Well, I did it!
It took a little over a year, but any worthwhile endeavor takes time. Needless to say, I enjoyed each and every bite. To keep track of all of those vegan cupcake, scone, muffin and cookie flavors, I made an infographic (no need to strain your eyes, click on the infographic to view a larger version).
Even though there’s a lot of flavors, Sweet Aha! only has a few select ones available each week at the farmer’s market. Which is probably a good thing, fewer options makes it a little easier to decide. Of course, if you’re ordering a dozen or more, you can choose whatever flavor your heart desires.
Perhaps a Coffee Cupcake with Vanilla Frosting, topped with salted caramel. It has a hint of a coffee taste, the perfect amount for me as I’m not a big coffee drinker. The caramel topping adds a bit more sweetness and flavor just like one of those fancy coffee drinks.
Coconut Cranberry Scone, one of my favorites with its light, fluffy texture and plumb cranberries.
The nice thing about Sweet Aha! scones is that they keep for a long time, at least a week. Although I’ve never been able to keep any that long. No matter how hard I try to ignore it and pretend it’s not sitting on the counter, staring me down, I’m incapable of saving it for later. It’s gone by the next morning.
Compared to some of the other scone flavors with their added-in extras, you might think the Classic Butter Scone to be rather plain. It is in fact anything but.
There’s a reason why it’s called “classic”. It’s buttery and fluffy, with a sprinkle of sugar on top.
If you love lemons, then this is the cupcake for you – Lemon Cupcake with Classic Frosting and Lemon Drizzle.
Butterscotch Cookie with Pecans. I don’t know how they get the butterscotch taste into these cookies but they do.
Chocolate Chip Cookie. You might have notice by now, I like to have a nice glass of dairy-free milk with my cookies, muffins and cupcakes. Because, in Chow Vegan land, that’s what makes it a complete snack.
Chocolate Cupcake with Chocolate Frosting and Coconut, Pecan, Caramel Drizzle. So light! And fluffy! And chocolatey! And with just the right amount of sweet (unlike other cupcakes with their overly sweet frosting).
Alright, I’ll stop gushing now and just sit here quietly drooling while you look at the remaining photos.
Coconut Raisin Muffin
Ginger Spice Muffin
Pumpkin Spice Cupcake with Vanilla Frosting
After trying all of their flavors, I can say unequivocally it’s been an awesome and tasty experience. You really can’t go wrong with anything from Sweet Aha! Their commitment to using only the best, freshest, all-natural, mostly organic, minimally processed ingredients shines through in every single item.