What's our raving fans say about Sugar Mamma's?
"I met a friend in Briarcliff we decided to pop in to see the new bakery where the Pastry Goddess used to be. Sugar Mamma's enormous cupcakes (and large selection of them) were front and center. After looking at their array of dipped chocolates and their other menu items I ordered three cupcakes - strawberry, coconut and carrot. I can only say that I've eaten other KC specialty cupcakes - (even ones the local magazines rave about) - but these were the most delicious I've eaten, hands down".
Kansas City Mo.
"I don't normally write reviews based on just one item at a bakery. However, the new Butterlicious cupcake is so amazing, I had to stop eating in order to let the world know about it. It's vanilla cake with Butterfinger bits mixed in. The chocolate buttercream frosting also has Butterfinger sprinkled on top. Oh my word".
Kansas City mo.
"They have a display case of beauteous cupcakes, and some fancy cakes against one of the walls. Definitely worth looking into for wedding/baby showers and kiddo birthday parties. There is also an espresso machine for lattes".
" ooooooh the lime bar. I dig some key lime pie and this was as close as you can get. It was so flaky and light, mmmmmmm".
"Although they serve ice tea and Roasterie coffee, I just got the cupcake to go so i could enjoy it later with a big old glass of milk. I decided if it was bad, I would take one bite and pitch the rest. Well, the plate sits here empty. That concoction was perfect. I say it was reminiscent of a wedding cake based on the moistness of the cake (the kind that sticks to the back of your fork) and the sophisticated approach of the puree and fresh fruit garnish. Every bite heavenly".
Kansas City Mo.
"The ambiance is cool and inviting. Black filigree with lipid pools of aquamarine. Elegant with a touch of whimsy. Black chandeliers with fuzzy lamp shades dot the high ceilings. The lamps remind me a little bit of Dr. Seuss books. The walls are accented with black Harlequin borders, and two sexy, black, velvet tufted chairs are arranged in front of the picture window, appropriately for people watching. The display case is a veritable treasure chest filled with luscious cupcakes, chocolate candies, bar cookies, cakes, and pies. I, however, only have eyes for the cupcakes. I was dying to try the Raspberry Lemonade cupcake that Jennifer described in her review, but much to my chagrin, the object of my fascination was wholly MIA. I mustered up all my courage and asked if there were any more...and she said that she would be glad to make one up for me right now, if I didn't mind waiting. Me, mind waiting for a cupcake? Like a cat waiting for a mouse! Paws poised to strike. The moral of the story is, you just don't know, unless you ask. I may very well be a huge pain in her patukus...but, I have the cupcake of my yearning, and right now (like always!), it's all about me. I asked her to box my cupcake to go, so that I could take my cupcake home to share with the Man. Just for good measure, I asked her to include "The hostess with the mostess", the bakery's best seller. A lovely little chocolate number with chocolate butter cream and cream filling. My Man is too big to share one cupcake. So I needed to purchase another. See how the justifications starts? And I do need to insure that I receive my fair share, as well. Naturally! Since my decadent treats were stowed securely in a bakery box and ready for travel, I decided that it wouldn't hurt to sample just one little delicacy here, (insert oinking sounds here), since that big, tufted, black velvet chair was crying out for me to relax and imbibe. It turns out that those chairs are the perfect spot for one to ponder the meaning of it all, while indulging in a Lime Bar. World peace? This was supposed to be a cupcake journey, but the Lime Bars are to die for! The perfect balance of tart and sweet. A little bit of crust and a lot of gooey filling. Apparently, no matter what you get at Sugar Momma's, you're gonna be utterly captivated. Come and sit in the tufted chairs and ponder world domination, or what ever little project you have on your plate right now".
Deana W. Smithville Mo.