Lalaâs Blissful Bites is a Black-owned bakery that specializes in from scratch sweet treats. The bakery, owned by African American baker, Terri Henry-Hayden, is located on Main Street in the heart of the Central Business District near Over the Rhine and the Westend.
Every morning, Lalaâs Blissful Bites fires up the ovens to create â from scratch â the perfect balance of simple, yet delectable Southern recipe-inspired baked goods. An uncompromised labor of love mixed with rich Southern values are within every recipe staring back at you from their bakery cases. The roots of their family tree run deep in everything they do from the names given to their tantalizing cupcakes and bars to the techniqueâs owner and founder, Terri Henry-Hayden, uses to bake every single delightful morsel.
Menu staples such as the âBrotherâ cupcake, a moist chocolate cake base topped with a blissful swirl of homemade peanut butter buttercream icing and miniature peanut butter cup, is the epitome of Terriâs minimalistic, yet mouth-watering tasty baking style.
Dynamic menu items whose ingredients are either seasonal in nature or are simply based on Lalaâs daily whim also grace their selection. You can start your day at Lalaâs with their very own private label coffee and coffee cake or end it with a surprise from Lalaâs daily creations. They wonât tell anyone if you decide to do both!
Lalaâs Blissful Bitesâ website has the most beautiful layout and features photos of many of their delightful desserts as well as catering information. They do cater events both big and small.
They have won awards such as Peopleâs Choice and Like Mama Used to Make with City Beatâs Sugar Rush and Best of Cincinnati.
Lalaâs Blissful Bites promises that everything they make at Lalaâs is grounded by homemade family tradition using the freshest ingredients they can possibly find. They canât wait for you to experience Cincinnati’s hidden gem of bakeries.
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