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Tasty Tuesday:Perfectly Sweet



Before going low carb, I used to love to bake. I'd whip up some cookies or a cake just because it was Tuesday and the sun came up. But now, I'm just not doing it. And mostly because as hard as it is to scale a recipe down for three, it's even more difficult to scale it down for 2. But fortunately, we have found a solution.

Enter Perfectly Sweet!



It's a little bakery in downtown Plymouth next to The Cozy Cafe. We've had lots of great treats form there and by we I mean my husband and daughter and me sneaking a bite or two. The cannoli are just the right size for an after dinner treat, the cookies are not only cute but try as well, the cake with buttercream frosting as delicious, soft pretzels are a perfect game day treat, the list goes on. Here is one of the things that I really like about the store, not everything is always available. Some items are made once a week and when they are gone, they are gone. It shows me that Kurt, the owner, has a real sense of the rhythm of life and that it should be enjoyed, not mass produced and shoved down the pie hole with wild abandon.
We enjoy not only the treats that we get when we visit this shop, but the conversation as well. If you want a little treat to brighten your week stop by Perfectly Sweet, you won't be disappointed. If you are, bring your leftovers to my house, we'll finish them for you!

PS They are currently closed Sunday and Monday, you'll have to drop by some other day to get your sweets.

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