New cupcake business opens in Sidney


Megan Wade-Allen, of Sidney, holds a plate of Buckeyes while arranging a plate of peanut and chocolate clusters, both of which she made and is offering at her new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections.

Megan Wade-Allen, of Sidney, holds a plate of Buckeyes while arranging a plate of peanut and chocolate clusters, both of which she made and is offering at her new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Megan Wade-Allen, left, puts frosting on some cupcakes as her son Logan Allen, 9, both of Sidney, adds sprinkles in their home on Thursday, Aug. 15. Wade-Allen is starting a new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

SIDNEY – Sweet Cheeks Confections announced it is open for business, located at 817 Foraker Ave. in Sidney.

A cupcake and candy-making home-based business, owner Megan Wade-Allen said she is excited to offer a wide variety of delectable flavor combinations for any event. Sweet Cheeks offers gluten-free and vegan cupcake flavor options for those with food sensitivities and offers a new way for everyone to enjoy delicious cupcakes, regardless of dietary needs, Wade-Allen said.

Features and benefits of Sweet Cheeks include:

• Locally sourced, organic ingredients used whenever possible.

• 25 percent off discount for all military servicemen and women, including active duty, retired, veterans and reservists, as well as for all first responders. This offer never expires.

• Referral and frequent-buyer discounts and free rewards.

Sweet Cheeks is available effective immediately, offering cupcakes and candies, making them affordable for all budgets while maintaining high standards of quality, Wade-Allen said.

For more information, see Sweet Cheeks Confections’ Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sweetcheeksconfections or call 937-726-7691.

Megan Wade-Allen, of Sidney, holds a plate of Buckeyes while arranging a plate of peanut and chocolate clusters, both of which she made and is offering at her new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/08/web1_SDN082019Confections2.jpgMegan Wade-Allen, of Sidney, holds a plate of Buckeyes while arranging a plate of peanut and chocolate clusters, both of which she made and is offering at her new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Megan Wade-Allen, left, puts frosting on some cupcakes as her son Logan Allen, 9, both of Sidney, adds sprinkles in their home on Thursday, Aug. 15. Wade-Allen is starting a new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/08/web1_SDN082019Confections1.jpgMegan Wade-Allen, left, puts frosting on some cupcakes as her son Logan Allen, 9, both of Sidney, adds sprinkles in their home on Thursday, Aug. 15. Wade-Allen is starting a new business called Sweet Cheeks Confections. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News