Friday, August 5, 2011


I have created my own website so now all pictures and blog posts can be found there! Check it out and give any feedback you may have. It is still under construction so now harsh comments. :-P

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Lewis Wedding 06-16-11

Busy Week

My week consisted of:
1 Wedding Cake
1 Graduation Cake
2 dozen Cupcakes
and 12 dozen cake pops

Enjoy the pictures.

Special order for Mrs. Zufelt. BYU-I cake pops

Purple & Gold Cake Pops

Raiders Themed Cake Pops




Mikey & Minnie

Beach Themed Birthday

Beach Themed Cupcakes and Cake Pops

Beach Ball Cake Pops

Beach Ball Cupcakes

 Bucket and Shovel Cupcakes

Police Academy Graduation

Congrats Christina!


The cake

Badge cake pop

Everyone is Graduating

Customized in school colors.

Allan Hancock College

Nipomo High School

And for a bright colorful Preschool Graduate!

New Pops!

I've been experimenting with a bunch of new pops lately...






Lego Man

New Cupcake - Chocolate Peanut Butter

Chocolate Cake
Peanut Putter Buttercream Frosting
Garnished with Peanut Buttercup pieces...

Lots of Hello Kitty

I've had a lot of requests for Hello Kitty lately. Enjoy the pics.

Hello Kitty Basket

Lots of pops

And the cake <3

School Pride

My cousin Marcie attends the University of Oregon and is very into school pride. Her father requested that I surprise her with some gluten free Oregon duck themed cake pops. Here's a preview... More ideas to come soon. 

The "O"

Oregon Duck

Boy Baby Shower

 Planning a baby shower for a boy and looking for some sweet treats?? Here's a couple cake pop ideas.

My fav.. Leopard print

Playing Around

I had some extra time so I figured I would try out a new cake pop!! I love Nightmare Before Christmas so it just fit. 

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Mother's Day

Mother's Day is fast approaching and will be here sooner than you know it. I saw this idea online and decided I had to do it! Rose cake pops! Perfect gift for your mother or mother of your child... you decide. The picture above is just a quick preview. Options and prices listed below.

Rose Colors

Cake Flavors
Red Velvet

6 - $10.00
12- $20.00

Call or e-mail me for more details... or 805-720-0327

Strawberry Pie

This dessert I can't take credit for, it was all Shawn. I absolutely love Strawberries and was so excited to wake up to this and to find out they weren't previously warmed up. Call me crazy, but I do not like fruit that has been warmed up and more than that I do not like pie crust! The recipe for this delicious dessert is located below.

Strawberry Pie


  • 2
    quarts fresh strawberries , washed and hulled; one quart halved (4 cups); remaining quart sliced lengthwise into 4 to 5 slices (see illustration below) (4 cups)
  • 1
    cup granulated sugar
  • 1
    tablespoon powdered pectin for lower sugar recipes (such as Sure Jell)
  • pinch table salt
  • 3
    tablespoons cornstarch
  • pinch ground cinnamon
  • 2
    tablespoons lemon juice from 1 lemon
  • 1/4
    teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1
    prebaked 9-inch pie shell (see related recipe)


  1. 1. Puree 1 pint (2 cups) halved berries in blender or food processor workbowl fitted with steel blade, scraping down sides as necessary, until smooth (you should have 1 1/4 cups; spoon off any extra). Bring puree, sugar, pectin, and a pinch salt to boil, stirring occasionally, in medium saucepan over medium heat. Increase heat to medium-high; boil hard until sugar and pectin are dissolved, about 1 minute. Off heat, skim foam from surface with large spoon.
  2. 2. Meanwhile, mix cornstarch and 1/4 cup cold water in small bowl until absolutely smooth. Off heat, add cornstarch slurry to strawberry mixture, then return to boil, stirring constantly, over medium heat. Reduce heat to medium-low and, continuing to stir constantly, simmer until mixture becomes thick and clear, about 3 minutes. Off heat, stir in cinnamon, lemon juice, and vanilla. Transfer glaze, reserving 1/4 cup for topping, into large bowl; cool to room temperature, at least 15 minutes.
  3. 3. Using a rubber spatula, fold sliced strawberries into large bowl of glaze, turning several times to coat thoroughly. Turn glazed berries into pie shell; spread evenly and smooth surface with rubber spatula. As in the photo, place berry halves in concentric circles, flat side down and pointed ends toward center, starting at center and working toward the outer edge. Stir 2 tablespoons water into reserved 1/4 cup glaze to thin; brush over berry halves to finish pie. Refrigerate until cold, at least 2, and up to 6, hours. Serve.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes

These were really good and super fun to make. I had bought all the stuff to make them earlier in the week and kept putting them off. My best customer Tim text me and told me he was around the corner and was craving something sweet so I just had to make them!

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Easters Coming

So lately it seems like I have been making A LOT of cake pops! They have become my new thing. I love making them. When I tell people about them they never seem to understand what I'm talking about. A cake pop is a small little treat made of cake mixed with frosting and molded into almost any type of shape. It is next dipped in candy coating and decorated with a variety of sprinkles, nuts, bright colored candies, etc. I make them for all occasions (birthdays, office parties, holidays, baby showers, themed parties) you name it I can probably make it. With Easter just around the corner I have decided to make Easter themed cake pops (Easter Eggs, Chicks, Bunnies and Spring colored Cupcakes). The prices below are good for all cake pops that I make.

6-11     $1.50 each
12-23   $1.25 each
24+      $1.00 each

I am now offering cake pops arranged in baskets or other containers. E-mail or call me for more details or 805-720-0327. Also keep in mind that I also make other tasty treats. You request it and I'll make it!

Monday, March 28, 2011

Congrats Heather and Pete

All growing up I looked up to my cousin Heather. I always thought of her as the prettiest ballerina I ever knew. Well she recently announced that she was having a baby girl. I was so excited to go to her baby shower. I brought these sweet treats with me.... Yum.. Yum!

St. Patricks Day!

Let me just put this out there! I absolutely LOVE making cake pops!! They are so cute and there are so many different possibilities. I decided to make little clover cake pops and cupcakes with clover sprinkles on top. So cute and so much fun!

Monday, February 21, 2011

Valentine's Day Desserts

So for Valentine's Day I decided to do something I had yet to do. I offered a couple specials to get the word out about Cake Pops.. I also had these really cute 4" heart shaped cheesecake pans that I've had for a while and had yet to do anything with. The specials I offered were a 4" Vanilla Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake for $7.50 and a dozen Valentine's Day themed Cake Pops for $15.00. They were both a hit and I had a lot of fun making them. I also made some Red Velvet Cupcakes for my best customer Tim.

And my favorite Valentine Cake Pop

Princess Cake

I was recently asked to make a princess cake for a very cute little girl's 1st birthday! Along with the cake I offered to make some cute cake pops to use as party favors for her friends... Enjoy!
Princess Cake Pops :-)

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Baking Night w/ Grandma

So I was soooo excited to start up baking night with my grandma again! It had been way to long! And now that Heather is back in town she gets to join us! This week we decided to make Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake. I don't have the recipe (left it at grandma's house) so I'll have to post that later. Enjoy a couple pictures though... the final product!
And because I'm not a fan of cheesecake Cookies N Cream ice cream for me :-)

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

What I do while you are sleeping....

About two years ago my life was going through a bunch of changes and I decided I needed to make some major improvements. I was no longer happy with my job and knew I needed something different out of my life. I woke up one morning and as my mother and I were headed off to work I looked at her and said, "Mom I want to become a baker." I went back to school fulltime and worked my butt off. I am happy to say that as of 2 months ago I am now a certified baker at Panera Bread in Santa Maria. It's hard work but every night I get to do what I love the most BAKE! I go to work at 10pm and I leave at 6:30am. At first it was really hard to get used to. I was also still working at Michaels for the first 2 months after becoming a baker. I soon realized that wasn't the life for me. I left Michaels to devote all of my time to living my dream of being a baker. I have included some pictures of the products I bake every night... enjoy!
Pictured here are our: French Criossant, Apple Pastry, Chocolate Pastry, Bear Claw, Cobblestone, Cinnamon Roll, Pastry Ring, Cheese Pastry, Carrot Walnut Muffin, Pumpkin Muffin, Cranberry Orange Muffin, Apple Crunch Muffin, and Blueberry Muffin.
M&M Sugar Cookie, Chocolate Chipper, Oatmeal Raisen, Shortbread Cookie, and Orange Scone.
Our souffles: Spinach and Artichoke, Ham & Swiss, Four Cheese and Spinach and Bacon.
Our Bread Wall: XL Sourdough, Sourdough Loaf, Asiago Loaf, Asiago Demi, Sourdough Bowl, Sourdough Roll, Asiago Foccocia, Sea Salt Foccocia, Sesame Loaf, Country Loaf, Rye Loaf, Whole Grain Loaf, Honey Wheat Loaf, White Whole Grain Loaf, Cinnamon Raisen Bread, Ciabatta, Tomato Baisel, Three Cheese Miche, Sesame Miche, French Miche, Country Miche, Rye Miche, Whole Grain Miche.
Our Bagel Wall: Trail Mix Bagel, Jalapeno Cheddar, Asiago, Cinnamon Crunch, Blueberry, Chocolate Chip, French Toast, Cinnamon Swirl & Raisen, Whole Grain, Sesame, Everything, and Plain.
Strawberry & Cream Scone, Blueberry Scone, Cinnamon Crunch Scone, Chocolate Chip Muffie, Pumpkin Muffie, Cherry Pastry, Toffee Nut Cookie.
Challah Bread, Three Seed Demi, Three Cheese Demi, Valentine's Heart Cookie, Mint Crinkle Cookie, and Cornbread Muffie.
Everyone makes fun of me for these cookies! I can't stand sloppy frosted cookies! :-)