We discovered The Cupcake Teahouse at the back of a small shopping centre. It's not far from a fitness gym which could be handy for locals.
This is a cute lolly pink shop with tables inside and out for dining and a large cabinet filled with a variety of cupcakes. It looks like a great venue for children's tea parties. They also make children's birthday cakes to order. The cupcakes were priced between $3.50 and $4.50.
We were told they baked nearly every day which sounded good at the time however anticipation over rated reality here.
Our team sampled four cupcakes - The passionfruit sponge had passionfruit in the cake and icing but was not baked that day and was way too cold from the fridge cabinet even though we didn't eat them straight away.
It was a heavy crumbly cake with traditional cupcake icing.
The gluten free chocolate cake was fresh with a good rich choc flavour and a slightly sandy texture from the almond meal. It was well balanced by small amount of chocolate icing. Nice.
Although it was decoratively appealing the marshmallow cupcake was a very light sponge with thin icing. One comment was that it was like chewing on a foam mattress.
A more generous amount of icing might have saved the white choc mudcake which was not very fresh.
Bottom line: Buy these cupcakes straight from the oven.
Shop 9 86 Buderim Mall, Burnett street, Buderim 5476 8467 www.kiddiescakes.com.au