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Joyeux Kitchen

Summer Menu & Specials

Cookie Dough Cupcakes
Chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes with an ample mound of cookie dough buttercream frosting.

Cake Balls or Pops
$10.00/dozen: colored/drizzled
$15.00/dozen: custom-decorated (see below)

$8.00/dozen heart-shaped cream scones. Perfect for family brunch.

Rolls that melt in your mouth with a lick-your-fingers maple glaze.
$8.00/pan (approx. eight rolls per pan)

Joyeux Kitchen Two-Layer Chocolate Cake
This amazing chocolate cake is my favorite from Ina Garten's kitchen. The rich, chocolate buttercream makes it the best chocolate cake you will ever eat. You will immediately want me to make you another.
$16.00 (9-inch round cake pan serves 10-12 people)

Friends and family referral:
If you refer a friend or family member (or your dog walker, or your checker at the grocery store) and they mention your name when they order, you'll get a credit for 15% off a future purchase.

Q & A:
Do you deliver?
For $5.00 I will deliver orders to Auburn, Kent, or Covington.  Otherwise orders can be picked up at my home.

What about shipping?
My cake balls (not pops), cinnamon rolls, and scones can be shipped.  Shipping costs will be determined on a case by case basis, depending on the amount ordered.  I use USPS Flat Rate Boxes and will charge the fee appropriate for the box size needed for the order

Will you take on custom orders (i.e. character birthday cakes/cupcakes, etc.)?
For this summer, I'm only taking custom orders on the cake balls and pops.

Any chance of your menu expanding? ... It feels rather limited.
It's a limited menu, for sure, but the items I selected for it are some of my family's favorites and they're sure to be favorites at your house too.  From time to time I'll have a special item of the week, something not listed on the menu, at a great "Try Me!!" price.  Oooo exciting!

What does "Joyeux" mean anyway?  And how the heck do you say it?
As explained (and sounded out) here on my pantry staples page, Joyeux [joy-yoo] means joyful in French.  And this might lead you to ask:

So do you speak French?
No, thank you for asking, French and Italian are both on my bucket list though!  I know a couple of lovely phrases in French which I use quite frequently on the blog (joie de vivre and c'est la vie!), and I love randomly yelling Joey's Italian profanity "va' fa Napoli" which apparently means "go to Naples" and is an Italian way of saying "go to Hell".

I digress.

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