How sweet it is: all-vegan bakery opening in fall

An all-plant cupcake?

Yes, and anything that comes with it!

Plant Cakes Bake Shop, an all-vegan bakery, will be the first animal product-free bakery in the region, opening this fall here in the PowerHouse Row building.

The bakery and dessert bar will feature fresh baked doughnuts, cinnamon rolls, cakes, cookies, cupcakes and dairy-free cheesecakes sourced from organic ingredients, according to general manager Jess Reilly.

There will be curbside pickup, delivery, wholesale and in-store dining. The bake shop will also offer special event and wedding dessert catering services. 

“We are excited to expand our operations and open our dream bakery in downtown Wake Forest. We look forward to bringing the community together, from Saturday morningfamily fun runs, holiday cookie decorating parties for the kids and local musician nights. We are thrilled to share our passion for baking heathier sweets with the greater Triangle region,” Reilly said. 

Plant Cakes Bake Shop was created with a central mission to provide healthier delicious treats to everyone, including those choosing a plant-only diet, those with dietary sensitivities, allergies, or other intolerances, Reilly said. The menu is always dairy-free, egg-free and plant-based. 

Established in February 2018 Plant Cakes Bake Shop, Inc is a North Carolina Corporation. Visit www,plantcakesbakeshop.com for more information or email customerservice@plantcakes.com, also checkout Plant Cakes Bake Shop on Facebook and Instagram.

Right now, orders can be placed for delivery or curbside pickup at The Lemon Tree Café, 113 South White St.

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