Great tasting pastries and baked goods are only a small part of what pink can do, but… it’s a great place to start. So stop by and try one of our delicious cookies, croissants or cakes – we’re confident you’ll be back for more.
Some people like pretty cakes. Flowers and florets - sure pink can do that. What makes us different is everything else that we do. Superheroes – no problem. Dinosaurs – how big? Our cake and dessert designs are so sharp they cut like a knife. Bring us a design challenge, the edgier the better.
It’s your day. You want it to be perfect. So do we. You pick the day. pink will make your moment dazzling and delicious.
Unconventional guilty pleasures
Handcrafted in pink's authentic French method our macarons are available in dozens of flavors. Enjoy them as a personal treat or make them the centerpiece of your next party.
Thick, rich and gooey - pink makes them to meet all of Charlie's favorite tastes. Lucy loves them even when no Peanuts are involved.
Smooth and airy make pink's secret recipe delightful. Plenty for one, but not enough to satisfy two.
This pink family recipe makes these artfully decorated sugar cookies both soft and crispy. We could tell you the secret, but then you'd have to marry into the family.
Stacked parfait cups with balanced levels of cake, cookie or brownie coupled with complimentary mousse and buttercreams - pink tops them all with something special. Delicious can be messy, but your clean hands and full tummy will leave you crying with happiness.
Constantly in demand and always requested we bake a cookie inside a brownie and then pink tops it with another cookie. Our regulars swear by them with a scoop of ice cream on top.
Bring us your ideas and let pinkasso create a work of art that will look so good you won't want to cut it, but you will. Just make sure you've got enough for seconds because they'll want 'em.
It's always a good idea to stop by the bakery to check-out our daily offerings of fine pastries and seasonal cakes
Our Chef Kathleen Robinson is known for more than just her pink Bandana. She's been on the Cooking Channel and the Food Network, presented at the Fabulous Food Show and trained many culinary enthusiasts through classes and theme events.
Click Bakers vs. Fakers to see more information about her appearance on the first episode of the Food Network show's second season.