Happy Avenue is established with the objective of bringing happiness to others in the form of home-baked treats.
Owner-baker Judy started baking as a form of leisure pursuit, who later decided to take up baking and frosting courses professionally and start an online business to sell her bakes after receiving numerous compliments from those who’ve tried her cupcakes.
Happy Avenue has sold over 10,000 cupcakes thus far, and orders have to be made way in advance due to overwhelming popularity.
The moist and chocolaty Signature Valrhona Triple Dark is the best seller amongst the cupcakes, and also a personal favourite of mine, made of dark chocolate cake, dark chocolate chips, and topped with dark chocolate ganache, all made out of quality Valrhona dark chocolate.
Other flavours include Vanilla Lemon Cream, Red Velvet, Choc Peanut Butter, Choc Salted Caramel, Choc Brazlilian Coffee, and Vanilla Strawberry.
The Red Velvet was a tad too dry for my liking.
Pricing for a box of assorted flavours: 9 regulars ($33.50), 12 regulars ($44), 9 minis ($29), 20 minis ($62)
Pricing for a box of one flavour: 9 regulars ($30), 12 regulars ($40), 9 minis ($27), 20 minis ($60)
You get to customise your cupcakes as well:
– Cream tinting FOC
– Toppers $1 per piece
– Fondant $1.50 per piece
– Box + Ribbon + Rag $1.50 per set
Kueh Lapis: Signature Nutella ($60 for 1.4kg/$35 for 700g); Prune, Choc chip and Plain ($55 for 1.2kg/$30 for 600g)
Kueh Lapis comes in four flavours: Plain, Signature Nutella, Prune and Choc Chip. The Signature Nutella is a personal favourite! I found the plain one to be lacking in aroma and buttery richness. The butter content is probably cut down for to cater to the health conscious.
Islandwide delivery is available at $20 per location, excluding offshore and Tuas.
Visit Facebook.com/happi.avenue for more information.