A Happy Customer

This sugar art dump truck is edible.

If you want a delicious and artistic cake, cookies, cupcakes, chocolates, caramels…the list goes on and on. Heather Longpre, owner and creative genius behind Eat The Art, is your girl!
I’m not sure how I heard about Eat The Art, but I have been ordering all my boys birthday cakes from her for years. I always say, what kind of cake do you want this year and they come up with some interesting asks. We’ve had a pirate ship, a dump truck full of candy, a shark tooth shark cake (it was a t-Rex and shark creation), a roller hockey cake and a fishing cake. Heather’s creations are over the top amazing to look at and to eat!
Eat the Art also has the most beautiful chocolates and candies you can imagine. The Valentine candy I ordered for teachers was too pretty to eat, but I tried one for myself and oh my, it was amazing!
The next time you are looking for a cake or candies please consider Eat The Art and you won’t be disappointed…you will be spoiled for any other cake/candy for the rest of your life. She even delivers to your door or location of choice!

This review was posted on Yelp by Carla R. Nashville, TN

Pirate ship cake with edible wood planks and edible sails

Edible chocolate “wood” and edible sails

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About Heather Longpre

Chef Heather Longpré is a graduate of the French Pastry School of Kennedy-King College in Chicago, Ill. She studied sugar art with Nicholas Lodge, Mike McCarey, Scott Green, Sebastien Canonne M.O.F., Jacquy Pfeiffer, among other very accomplished Chef-Artists. She is also a Professional Chocolatier having graduated from Ecole Chocolat in Vancouver, Canada. Heather loves to use her skills as a sugar artist to create fun and fantastic cakes and edible art that showcase chocolate, gumpaste, pastillage, fondant, poured, pulled and blown sugar sculpture. In addition to being a chef, Heather teaches baking, chocolate making, sugar art and cake decorating classes.