Sugary Creations came about from my boyfriend pushing me to sell my cookies because they were so good. I spent a lot of time thinking & researching. The fact that Mary Bobo, my great-grandmother ran a boarding house for @ 50 years was encouragement. When choosing a name for the bakery, I didn't want to limit myself just to cookies in case I wanted to expand.
I noticed that in my area most successful places in my field had more than 1 thing going--sold breads & rolls also, sold cake decorating supplies or catered also. I decided I wanted to have a room available for rent for parties, showers, etc.. I quit my job & started doing some serious research.
Before I actually opened a location, Jim, then my husband, was diagnosed with lung cancer & then brain cancer. I stayed at home taking care of him & refining my ideas for my business. While I enjoyed doing the research & making plans, I was no longer anxious to open as soon as possible. The reason being that my being able to do would be as a result of my husband's death.
In the spring of 2009, I rented a place that was large enough to enable me to carry out my dream. My older brother, Bob Crutcher, who had been staying with me, said he would care take of the remodeling work for me. It became even more of a family thing. Except for things that had to be done by licensed professional ie: electricians, plumbers, 95% of the work was done by or under the supervision of my brother. The hired labor he needed was provided by my oldest daughter's boyfriend.
Since opening, I've spent my time organizing & reorganizing things as I try to find the best set up for me. Attending meetings has become an important part of my life as I have learned how important networking in person with other local businesses is to becoming successful. It's not easy but I enjoy the challenge. Learning a lot & meeting some incredibly nice people who are eager to mentor me.
I can truthfully say that I'm having as wonderful a time as I can have considering the circumstances. Doing this has forced me to get out & restart my life after my husband's death so that's another positive thing that has come from opening my business.
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A sausage & cream cheese mixture encased in yeast roll dough & baked. These are a lovely appetizer. Have several with some eggs for a decadent breakfast!
This price is for a dozen of these delicious bites.
We're all familiar with this treat. The quality of the sausage & cheese is what makes these outstanding.
Made from scratch goodies to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Cupcakes are standard size. They come in a variety of flavors with your choice of icing color.
Seasonal: Spring Flavors
Cookies N Cream
Lemon Poppy Seed
Combine your favorite cake flavor with your favorite icing for a scrumptious cake.
The starting price for Sugar Cookies is $24 a dozen. This price is for 12 sugar cookies boxed with a maximum of 3 colors. Additional colors will have an upcharge of $3 a dozen per color.
For an additional $4 a dozen, the cookies can be individually bagged & tied with a ribbon.
We have a variety of creamy cheesecake flavors available to tickle your tastebuds.
The queen of cheesecake that's well known for being creamy, dense & rich. Delightful if it's served plain, with a fruit topping or caramel syrup drizzled over it.
This decadent Cheesecake starts with a Chocolate Crust. The next layer is a delicious Caramel Cheesecake. A pool of Salted Caramel sits on top of the Cheesecake which is then finished off with a layer of Chocolate Ganache.
Every Autumn we roast a number of heritage pie pumpkins for our Pumpkin Cheesecake. It has a graham cracker crust with a touch of ginger in it. Available October, November & December.
This is a seasonal cheesecake that is only available in November & December.
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Chunks of InHouse made Peppermint Bark is folded in the decadent Cheesecake batter, poured into a Chocolate Crust & baked.
This is a seasonal cheesecake that is only available i November & December.
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