We love making custom cakes for our clients. Kate asked for this one for her husband’s 40th birthday. We started with pictures of his GTR sports car and took it from there. We hand modeled the car with chocolate and then made his favorite cake look like a wheel.
Here’s what the client told us:
Heather, I just wanted to let you know that the cake was a huge hit!!! Everyone was super impressed with your work and it was delicious! Thank you so much again for fitting me in, my husband was happiest of all, and I can’t thank you enough for making his day special! Kate B.
We’d love to make your next party special, too. Please contact us.
Stacy M. posted this to her Facebook account:
Today was one for the memory books. Chef Heather was awesome. Alissa, Chloe and Elizabeth learned the definition of “armature” and how to make one out of Rice Krispy treats, how to measure ingredients in grams (that’s the way professional chefs do it) and make their own modeling chocolate from scratch and how to apply the modeling chocolate to their armature, how to use sugar art to create the cutest owls you will ever see. They said they are ready for the next class – – candy creations. I think I will be a student with them in the candy class.
We received this lovely note from a bride who was clearly very happy with her wedding cake and the groom’s cake (both pictured here):
I just wanted you to know that I often think about how beautiful and amazing the cakes were that you created for our wedding. I revisit that moment when I saw the wedding cake for the first time just slightly less than the moment I saw Harrison’s face down the aisle. It was more perfect than I could have ever imagined. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to have you make our dreams come true that day.
Sincerely from the bottom of my heart.
Groom’s cake for a dentist who loves his dog
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
Edible chocolate “wood” and edible sails
I had the best time at a macaron class! We came here for a bachelorette party activity and it was so much fun! I’ve always wanted to learn how to make macarons but the process seemed intimidating and the cost for classes in my area is high. When my friends proposed this, I couldn’t believe the value. We had a hands on class where Heather taught us the best tips and tricks to tackle macarons at home. I left armed with a box of tasty treats (that I made!), detailed recipes, and so many great pieces of general baking advice. My baking has improved already.
I would have given Eat the Art 5 stars if my experience had ended with just the class. But now that I have lots of time and nowhere to go, I decided to put my skills to the test. I made macarons at home!
Heather is obviously an artist and you will definitely want to do as she says and “eat the art.” If you’re looking for a girls’ weekend activity or something fun for a bachelorette party, you will not regret taking a class at Eat the Art!
This was posted to Yelp by Katherine R. from Indianapolis, IN.