7 Black-owned businesses that are satisfying Huntsville’s sweet tooth

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Who’s ready for some sweet treats? (Berry Delishes 256 / Facebook)

One way we’re celebrating Black History Month this year is with some sweet treats. We know where to get some scrumptious eats from local Black-owned restaurants (and we even have some menu recs!), but we need some sweet treats after all that savory goodness.

Here are nine Black-owned spots in the Huntsville area whipping up sweet treats—from cakes to ice cream and everything in between.

1. Regale Cupcakery

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Do I have to choose just one? (Regale Cupcakery / Facebook)

Regale Cupcakery is known for their creative cupcake flavors such as Lavender Lemon Berry, Tomato Soup and Purple Velvet. But they don’t stop at cupcakes. Their lattes, cookies and cinnamon rolls (only served on Saturdays!) are to die for.

2. A. Wilson Cakes

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An artist at work. (A. Wilson Cakes – Joel and Amber Photography / Facebook)

Aisha Wilson is an incredibly talented engineer-turned-cake baker who brings her background in STEM to the table with her beautiful cakes. Her technical approach to baking makes for the most perfect taste and texture, and then she decorates them with the most beautiful designs for all sorts of occasions. Plus, she teaches classes!

3. CrumBites Delights

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Didn’t see that one coming, did you? (CrumBites Delights / Facebook)

If you’re a fan of Huntsville’s local markets, you’ve probably seen CrumBites Delights. They bake tasty, healthier and allergen-friendly goods that taste just like the real deal. You can find their baked goods at Oakwood Farms Market and on the menu at The Veggie.

4. JJ’s Treats

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I’ll take one of each. (JJ’s Treats / Facebook)

It’s rare that you can find snow cones, pies, cakes, cookies, cobbler, brownies and coffee cake all in the same place. But, you can at JJ’s Treats. They bake everything fresh and there’s always something new on the menu.

5. Louise’s Sweets & Treats

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Beach trip in a cake. (Louise’s Sweets & Treats / Facebook)

Brittney “Louise” Lee is the owner and baker at Louise’s Sweet & Treats. She watched her grandmothers bake as she was growing up, and she now uses many of their recipes for her beautiful cakes.

6. Three Scoops

Three Scoops uses the phrase, “Three times the flavor,” to describe their rich and delicious ice creams. But they don’t stop at ice cream. They also have smoothies, frozen yogurt, coffee, shakes and baked goods—a sweet lover’s paradise.

7. Berry Delishes 256

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The master of sweet color schemes. (Berry Delishes 256 / Facebook)

This business has one of the cutest social media feeds ever. Berry Delishes 256 makes custom cakes and sweets and arranges them in creative ways for stunning events and gifts. One of their specialties are the letter boxes—boxes shaped like letters filled with cute sweets.

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Sarah Gronberg
Sarah Gronberg
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