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One Sweet Slice bakery opens second store in Sandy

Published April 17, 2013 10:48 am

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One Sweet Slice has opened a second store at 9305 S. Village Shop Dr., in Sandy. Besides custom cakes and cupcakes, the shop sells cake pops, French macarons, lemon bars and brownies.

Co-owner and designer Janell Brown won a 2012 episode of "Cupcake Wars" on the Food Network. Her team's winning design was based on Star Wars.

The 8-year-old company has its home store in South Jordan. It's most unusual offering may be the cow cake it made for a Texas rancher at Sundance, said president Trent Brown, Janell's husband.

The most popular cupcake flavors include coconut key lime (with a coconut cream cheese frosting and pocket of lime curd), peanut-butter swirl and carmel.

The family business started as Janell's hobby — she learned to decorate after taking classes at Roberts Crafts - but turned into a job after Trent lost his sales job in 2010 as part of the Great Recession.

The couple had hoped to open a second shop, and their plans were accelerated after they won the TV show contest.

Where • 9305 S. Village Shop Drive, Sandy, 801-307-6789. 1644 W. Towne Center Drive, South Jordan, 801-727-4275

Open • Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

Cost • $2.50 for single cupcake; $2.25 for lemon or peanut butter bars; $1 for macarons, $25 for 6-inch frosted cake from display case.