Puddin’s Cake Corner is your neighborhood specialty cake shop located in the heart of Northeast Philadelphia at 4814 Princeton Ave. Philadelphia, PA.
We design amazing one-of-a-kind cakes for your special occasions that are as delicious as they look (many say it’s the best cake they have ever tasted!)
Our bakery shop is also open to the public, serving deserts and coffee drinks with a daily wide selection of cupcakes, pastries and specialty deserts available for purchase.
With the opening of our corner shop in Tacony, Puddin’s Cake Corner is the first bakery in the neighborhood in over 20 years! Puddin’s offers a cake shop/dessert bar/coffee house all in one, where customers can come in, sit down and dine in, if they like.
Puddin’s Owner & Operator
Becky Rogers is the Owner & Operator of Puddin’s Cake Corner and founded the business in 2014, combining her love of design and cake. She has been creating one-of-a-kind cakes for the last 10 years.
As the primary baker, Becky consults with customers to create specialty cakes that more than exceed expectations (many say that she is a true artist!) She thrives on coming with new ideas to express each customer’s unique interests or personality so that each cake is truly unique.
Let’s Make Something Sweet!
In the News
Metro Philadelphia – Tacony Gets First New Bakery in 20 Years
Rebecca Rogers is helping bring a bit of sweetness back to a neighborhood long ignored by small business.
Rogers and Puddin’s recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting and she told Metro she’s happy to see development in an area that’s gotten little attention over the years in terms of business – small business – at the very least.
“I did it with the intention of having a showroom for my specialty cakes – to offer different flavors and stuff. But it’s definitely different from any kind of bakery I’ve ever seen,” said Rogers.
Northeast Times – New Bakery Celebrates Grand Opening
When Puddin’s Cake Corner opened on Saturday morning, longtime residents said it was the first new bakery in Tacony in about 40 years.
Among those on hand for the ribbon cutting were state Rep. Mike Driscoll and representatives of the Tacony Civic Association, Tacony Community Development Corporation and the Delaware River City Corp.
“We’re like Starbucks, but more family oriented,” Becky Rogers said.