At Tiers of Joy Gluten-Free Bakery, we make gluten-free desserts with real ingredients that you CAN eat and ENJOY too. We strive to create delicious, beautiful desserts  no matter the food allergy or diet restriction. 

AS OF APRIL 30, 2024 WE WILL NO LONGER BE LOCATED AT THE ARTISAN EXCHANGE IN WEST CHESTER, PA.
NO NEW ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN FOR APRIL 2024
SEE UPDATE SECTION FOR MORE INFO

UPDATES

I will be taking a break and laying the business down for a season to focus on family, writing a cookie/cupcake cookbook, and pursuing what brings peace.

Stayed tuned for updates and new products to purchase (notebooks, coffee mugs, dessert serving plates, planners….)

The ultimate end goal is a storefront that not only feeds your sweet tooth but also your soul and creativity. A place to gather and get filled up on sugar, caffeine and the Holy Spirit.

April 30th, 2024 will be our last day at the Artisan Exchange.

NO NEW ORDERS ARE BEING TAKEN FOR APRIL 2024 AND BEYOND.

There will be no local store deliveries after March 2024.

We are located at the Artisan Exchange in West Chester, PA.

Our last day at this location is April 30, 2024

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT A STOREFRONT- This is a wholesale production location and does not keep premade orders on hand.

The Artisan Exchange is a wholesale distribution center located at 208 Carter Dr Unit 13 B, West Chester, PA 19382

Building 208 is at the back of  the Matlack Industrial Center
  • Turn into Matlack Industrial Center entrance
  • Follow Carter Road back until you see building number 208 in front of you.
  • Make a right and drive around the building past Levante Brewing.
  • The main entrance to the Artisan Exchange is at the far end of the parking lot, Unit 13B.
Weekly pickups are by appointment only. When you arrive, your order will be brought out to you.

Questions? 

Call/Text: 610-400-3162
Email: Hello.tiersofjoygfbakery@gmail.com

March 30, 2024

Easter Theme Desserts For Purchase:

  • 4 Pack Cupcakes $20

  • Buttercream Cookie Sandwiches $5

  • Vegan Cupcakes $5 each

February 10, 2024

For Purchase:

  • 4 Pack Cupcake Flight $20
  • Two Serving Cake $5
  • 5 Pack Buttercream Cookie Sandwiches $10

Cakes will not be identical to pictures shared.

Pictures are used for ideas, reference, and creative inspiration

Once invoices are paid they are no refunds.

No Order Pick Up Sunday or Monday.

Cakes

Cake flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Lemon
  • Carrot Cake

Buttercream flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Yuzu Lemon
  • Peanut Butter
  • Cream Cheese
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Coffee
  • Raspberry Rose
  • Lemon Lavender

Tiered Cakes

Cake flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Lemon
  • Carrot Cake

Buttercream flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Yuzu Lemon
  • Peanut Butter
  • Cream Cheese
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Coffee
  • Raspberry Rose
  • Lemon Lavender

Cupcakes

Cake flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Lemon
  • Carrot Cake

Buttercream flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Yuzu Lemon
  • Peanut Butter
  • Cream Cheese
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Coffee
  • Raspberry Rose
  • Lemon Lavender

Buttercream Cookie Sandwiches

Cookie flavors:

  • Brownie
  • Chocolate Chip
  • Oatmeal

Buttercream filling:

  • Vanilla
  • Peanut Butter
  • Chocolate
  • Cream Cheese

Baked Cake Donuts

Donut flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Lemon
  • Cinnamon
  • Apple Cider

Buttercream Icing flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Yuzu Lemon
  • Lemon Lavender 
  • Maple Brown Sugar

Gift Boxes

Variety comes from that week’s order flavors.

DON'T NEED TO PLACE A PERSONAL ORDER?

Individual items can be  found at local stores including:
Oxford and Unionville Landhope 
Poured Out Cafe in Parkesburg
The Landenberg Store

*AFTER MARCH 2024 WE WILL BE TAKING PAUSE FROM PERSONAL ORDERS AS WELL AS LOCAL STORE DELVERIES.

SEE UPDATE SECTION FOR MORE DETAILS

"As someone who does not require gluten-free baked goods, I can highly recommend her cakes, cupcakes, and cookies as indistinguishably delicious compared to their gluten-filled counterparts.

I've been enjoying Fallon's delicious baked goods for a couple of years now. The texture of her cakes is perfect...moist, not dry, and not too dense. I can't taste that the flours are not wheat. Fallon's cake designs are thoughtful and design-forward; her work has class and is accessible to many different tastes. As for her flavor combinations, I believe she hears from heaven on those! Fallon is professional, thoughtful, and generous. If you need gluten-free desserts, she is top-notch!"
- Emilie Kleiner

IN HIS PRESENCE IS FULLNESS OF JOY

MAY YOUR JOY BE FULL

ABOUT TOJ GF BAKERY

DON’T IGNORE YOUR HOPES, DREAMS AND DESIRES

THEY MAY JUST BE YOUR DESTINY THAT WAS PLACED INSIDE YOU TRYING TO BREAK OUT

 

Tiers Of Joy started off as a faint dream that seemed impossible.
In 2008 I had a strong desire to learn how to decorate a cake.
I did attempt a tiered cake but it was a total fail.   
About two years later I started working at Sweet Christine’s in Kennett Square, Pa. I worked mostly with  packaging wholesale but was able to  observe how to make buttercream icing and decorate a cake.
In 2012  I attended a Wilton’s decorating class at Michael’s with my sister where I learned some of the basics of piping.
During 2013 Rosa (Queen R Bakes)  taught me how to put a 6 inch round layered cake together.
For a few years, I practiced making gluten-free cakes for friends, family, and special occasions. 
A memory that sticks out to me during that time was when my dad saw a cake I had decorated and was impressed.  His encouraging words woke up something on the inside of me.  It spoke to my spirit (even as an adult).
December 2017 I decided to make myself a cake for my birthday to share with co-workers during my military drill weekend. My supervisor raved about my buttercream icing, requesting a cake for his birthday month. This turned into a year of monthly birthday cake requests.
In the Fall of 2018 I set up a table at our church craft fair in hopes of having success in selling jewelry (for fun I signed up with a friend to sell jewelry, bags, and clothes; but actually bought more than I sold). I was not getting a lot of business, but was still believing God for favor and success. A man at my church (Norm) walked by my table…stopped, took a step back… looked at me and  pointed my way. He spoke the words “Customers are coming” then kept walking. I only had two customers that day, but I held on to the word wondering what it meant.
I had  toyed with the idea of being able to make  GF dessert products for local stores/restaurants  but it seemed like a far off dream and too overwhelming to even know where to start. That thought wasn’t even on my radar.
December 2018: I made dessert for our drill weekend Christmas holiday party. A co-worker in leadership looked at me and said “You should start a business”. When I went home that day I mentioned the comment to my husband. By the end of January, my husband had all the paperwork filled out and put his marketing skills to use. Customers started flooding in. Thus began my home baking business.
(Credit for naming the business goes to my sister. After I had made her a cake she could eat, she “cried tears of joy”.)
 
2022 I received a prophetic word about my business and of a store that was apart of my destiny. That it was like an alabaster box that I needed to open. This started my dreaming and planning of a store.
In 2011 I remember walking around Kennett Square, Pa thinking  how I’d love to own a store and, in my mind, planning the different items I would sell. To me this was just a dream and never would happen. Now I know that God placed that inside of me and it is apart of His plan.
The move to the Artisan Exchange: November 2022, during our Sunday church meeting before Thanksgiving week, everyone was sitting around in a circle giving thanks and testimonies on what God has done for them. After I spoke, our pastor Ann B. turned to me and said “A commercial kitchen is going to fall into your lap”.
 February 2023, I received a call from the Artisan Exchange. Their gluten-free baker was retiring and they wanted to see if I was interested in a spot. Not knowing how it all was going to work out but trusting God, I moved forward and He provided. It’s amazing how everything lined up.  
 
Summer of 2023 my husband and I sold our home and bought land to build a store with a commercial kitchen.
February 2024 God has now led me to pursue peace and lay the business down for a season. To take my creativity out of the box, write a dessert cookbook and design other items which will be incorporate into the business and future store.
 I believe that is apart of opening that box. God’s opening the door for me to take my creativity out of the box it was put in. 
I can now see more clearly on how God is bringing this all together. To create a place (a store) that not only feeds your sweet tooth, but also your soul and creativity. A place to gather and get filled up on sugar, caffeine and the Holy Spirit.
I don’t know exactly how along the baking pause will be, but in the meantime, I will be having fun creating useful, inspirational items that can be purchased online and (eventually) incorporated into a storefront.
 
Stayed Tuned.

"Many guests were 'tricked'...never would have guessed they were gluten-free.

Tiers of Joy made the cake and cupcakes for our son's wedding. Stepped in at the last minute with the SAVE when there was a goof-up on our end. DELICIOUS. Enthusiastic feedback from our guests...even those who are not gluten-free! We will be REPEAT CUSTOMERS!"
- Pamela Cura
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