Hold onto your hats and loosen your belts a notch Vancouver! Geek Sweets is now available for custom orders in the greater Vancouver area.

Starting June 2012, Geek Sweets will be working together with Carole's Country Kitchen at the Vancouver Farmer's Markets, and as Geek Sweets at the Baker's Market. We'll also be popping up around the city at various fairs and festivals, so check the Geek Sweets Event Calendar for upcoming market dates and event details!

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Specializing in tasty treats for the more geekily inclined, Geek Sweets is a home-based bakery making specialty cakes, cupcakes, cookies and other yummy baked goods. Everything is made from scratch with the freshest Vancouver ingredients, just like grandma used to make. If grandma made cookies shaped like weighted companion cubes and Battlestar Galacticakes.

From a specialty Simpsons wedding cake to a dozen halloween brain cupcakes, no order is too big or too small for Geek Sweets.

Drop me a line at  jenny@geeksweets.net, or call 778-991-4335 in the Vancouver area and let's talk nerdy.

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Aug182011

/A\ (Early) Morning Ottawa

Had a great time on A Morning Ottawa today with Kurt Stoodley. I brought along all the fixin's for Rocky Road Cake Pops and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Pops and we dipped like chocolate-hungry fools and chatted about the cake biz.

Then I left behind a bunch of pops and cupcakes in hopes it will have them invite me back. No harm in greasing the wheels, right? With, um... frosting...

You can grab the recipe for basic cake balls on the A Morning Ottawa website and watch this clip from the show to learn how to make your very own 2 bite cakes on sticks:

Who'da thunk it - cake on a stick. I love our crazy future where books and magazines are on a little handheld portable screen and cake is on a stick. Is bacon on a stick a thing yet? Let's make that a thing.

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Looks like you had a blast with the cake pop segment at A-Channel. Awesome.

August 18, 2011 | Unregistered Commenter@amwaters

Awesome! I'm so jealous that William Shatner tweeted you!

February 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAshelle

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