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My Petite Sweet is here to make your big day just a little more beautiful and delicious. Whether you need the perfect cake for your wedding or 8 dozen cupcakes, we’ve got you covered. We’ll be the icing on your chocolate chip cookie sandwich.

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Need a sweet treat to start your day right? Our ever-changing menu of sugar-infused heaven is sure to hit all the spots. Our Lincoln City bakery is the coziest place to meet up with friends, bring the kids, or curl up with a good book and a great pastry. Come visit us!

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It’s Treat Time!

Easter Treats 2019

Easter Treats 2019

You’re a grown up now! And your Easter treats should reflect that. So forget the jelly beans and chocolate bunnies, and take your Easter basket (or brunch!) to the next level this year! We’re preparing all your favorites.
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Valentine’s Day 2019

Valentine’s Day 2019

All you need is love. Well, love... and a little something for the sweet tooth maybe. Whether you’re giving extra love to yourself or looking for the perfect sweet for your sweetie, we’re here to make your Valentine’s Day extra special!
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- Bill M.

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