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Nine Raleigh Spots for Pumpkin Treats this Fall

(The Triangle Trend) — There’s nothing that screams “Fall” quite like delicious Pumpkin spice flavors and aromas. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and pumpkin make for the perfect treat all day every day, but they hit just a little bit different in the Autumn season. 2020 may have been a year full of changes, but if one thing is going to remain consistent; it’ll be the seasonal pumpkin pies and pumpkin spice treats we all look forward to annually. You don’t have to save the bliss for Thanksgiving though. These Raleigh restaurants offer the opportunity to indulge yourself in pumpkin pep every single day.

The Cupcake Shoppe

104 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603

Everything from cupcakes to custom cakes, cookies, macaroons, bars, and whoopie pies, all baked in-house daily. They also boast a full espresso bar, breakfast pastries, croissants, muffins, and more! They utilize local food sources and serve locally roasted Joe Van Gogh coffees and espresso.

MB’s Tasty Pastries

3900 Burlington Mills Rd, Wake Forest, NC 27587

This is the perfect place to get a homemade pie, and they have so many flavors. The selection is impressively large, especially considering how small the place is. They have flavors like blueberry, key lime, coconut cream, bourbon pecan, pecan, apple crumble, and more. Definitely worth checking out!

Burney’s Sweets & More

4500 Falls Of Neuse Rd, Suite 100 Raleigh, NC 27609

Burney’s is a locally owned and family-operated bakery serving an original recipe for glazed croissants, 15-layer cakes, pies, cookies, cupcakes, donuts, pastries, ice cream, and coffee!

Edible Art

4351-115 The Circle At N Hills, Raleigh, NC 27609

As Raleigh’s oldest bakery and dessert cafe, Edible Art consistently serves high-quality goods made from scratch and does top-tier dessert decorating. Since 1982, they’ve been well known for their unmistakable, secret pound cake recipe, as well as for creating awesomely artful desserts. They serve both seasonal and standard flavors.  

Hayes Barton Café & Dessertery

2000 Fairview Rd, Suite B, Raleigh, NC 27608

Hayes Barton foods are like cafe food with simple hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, and soups ranging from $8 to $13. You can go there for their comforting old-time diner feel, hanging out with friends and indulging in a milkshake, or a giant slice of cake. And the cakes they serve are out of this world.

Slice Pie Company                               

17 E Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601

Slice Pie is home to the State Fair Blue Ribbon Pie, made to order and freshly baked. This father-daughter duo has one fantastically straight-forward goal—not to just make a good pie, but to create a mouthwatering, full-flavored experience that your taste buds won’t soon forget.

Nothing Bundt Cakes                             

6643 Falls Of Neuse Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615

Nothing Bundt Cakes in Raleigh is a bakery that combines the warmth of nostalgia with a fresh, modern approach. Their luscious cakes are made with the finest ingredients, including real eggs, butter, and cream cheese, in 40 unique designs and 10 delicious flavors.

Sweet Traditions By Leane

12516 Capital Blvd, Suite 106, Wake Forest, NC 27587

Sweet Traditions is a bakery based in-home in Wake Forest NC. They specialize in cupcakes and cakes. They have a mobile cupcake truck that goes out daily to sell their cupcakes. They use some of the best ingredients and lots of imagination to create the perfect personalized cupcakes, cakes, and mini desserts for events of all kinds.

Groovy Duck Bakery

3434 Edwards Mill Rd, Suite 110, Raleigh, NC 27612

The Groovy Duck Bakery is a small bakery with a large repertoire. They have a fantastic variety of cakes, cookies, pastries, pies, tarts, espresso drinks, coffee, and many more cafe favorites. They love using fresh local produce and some of their goodies can only be found seasonally.

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