Reviewed by Zainab Faizal | 11 months ago
Little miss shortcake most certainly lived upto her name! You'd be amused to see the petite baker with her hello Miss Sunshine personality who's got a delicious round up of goodies.
Plain brownies | Rs.120
They most certainly looked as if they dropped down from brownie heaven, however you'd more likely opt for this style of brownie if you're into a more cakey texture. It wasn't fudge except for the crispy top layer.
Cake pops | Rs.50
The cake pops looked like a little chocolate mess with a drizzle or purple sprinkles. We couldn't wait to get our hands on them and they melted in your mouth! The cake pops weren't in a stick nor was it hard but rather mushy and moist and you can just pop into your mouth.
Chocolate chip cookies | Rs.70
The cookies were rather dry and lacked the ooh and the aah of how a cookie should get you going. It was more of a biscuit and we'd love it if it was more of soft, crunchy yet gooey with more chips!
Mint mud cupcakes | Rs.160
The cupcakes looked stunning, however if you're an avid mint fan you'd keep reordering this. We all know how mint and chocolate go hand in hand and Little Miss Shortcake has put that in a petite cupcake!
Passion fruit cupcake | Rs.160
This was an absolute favourite, we loved how the cupcake was baked to perfection and icing with fresh passion fruit purée that totally killed it. It was so fresh and very pleasing.
Since we checked her out at her place, presentation was on point! Furthermore she would pack them in sealed containers and paper boxes.
Delivery pickup and paid delivery can be arranged with a time prior 1-2 days.
In short ( see that pun ) we enjoyed Little miss Shortcake, but we'd rather if she had fudgy brownies and Gooey cookies. Passion fruit cupcakes are must try and it won't fail to disappoint you.