Nicole McBeth’s passion for baking and refined set of skills, are in no small way attributed to those who came before her. As a young girl, she watched in awe as her mother and grandmother danced about the kitchen, talking and laughing while whisking egg whites and pinching the edges of a perfect pie crust. Nicole wanted to be involved not only for the excitement of creating decadent goods, but also to share in the making of precious memories. Over the years, she has watched and learned from her mother, aunts, grandmothers and great grandmothers, who learned from their mothers, aunts and grandmothers before them. They shared recipes that would continue to stand the tastes of time and become some of Cinnamomma’s signature treats, and they shared traditions upon which this business was built.
From an early age her fervor stemmed, however it was not until after she was married to her husband Travis, graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from BYU and raising her six children, that she decided to start this business. Because many of her fondest memories have taken place in a kitchen, Nicole works diligently to provide a similar experience for all of her customers. She strives for a bake that is reminiscent of “home”, but also novel and fresh in flavor. By the hands and minds of many others was a foundation laid, but by her own two hands, Nicole McBeth continues to expand her range and grow her business.
At Cinnamomma, we wish to carry out our tasty traditions, but to extend them far beyond the branches of just one family tree. We wish to innovate, in order to connect generations of the past with ones of the present. We wish to inspire others to do the same. We wish to assist in the making of precious memories, to generate joy in the lives of others, and we work to create the products that will do so.