Hello, my name is Neisha Smith. I am the proud Owner and Baker of Tempting You Sweetly. I left my Career in 2010 to be a stay-at-home Mom to our beautiful daughter. Baking and creating delicious food for my family and friends has always been a passion of mine. In the beginning, everything I learned was self taught from reading books and watching decorating tutorials. But now, in order to grow, I also enroll in decorating classes and workshops to improve and learn new techniques. With the encouragement of my family and friends, I decided to pursue my dream of owning and operating my own company.
On March 5, 2013, my dream finally became a reality. Tempting You Sweetly Bakery is a small home based bakery business operating under the Texas Cottage Food Law. I pay close attention to each item I decorate and us a lot of tools, tips, and tricks to create an amazing sweet treat for you to enjoy. I take pride in my work and I hope it shows in each picture. I take pride in using only the freshest ingredients including real butter and pure Madagascar vanilla, lots of love and care, an no preservatives. I love baking and pride myself in being able to not only create beautifully designed cookies, but delicious mouth watering treats as well. This is truly my passion and a dream come true. I couldn't be more excited to share my treats with you.
With the passing of HB 970, I look forward to selling my treats outside my home. After September 1, 2013, look for Tempting you Sweetly to start participating at Farmer's Markets, Farm Stands, Municapal, County, or non-profit fairs and festivals all over DFW. We are also in the progress of expanding our menu to include a lot more goodies. Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to take a peek at everything.
Tempting you Sweetly is a legal Texas Cottage Food Home Bakery. I also have my Food Handler Certification and my Cottage Food Operator Certification. For more information on the Texas Cottage Food Law or to show your support for Home Bakeries in Texas, please check out www.texascottagefoodlaw.com