Eat Beat: Sweet Tooth Fairy

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A new Sweet Tooth Fairy item, the WonderBowl, is a waffle cone with icing in the bottom, topped with layers of cookies, a scoop of ice cream and a crushed-up Cakebite. (Savannah Bassett)
A new Sweet Tooth Fairy item, the WonderBowl, is a waffle cone with icing in the bottom, topped with layers of cookies, a scoop of ice cream and a crushed-up Cakebite. (Savannah Bassett)

Sweet Tooth Fairy is like something out of a fairy tale – it can make an adult feel like a child again. Its beautifully crafted cupcakes, bags of colorful popcorn and candy make this gourmet bake shop magical.

Price range

Cakebites start at $1 and cupcakes at $2.35. A baker’s dozen of cupcakes costs $27, and a small cake made to order costs $35.

Special sweet treats

Food Network viewers know Sweet Tooth Fairy best for its cupcakes, as it won the network’s competition “Cupcake Wars” four years ago. It also has more unique items such as Cakebites and Cupshakes.

Sweet Tooth Fairy recently added a new specialty item to its menu: the WonderBowl. The WonderBowl is a waffle cone with icing in the bottom, topped with layers of cookies, a scoop of ice cream and a crushed-up Cakebite.

Sweet Tooth Fairy’s menu also offers gluten-free items.

Hours and locations

Sweet Tooth Fairy has multiple locations in Utah and one in Gilbert, Arizona. The Provo shop is at 1227 S. University Ave., and the Orem shop is at University Village, 1064 S. 750 East. Both locations are open from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday–Saturday, with the Orem shop staying open one hour later on weekends.

What the manager says

“We always want people to leave here feeling like they are a part of the Sweet Tooth Fairy family,” said Shyanna Jones, manager of Provo’s Sweet Tooth Fairy. “We really do want everyone to feel so loved and no one leave unhappy.”

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