow @bobbyboybakeshop on Instagram and Facebook. Visit the Winston-Salem bakeshop at 1100 Reynolda Rd.

What Jane Baked

Wife and stay-at-home mom Jane Davis creates customized masterpieces from her home kitchen in Mt. Airy, specializing in buttercream flowers and petal work. Customers often request Jane’s notorious white chocolate raspberry cake, along with her Biscoff white chocolate cake. Jane also concocts cakes inspired by classic candy bar favorites. What Jane Baked has created cakes for weddings of all sizes, but most frequently makes four-tiered cakes for wedding sizes of 150 guests. To place an order at What Jane Baked and to browse the menu, visit the What Jane Baked website at www.whatjanebaked.com. See Jane’s creations on Facebook and Instagram at @whatjanebaked.

 

Liv for Sweets

Liv for Sweets owner Olivia (“Liv”) Jessup treats Pilot Mountain locals to craft cupcakes, custom cakes, and fruity sweets, including the much-loved alcohol-infused cupcakes every Saturday. Locals also look forward to participating in Liv for Sweets Bakery’s Gingerbread House Contest, with voting taking place on the first Saturday in December. Additionally, Jane and her team create standardized party cakes for large events such as birthday parties, anniversaries, and more. Check out Liv for Sweets online at www.livforsweetsbakery.com.

Call the bakery at (336) 444-8400, or visit Liv and her team in-person at 134 West Main St., Pilot Mountain, NC 27041. Email Liv at LivForSweets@gmail.com, and follow @livforsweetsbakery on social media.

 

Louie and Honey’s Kitchen

Mother-daughter duo Natalie and Naomi Gingerich are the owners of Louie and Honey’s Kitchen, and are the geniuses who created Louie and Honey’s social media-famous Amish cinnamon rolls topped with a brown sugar icing. In fact, the Kitchen’s enormous Amish cinnamon rolls are a customer favorite that helped propel Louie and Honey’s in popularity among locals and out-of-town visitors. Thanks to the Kitchen’s coffee manager Jake, Louie and Honey’s Kitchen also features a new latte on the menu each month. To place an order for in-store pick-up, visit www.louieandhoneyskitchen.com. Stop by in-person at 401 W. End Blvd, check out the shop’s Facebook page, and follow @louieandhoneyskitchen on Instagram to learn more.

Lei Lei’s Cuisine & Bakery

Clemmons gem Lei Lei’s Cuisine & Bakery is owned by Lei Lei Patterson, and is beloved for Lei Lei’s iconic red velvet cake. In addition to baked goods, Lei Lei’s Bakery also creates a no-churn ice cream, which Lei Lei learned from her father as a child. Customers go crazy for Lei Lei’s chocolate cake, which sells out nearly every Saturday. Read more about Lei Lei’s Cuisine & Bakery and place an order online at www.leileisbakery.com. Check out Lei Lei’s Cuisine on Facebook, and follow the team on Instagram at @leileiscuisine. For all other inquiries, email bakery@leileis.com, or call the shop directly at (336) 794-6511.

 

Baked Just SO

Baked Just SO provides customers with pastries, specialty cakes, and ice cream sandwiches. Owner Stacey Milner also created the customer favorite, dairy-free latte called “The Stacey,” a lavender vanilla latte made with oat milk. Customers rave about Baked Just SO’s croissants, which sport seasonal flavors such as fig and goat cheese with honey. Baked Just SO hosts birthday parties and serves coffee beverages made with air roasted Magic Bean coffee. Visit the bakery’s website at www.bakedjustso.com, and follow the team on Facebook and Instagram at @bakedjustso1. Stop by in-person at 5395 Robinhood Village Dr. in Winston-Salem, or speak to a team member directly at (336) 923-5778.

 

Nothing Bundt Cakes

With a variety of flavors and sizes to choose from, customers can purchase Nothing Bundt Cakes to serve anywhere from 1 to 20 individuals. Pre-purchase themed cake toppers, candles, and serving packs to enhance your party decor. Year-round flavor staples include decadent Chocolate Chocolate Chip, Red Velvet, White Chocolate Raspberry, Lemon, and Carrot to name just a few. Visit www.nothingbundtcakes.com to see flavor and size options, place an order, and pre-purchase cake decor. Visit the Winston-Salem branch in person at 678 Saint George Square Court, and call the store directly at (336) 306-9146 to speak with a team member.

 

Wilkerson Moravian Bakery

Wilkerson Moravian Bakery has been serving iconic Moravian baked goods to customers since 1925. The Wilkerson family has perfected the craft of the Moravian Cookie in a variety of flavors, Love Feast Buns, and the beloved Moravian Sugar Cake. Gift-givers love sending Wilkerson Moravian Cookies, Moravian Sugar Cakes, and Carolina Cheese Straws to family and friends throughout the holiday season. Read more about the Wilkerson Bakery at www.wilkersonbakery.com. Visit Wilkerson Moravian Bakery at 50 Miller Street Suite B in Winston-Salem, and follow @wilkersonbakery on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. For questions or inquiries, email info@wilkersonbakery.com or call directly at (336) 829-0407.

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