The history of bread and cake starts with Neolithic cooks and marches through time. However the first mention of cupcakes can be traced back to 1796 when a recipe for a cake to be baked in small cups was written in American Cookery by Amelia Simmons. Pies came to America with the first English settlers who cooked their pies in narrow pans and called them coffins. The filling was eaten and not the crust. This changed with the American Revolution and the term crust was used instead of coffin. Bread, cupcakes and pies entered America at different times in history but to have history under one roof and to satisfy your sweet cravings, head into Cakes by Bakin Bishop.
This is a fabulous little bake shop with places to sit inside and out. They specialise in custom cupcake, you pick the flavour and get it frosted. You not only choose your frosting, you choose the sprinklers as well. The bakery smells like yeast, cinnamon, frying fat, and coffee. Sunrise slants through the windows. The owner and employees are friendly and welcoming. There are muffins in shiny layered rows and in the glass case, sugar sparkles like snow on the cinnamon rolls, jelly donuts gleam in their translucent icing. Bread, in big round loaves, puts forth it's aroma of wholesome goodness.
This humble bakery is a place in which you are guaranteed satisfaction. A place in which happiness for the belly and completion of the soul can be found. They have large cupcakes and mini cupcakes. All are bare little cakes, and they ice them according to your choice. Try the spice cupcake with pumpkin icing, and there are so many combinations you could go for. The chocolate with peanut butter frosting, red velvet with cream cheese frosting and pecans, and spice cake with pumpkin cream cheese frosting are examples of what you can do with your cupcake.
This cute-as-a-button shop also focuses in wedding cakes, speciality cakes, cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, and birthday cakes. You can sip coffee, milk and hot chocolate with your choice of dessert. It’s a place to relax unwind and use their Wi Fi connection to get in touch with friends and spread the word. Here’s a place where being stressed is not an option, instead have desserts, that is stressed spelt backwards!
Cakes By Bakin' Bishop Travel Tips
- Tips & Warnings: They have a parking lot and they accept all international cards.
- Dietary options: Vegan.
- Desserts: Cookies, Cupcakes, Dessert Buffet, Groom's Cake.
- They have a health license.
- They specialise in cakes for Anniversaries, Baby Showers, Birthdays, Bridal Showers, Christenings, Corporate Events, Engagement Parties, Graduations, Holiday Parties, Memorials, Proms, Quinceaneras, and Sweet 16s.
- Additional services: Consultations, On-site Delivery, On-site Setup, Pickup.
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