LittleOnesSweets is an online bakery like no other. It’s to raise money for the adoption of a child?
Yes, our profits go directly towards our adoption costs. The only money used from our donations that does not go to our adoption expenses is money that we use to purchase supplies for new orders.
When did you and your husband start baking?
I started baking at a very young age by helping my Mom, Aunt and Grandmother in the kitchen. When we got married and I had a kitchen of my own I started baking for Eric, our extended family and friends. Eric starting baking within the past year and has been doing most of our cake decorations. We love being in the kitchen together and have lots of fun figuring out the flavor combinations, decorations and picture taking of our desserts!
Do you have a favorite baker?
I don't have an absolute favorite, but there are several that I love or am impressed by for different reasons. I really look up to my Father for his bread making talent and he has an excellent palette that I am always turning to when I try a new recipe. My Aunt Pat for her baking skills and for inspiring and mentoring me in the kitchen, plus she shares all the family recipe secrets with me. There are also several blogs that I follow and chefs on the Food Network that I absolutely adore like Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Ron Ben Israel.
Do you have any online sites or twitter?
Yes, we have a Facebook page and our very talented Sister In Law is currently working on our web design and we hope to launch our site very soon! www.littleonesweets.com
Anything about adoption you’d like people to know
Yes, families are not made by blood they are made by love.
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