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Two Little Bakers, The Family Friendly Café for Cupcake Aficionados

A cupcake a day keeps the doctor away. I believe that’s how the saying goes. For anyone who fantasises about light fluffy cake, topped with smooth, rich butter cream and with extras such as drizzled butterscotch, or fresh strawberries, the cupcake offerings at Two Little Bakers may just be the most heavenly cupcakes you have ever eaten.

This locally owned and run café in Mudgeeraba has a delicious menu that serves brunch Monday to Saturday alongside a cabinet stocked with sublime food. Everything is made on site by two little bakers; it does not get much more authentic than this.

To find this hidden gem, just put 4/ 50 Railway St, Mudgeeraba into your Google map app. The café is tucked into the corner of a small group of shops and there is parking out the front or across the road. Take your youngsters inside, find a seat out the in fairy garden and order the delights that you have been daydreaming about.

What you’ll find at Two Little Bakers Mudgeeraba

This family friendly café is filled with parents, grandparents, kids, prams, youngsters and other people when we arrive. Despite its popularity, the atmosphere is not chaotic, due primarily to the inside/outside areas providing three different seating options comprising the delightful curb side tables, creatively designed internal seating and through to the covered courtyard with fairy garden.

Our little ones are entertained in this garden zone long enough for us to finish our coffee and single cupcake (or maybe three). The resident lizard is a hit with our boys, perched in the fairy garden as if guarding the fairies while they sleep (the owners Kris and Ash recently found out Lorenzo the lizard is actually a girl so are deciding what she shall now be called – my suggestion is ‘Princess Cupcake Buttercream’)

The Family Friendly Café Two Little Bakers

For many families with young children brunch has become the new dinner out. We are trapped in our homes of an evening, unless we can talk someone into staying with the kids. So we compromise and over time brunch becomes the favourite meal of the day.

The weekend brunch scene at the Gold Coast is alive and well and on Saturday mornings (or throughout the week) you’ll find a healthy size crowd vying for tables at The Two Little Bakers. Due to the fact that brunch locations with fantastic food and a family friendly atmosphere are rare gems, when you add divine cupcakes to the mix you have a recipe for popularity.


What’s on for families at The Two Little Bakers

This is the type of café you can go to throughout the day and find something to enjoy. It’s a place that serves old fashioned type wholesome baked fare. The old world quality of Two Little Bakers has resulted in a loyal following which has steadily developed over the three years it’s been open. It is evident as you enter that love has gone into this place. Recommended for families, Two Little Bakers offers an ideal retreat for parents and their offspring in the happily presented décor, great service and down home feeling.

Did I mention the cupcakes?

Hot Tip for visiting The Two Little Bakers Cafe

  • There is a number of parks out the front of the café for free with a time limit, or you can park across the road for longer periods
  • There is ample seating at this café and they do a roaring takeaway trade for anyone needing takeaway cupcakes for work
  • The Two Little Bakers make specialty cakes to order, visit their website for details

Looking for another family-friendly cafe nearby? Check out Neighbourhood Espresso

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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