We believe in the value of homemade, handcrafted quality baked goods. Not only do they warm the home, but our pastries will definitely warm your heart. Our favorite time of day is when our first batch comes out of the oven early in the morning, and the fresh smell fills the entire street.
We value locally grown, fresh ingredients and hometown growth. Our main goals are to use locally grown produce and products, marry bold flavors with traditional pastries, bring valuable jobs to Mesquite and to encouraging young entrepreneurs to follow their dreams.
Our humble beginnings started in 1998 in the West Woodlawn Neighborhood on the southside of Chicago. Jasmine's mother, Justine, was a single mother to two biological daughters but a mother to many. Family and friends from all over the city would come to the small apartment for holiday dinners and to enjoy the comforts of a loving home that many in Chicago were not afforded. Jasmine's mother was the matriarch and would create an entire holiday spread for upwards of 50 guests. Ham, turkey, cornbread dressing, collard greens, the whole shabang! But there was something missing.....dessert. At the time, Jasmine was 8 years old and had been helping her mother cook since she could see over the stove. This was the year that Jasmine took a chance and made a cake for the gathering. And what a hit it was! That was truly the start of something magical. From then on, that was Jasmine's job during the holidays. As the years went on, Jasmine fell more and more in love with baking. Once Jasmine turned 16, the baton for the holidays were passed on to her and she kept that near to her heart and still does to this day. She took a break from baking for several years to start a family but soon realized that she was missing something. And that something was baking. So in 2015, Jazzy Cakes Bake Shop was born only three years after she moved to Dallas, TX. She served her community with scratch made cakes for birthdays, holidays and weddings. Things were great but she wanted to truly challenge herself. So in 2018, she auditioned for a baking competition for the Food Network. She presented cakes, classic cookies, French macarons, profiteroles and other pastries to the production team. They were blown away but ultimately, Jasmine wasn't selected to compete. And although she wasn't selected, the birth of The Jazz Patisserie came to be. So in February of 2020, Jasmine and her husband, Jonathan, officially formed The Jazz Patisserie and began working to rebrand and embrace Jasmine's passion, French pastry.