Sunset Mall adds new bakery, Crumbs Bakery

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SAN ANGELO – The Sunset Mall has added a new kiosk filled with sweet treats called Crumbs Bakery.

Owner Emily Lloyd started at the Mall, 4001 Sunset Drive, on October 19, 2019 and plans to be open every weekend, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

As the holidays approach, she plans to extend the hours and working days.

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The bakery usually has specials on Sundays as it is the end of the baking week.

Moving the business from Houston, Lloyd will be donating cupcakes, cookies, scones, mini pies and more.

Cupcakes ready to be put on the shelves of Crumbs Bakery, 4001 Sunset Drive.

“I’m still testing the waters to see what will sell here,” she said.

Lloyd also makes personalized cakes, wedding cakes, cookies, cupcakes and more.

Although Thanksgiving is approaching, she is unable to sell pumpkin pies due to refrigeration requirements and her classification as a home baker.

“I am only allowed to sell certain items since I am a home baker,” she said.

However, pecan pies can be ordered.

Lloyd started the business in 2011 when she had to quit her full-time job to care for her grandmother with dementia.

Emily Lloyd, owner, writes signs for her sweet treats at Crumbs Bakery.

“It was turning a hobby into a business at the time,” she said.

In 2015, his family moved to San Angelo and put the business on the back burner.

“Last April I decided to quit my job and go back,” Lloyd said.

It is not yet sure whether it will become a full retail bakery.

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“I know the work that goes into it, and I’m just not sure I’m ready for it,” Lloyd said.

Lloyd can be contacted for special orders at 713-885-7410, by email at [email protected] or on his website at crumbsbakerytexas.com.

Rosanna Aguilera covers entertainment, things to do and new trends in West Texas. Send her current tips to [email protected] Consider supporting West Texas journalism with a subscription to GoSanAngelo.com.


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