Do you ship your cupcakes?
Yes! We gladly ship cupcakes by the dozen, or full sized cakes with a container of frosting on the side. We also ship smaller quantities of unfrosted cupcakes.
$3.00 for spelt cupcakes with frosting
$3.65 for gluten free cupcakes with frosting
Can I freeze your products?
Cookies (shelf life: approximately 4-5 days from shipping date)
Place your cookies in an airtight container at room temperature. If you’d like to freeze your cookies, first wrap them in wax paper then either foil or plastic then in an air tight container for a maximum shelf life of 1 month. When ready to eat place them on a cookie sheet and heat at 325 degrees for 6 minutes.
Loaves, brownies, crumbles, coffee cakes and muffins (shelf live approximately 4-5 days from shipping date) have a five day shelf life upon shipping. When goodies are received, place them in an air tight container and keep in the refridgerator. Reheat in an oven at 325 degrees until it reaches desired crispiness (about 6-8 minutes).
Cakes, loaves and brownies may also be frozen and should be good for about 2 months. Wrap your cake in wax paper then foil or plastic wrap, then place in an air tight container. Move it from your freezer to your refrigerator to let it thaw a day before you plan to eat it. The following day, let it finish thawing for several hours at room temperature.
Can we substitute items on shipping list
Because we are a small facility and dealing with high volume, we are unable to do so at this time
How are Babycakes’ items shipped?
We recommend next day air via FedEx due to the fact that our products don’t have preservatives. To get a guideline estimate for your shipped order, try our Shipping Scales.
When do you ship?
BabyCakes NYC ships nationally via Fed Ex overnight on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Since we are a small bakery, we ask that all shipment orders be placed at least 48 hours before the shipping date. We take shipment orders Monday through Friday between 10:00 and 5:00 EST.
What if I am not home when the post person comes?
BabyCakes is not responsible if the customer is not at home when packages arrive. Additionally, there are unfortunate circumstances (i.e. weather, road conditions, etc…) beyond our control that would can FedEx from delivering your baked goods on time.
Does Babycakes deliver in New York City?
Yes! It is a $21 delivery fee for all deliveries below 96th Street. We deliver every day and ask for at least 48 hours notice for deliveries. Orders can be placed Monday through Friday between 10:00 and 5:00 EST.
If you do not wish to immediately consume your BabyCakes NYC products, freeze in an airtight container. Desserts will last up to about a month.
For fresh taste and soft texture, place your baked goods in a toaster oven for two minutes. It will taste oven-fresh! (Tip: wait until cupcakes cool before frosting).
The frosting your received still needs a little more work before you can use it. Place the container in the refrigerator overnight. The frosting will thicken to an almost perfect consistency. Last thing you need to do is to take container out of refrigerator right before you intend to use it and stir it until creamy.
Your fellow customers give you the inside scoop on how to make BabyCakes NYC taste even better or resuscitate your day-old goods
To improve on perfection, microwave the frosted spelt vanilla cupcake for 15 seconds. Its flavor will take on new dimensions. It's soft, warm and tastes even better than a Twinkie. (FYI frosting will melt a bit).
Freezing the brownies enhances its fudgey taste.
The blueberry crumb tastes freshly baked when popped in the oven for five minutes at 325 degrees. Sauce cake and serve warm.
Toast the cornbread and add jam to make it taste kind of like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Bring biscuits back to life by re-baking them for four minutes at 350 degrees.
May sound crazy, but one of our customers insist that the double chocolate crumb tastes great when blended with soy shakes.
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