Dessert Should Always be Delightful


    When Wendy (right) was self diagnosed with a gluten intolerance in 2006, she immediately felt relief from a life of digestive issues.  But a new issue arose, her food choices lacked flavor and texture and her choices of what to eat became limited.  Wendy began her journey into the world of gluten free cooking and baking.  After many years of self study, she decided to take an immersion course at the acclaimed Culinary Institute of America and began trying recipes out on unsuspecting friends.  Soon friends and family began asking for treats for their parties, and they were not even gluten intolerant. Wendy knew her fresh baked goods were ready for the public.

      So, Wendy and Letha (left) decided to take the plunge and open their own bakery.  Bake Me Happy is committed to making your next bite the most decadent thing you have tried since sliced bread.  Satisfy your next craving with a baked good that won’t crumble to dust and leave you feeling like there is no pleasure in food.  Wendy is a part of the community she serves, understanding the importance of what she does, and also knows that you cannot rush a perfect recipe.

Letha Pugh and Wendy Miller Pugh owners of Bake Me Happy
All Bake Me Happy Products are baked in a dedicated gluten free kitchen