“Sweet To Lick” Vegan Bakery Opens In Williston Park, NY

photoThrilling news here at VAP! An amazing vegan bakery called Sweet To Lick just opened at 78 Hillside Ave. in Williston Park, New York. I haven’t been this excited since Organic Avenue opened up in Roslyn Heights. As far as I know, these are the only two all-vegan establishments that exist in Nassau County, Long Island. Sweet To Lick fits right into the charming neighborhood of Williston Park among the many quaint and family-friendly shops which I have grown to know and love.

photo copyOf course, I had to show my support for Sweet To Lick, so I popped into the lovely bakery on Halloween Day. I practically jumped over the counter to hug the “good guy” owner, Michael Sabet, for opening up his shop so close to my home. One of the first things I noticed when I entered the premises was this sign. After reading it, I wanted to jump over the counter and hug him again!

photo copy 2I’ll tell you more about the old-fashioned decor after I show you the goodies I purchased, including s’mores, funny bones, swiss rolls, luscious cupcakes and more! Everything was super yummy, but honorable mention goes to the funny bones, swiss rolls and assorted cupcakes. There were several non-vegan customers in the store who were raving about the World Famous Ginger Ale Crumb Cake and Bourbon Pecan Cookies. More great excuses for me to go back. I forgot to mention that Sweet To Lick’s delicious baked goods are “mostly organic” too.

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photo copy 18This Halloween cupcake tasted as good as it looks. The jam on the inside was from my favorite Miss Amy’s which I buy at the farmer’s market. Yum!

Image 11-3-13 at 12.25 PMThere were some gorgeous cakes in the display cabinet, including Oreo Cookie, Lemon Coconut Blueberry and “Campfire” cakes, and I was told that every day different flavors are made. Custom orders are also taken which makes my next birthday cake purchase an easy decision.

photo copy 13The apothecary-style decor was as enticing as the delectable pastries, and there were several tables enabling you to sit down and enjoy your treats. The fresh coffee was from a local roaster, and non-dairy milk and tea were also available. I was happy to see that the bakery was bustling with customers when I was there. From the goodies I sampled, I have no doubt that the bakery will always be bustling. I’m also pretty sure I saw a sign on the wall indicating that Sundays were fresh scone days there. That sounds nice, doesn’t it?

Image 11-3-13 at 12.28 PMIf you live on Long Island, I recommend that you start using Sweet To Lick as your “go-to” bakery. Why not eat cruelty-free baked goods when they taste and look as delicious as these? If you don’t live on Long Island, I highly suggest that you add Sweet To Lick on your list of “places-to-go.” A quick stop on your way to Long Island’s East End (if you are lucky enough to be able to go there) would be perfect!

photo copy 20Guess what? Sweet To Lick sells its handmade Organic Vegan Chocolate Cake Mix, and their scrumptious Classic Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies on Etsy. I’m impressed!

As you can see, the vegan trend continues to grow, even in my neighborhood. I couldn’t be more thrilled, especially with the charming and delicious Sweet To Lick.

Sweet To Lick Vegan Bakery, Williston Park, New York…

They Bake With No Eggs, Butter, Milk, Animals…

No Never, Not Any!

Click here to check out Sweet To Lick’s website.







  1. I’m hearing such good things about your bakery. What are your hours of operation?

  2. Camillie says:

    I took a walk last weekend with my son and found Sweet To Lick Bakery. We bought cookies and this absolutely wonder Ginger Ale Crumb cake. We wish we had bought more, the cookies and the Cake was incredible.
    It great to find this type of Bakery so close to home, we be coming back again.

    • I absolutely LOVE that Ginger Ale Crumb cake from Sweet To Lick Bakery! I also feel lucky to have this wonderful vegan bakery so close to my home.Thanks for commenting!


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