Just scrolling through the Sweet Mazie’s gallery you’ll be blown away pixel by pixel at the jaw-dropping amusing fantasy desserts created by Chief Executive Baker and Owner, Nicole. The bakery, which operates out of a licensed residential kitchen in Concord, MA has been serving out-of-this-world desserts to Bostonians for all sorts of events- from corporate parties to birthday bashes. At Sweet Mazie’s, the sky is the limit to what Nicole is able to whip up for her fans.
Nicole named the bakery after her grandmother, Mazie, who shared a mirrored passion for creativity and baking. The bakery’s rise to fame stemmed from its boundary-pushing interactive sweets such as its original watercolor paintable cookies. These cookies come with a miniature paintbrush, edible “paint” made from colored frosting, and a paint-in-the-lines cookie! Have all of the fun painting a canvas and then after all of your hard work, enjoy the scrumptious buttery sugar-coated shortbread!
Another fun cookie option from Sweet Mazie’s are the shortbread fries. They feature crinkle cut shortbread “fries” served in a diner-style paper boat with a side of frosting “ketchup.” These cheeky sweets are sure to be a showstopper at any party.
If you crave something customized to your celebratory theme, you can place a custom order. Past imaginations have whipped up everything from Boston-themed cookies featuring landmarks like the Citgo Sign and Boston Statehouse, to Lion King cakes with Simba and the rest of the tribe on top! One couple even requested the featured poo-themed cake with the infamous poop emojis piped throughout.
Cookies and sweets galore from Sweet Mazie’s
Just in time for March, you can go green with the Sweet Mazie’s St. Patrick’s Day watercolor cookies! As a full-service bakery, you can buy all of the sweet essentials:
- Wedding cakes
- Cake pops
- Cocoa bombs
- Other custom requests
Don’t have an occasion and just want some yummy local sweets? Sweet Mazie’s also holds an online storefront with a pickup option with various confections rotating seasonally. Pickup is on Main Street in Concord, about a 30-minute drive from Boston!