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New Bellbrook bake shop keeps ‘decadence’ in the family 


A trio of baking superwomen are churning out sugary decadence inside of one of the Miami Valley’s newest bakeries. 

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Jackie Fuller, her mother Adonica Collins-Smith, and her mother-in-law Debby Fuller opened Simply Decadent on Aug. 29 at 108 West Franklin St. in Bellbrook.

It is truly a family affair. 

The day we visited the shop, Jackie’s husband, Ian, was there with their newborn daughter, Aria

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Like her grandmothers and mom, the baby donned a “Simply Decadent” apron for a photo.

It was borrowed from her 3-year-old brother, Grayson.

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Debby Fuller said everything is from fondant to filling is customizable and made in-house at the bakery, which is located just doors down from Dot’s Supermarket.

Their baked goods were in demand. The shop is the result. 

“We’ve been decorating cakes for a long, long time for friends and family and just had more and more people asking us to do things,” Debby Fuller said. “And we get to do it with family.” 

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The bakery specializes in sugar, its owners joked. 

It can handle anything from cake pops and cookies to five-tiered wedding cakes and the 10-foot-long cake dragon Collins-Smith made for an Asian Pacific islander month celebration at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. 

Simply Decadent is also able to make vegan and gluten-free treats.

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Want to go?

What: Simply Decadent

Where: 108 West Franklin St., Bellbrook 

Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Closed Monday and Sunday. 

Phone: 937-545-2614

Info:  Facebook


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