The Newest Social Enterprise Serves Up Delicious Treats For Every Occasion

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Last week Fourteen Twenty Nine and I hosted a wonderful date night experience at Coffee Connections where we paired the delicious brownies from Fourteen Twenty Nine with coffee from Coffee Connections along with intentional conversations starters.  Events like these really fill my heart with so much joy because I truly love meeting each and everyone of you and if I can do that while also supporting local businesses it’s EVEN better.  Occassion

Fourteen Twenty Nine is a specialty bakery with a focus on all types of brownies.  Cookies and Cream, Cake Batter, Cheesecake, and Classic are just a few of the many wonderful flavors.  This would be the perfect local business to order from when thinking about birthday parties, teacher gifts, or for anytime you have a friend or family member who needs a little pick me up. They also cater weddings and other social gatherings.  

The owner, Amanda Caldwell, is passionate about supporting survivors of human trafficking and puts her money where her mouth is by donating a portion of the profits to organizations like Out Of The Darkness, a local non profit opening an emergency safe house in Ohio.  That’s something that I can 100% get behind and a business I want to support.

You can find them the rest of the summer/fall at the Westgate Farmers Market the first and third Saturdays of the month for all of your brownie needs.  You can see below that I'm totally in love with the Brownies...I mean who wouldn't be?

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4 Reasons To Love Fourteen Twenty Nine


  1. They use locally sourced ingredients

  2. This locally owned business is a wonderful member of the community and active in the Westgate Farmers Market

  3. They truly care about the community and show that by donation a portion of the profits benefits survivors of human trafficking.

  4. The brownies are DELICIOUS

You can follow them on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with all the wonderful goodies.  

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