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Here are some answers to our frequently asked questions.  Maybe this can help!:


Q: Where are you located?

A:  SmashCake is a pop-up and catering company, meaning that at this time, we have no permanent location.  However, from time to time, a limited amount of products are sold at McEwan (38 Karl Fraser Rd, Toronto).  


Q: Do you deliver?

A:  YES.  In most cases, delivery is an option. We also offer a variety of pick-up options. 


Q:  How do I place an order?

A:  E-mail is the BEST way. 


Q:  How far in advance should I place my order?

A:  As soon as possible!   We can sometimes accommodate last minute orders, but it always depends on what it is you are looking for.  Some weeks are busier than others, so the sooner you can get your order in, the more likely we will be able to help!


Please note that SmashCake products may contain traces of nuts, and almost 100% of SmashCake baked products contain dairy and gluten.  Catering menu contains party food without gluten or dairy. 
It is advised that if allergies to these items are an issue, SmashCake products should be avoided.  It is important that you communicate this when you share your SmashCake products.  We apologize for this bad news. 


The Story...

SmashCake Desserts was created by me,  Ashley Akey, in July 2011.  It began while I was working in an office downtown.  I missed my old cooking job, and found myself with lots of time to play in the kitchen at home. As a result, I was constantly bringing snacks in for my co-workers.  Then I was bringing in snacks for the other offices in the building, and before I knew it, people were asking me to make treats for their events.  Let's just say one thing led to another, and SmashCake was born. 

The timing couldn't have been better either.  The food scene in Toronto is booming right now, but not necessarily because of restaurants.  A new breed of food-nerd has emerged, armed with a series of mobile social media outlets, a hungry belly and a huge amount of support for the pop-up and food truck vendor.  As I found myself landing in the "pop up" category, I started participating in "pop-up events" - things like Toronto Underground Market (TUM), TO Food Fest and AwesTruck by Food Truck Eats.  These sort of events have allowed me to build a brand, and have given me an opportunity to showcase some of my best treats while interacting directly with my customers - one of my favourite things to do.    

These last few years have seen many "cakes, cupcakes & general chaos". Looking forward to more!


Being silly & baking cookies with "SmashMOM"