Cactus cake pops

Cactus makes perfect for baker Rachael McGee.


If eye-catching treats in interesting flavors sound succulent to you, pick Honeycomb Baking to hallmark the next special event in your life. Owner and worker bee Rachael McGee opened her bakery in 2014 and has been whipping up cheerful goodies to please even the biggest sweet tooth ever since.

The bakery offers an array of treats including sugar cookies, cakes, cake pops, brownie pops, macarons, and cupcakes, all of which can be custom decorated to suit any occasion. “I have a classic, feminine approach to design, with an obsession for detail,” McGee says of the decorative touch she lavishes on all her work. Each piece is carefully crafted to perfection.

Honeycomb Baking offers flavors ranging from traditional vanilla and chocolate to surprises like pink prosecco or champagne. Hibiscus, wildflower honey, and blueberry and lavender are new buttercream flavors that are a must-try. Add an electrifying filling like berry mascarpone or amaretto peach for even more flavor.

Looking for a great gift? Honeycomb Baking sells decorated sugar cookies at Farmhouse Cafe during holiday seasons. The bakery is taking orders now by email for custom creations for 2020. 304.578.1781, honeycombbaking.com,
@honeycombbakingwv on Facebook

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Savannah Carr
Written by Savannah Carr
Savannah Carr a Mabie, West Virginia, native, came to Morgantown for college but is staying for the culture and connections she has built. She is pursuing a degree in English with an emphasis in professional writing and editing at West Virginia University. She will graduate in December 2019. Meanwhile, she’ll continue her internship at New South Media and also join us as web and social media manager. When she’s not busy writing or sharing West Virginia’s best stories she can be found kayaking or camping with her aussiedoodle Dixie.