Little Bigs Maine

We Create Delicious Memories.

Newest desserts

We are creating the best desserts in the city with the taste of secret ingredients. Follow the aroma of freshly baked cakes to our store.
  • Turkish Delight Cake
  • Cheesecake Bars
  • Chocolate Pudding

Looking for a custom cake design?

Call us or send a mail to deliver your idea to us. We will use the best methods to bring your creativity into reality. Our team is well equipped for any kind of request for cakes.
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We Also Make

Our bakery also comprises of a snack corner serving quick bites for the hungry birds.

Sandwich

Try out our freshly made sandwich with customizable ingredients ready to be served.

Fried Chicken

The delicious sauces and the smokey chicken will fall off the bones for the crunchy and soft taste.

Burgers

We have smokey and juicy patties waiting to get served. Try our special burgers with homemade sauce.

Pizzas

Try out our extra cheese pizzas waiting to melt in your mouth. Customize toppings for a new pizza every day.

Clients Testimonials

“..At present the best bakery and restaurant that I like to visit after my classes. It is a great place to relax and hang out with your friends.."
Leola A. Hartman

About our journey

We are a couple of friends who could not find a comfortable place to chill that had good food. So, we made our own. We love to hear what our customers have to say about our experimented recipes. It really motivates us to run this business while giving out good food to our customers.

Latest From Blog

9 Everyday Snacks to Complement Your Coffee

Everyday Snacks

Having a new thing to try out with coffee every day around the weel can make your coffee time even brighter. You can always have something fresh to eat instead of the same biscuits every day. Here are some everyday snacks that you can eat with your daily coffee.

Salted almonds

Salted almonds can be the best when paired with mint-flavoured coffee drinks. It is also a healthy snack to increase productivity and concentration, especially when you take it with coffee.

Dried cranberries

Your caramel mocha will taste the best with a hint of tanginess from dried cranberries. You can either keep then on a tray separately or sprinkle some on the top of your whipped cream for the best looks and flavours.

Nutella

Nutella

Nutella is one hazelnut spread that is loved around the world. You can make your coffee time count with a scoop of Nutella on the top of your coffee. You can also use Nutella to spread on a bread early morning and have it with your coffee to start your day.

Buttermints

These special mints will melt slowly on the hot Americano to give you a buttery, minty flavour for every hot sip. You can feel the butterfish flavours adding value to your coffee and make you more energized than usual.

Tapioca Pudding

You can enjoy your morning coffee with a special tapioca pudding if you want blending vanilla taste alongside your hot cup of coffee. The best way to try it is to keep it in the freezer until it is cold and they try ith with a hot cup of coffee.

Fig Newtons

You can try fig newtons with your classic cappuccino cup. Heat it in the microwave for a minute and dip it inside your cappuccino and watch the magic unravel with every sip you take.

Peanut M&Ms

M&Ms are all-time favourites for kids, but you will love them too when you try it with a hot cup of coffee. They are also suitable for frozen coffee drinks and makes your drinks a little bit sweeter when you are relaxing.

Dark Chocolate

This is our personal favourite item to complement your hot coffee. Try a fruit-scented coffee with raspberry or blackberry. You can either dip it in the coffee to sip melted dark chocolate or chew it while you take sips of coffee to blend both the tastes.

Spicy peanuts

You can try out the spicy-sweet flavour of peanuts and coffee together. The spicier your peanuts are, the sweeter you can make your coffee to best get both the flavours to attack your tongue. You can relinquish the spiciness of the peanuts with coffee and then do the opposite to remove the excess sweet taste.

9 Types of Cakes that You Should Learn to Bake

Cakes

If you are slowly developing an interest in cake baking, you should not limit yourself to only one type of cake. When you are shopping the ingredients to bake yourself a cake, why not try buying a few extra ingredients every time to create different flavours. This is a list which will tell you about the cakes that you can learn to bake.

Yellow butter cake

No one can refuse the delicious Yellow butter cake topped with heavy chocolate frosting. Yellow butter cake involves creaming the butter and sugar together with all the other ingredients. You can learn to make it in different ways that can keep you fulfiled for the whole week.

Poundcake

It is an easy-to-make cake, just like its name. It has a pound each of sugar, butter, and flour. It is not as fluffy as other cakes but can provide a very dense structure. It is a classic recipe served with hot coffee or tea.

Red velvet cake

If you want to try out something artistic, you can try out the red velvet cake recipe. The colour of this cake comes from the reaction between buttermilk and cocoa powder. You can also use food colours to brighten up your cake a bit more.

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Carrot cake

This simple cake recipe uses oil as its main fat rather than butter. It has grated carrots which make the cake moister. You can create different flavours in this cake by adding different ingredients or flavours. Pecans or walnuts are optional.

Sponge cake

The fluffiest cake in the list which has no artificial bakers and is completely made with whipped eggs is the sponge cake.  Most people use only the egg whites for baking it. You can soak the cake in syrup and layer it with whipped cream, perfect for a great dinner party.

Genoise cake

Genoise is the Italian version of sponge cake which is popular in Italy and France. This cake is made by whipping egg yolks, whites, and sugar together until it becomes mousse-like. Later the flour, butter or oil are added in to bake it to its fluffiest level.

Chiffon cake

This cake is a cross between a sponge cake and oil cake. The oil makes the cake rich in flavours, similar to the shortened cake, and the whipped egg whites and baking powder help it become lightweight and airy.

Chiffon cake

Flourless cake

These cakes are available in two different varieties – bakes and non-baked. It is rich because of the high-fat content, and it may or may not have a bottom crumb crust based on the recipe type.

Upside down cake

This butter style cake is a classic version that is made with pineapple traditionally. You can use other fruits for making it without a problem. The toppings are spread in the bottom of the pan, topped with butter and sugar. Then the cake batter is spread over it for baking. Once it is baked, you will need to put it upside down with the fruits facing up.