Have you ever tasted a pie baked with love? One that has been carefully and painstakingly crafted from the melt-in-your-mouth crust to the meringue’s perfectly-formed peaks? If the thought brings back memories of warm, delicious pies made by your mother, grandmother, aunt, or neighbor, and fills you with nostalgia and a craving for something sweet, look no further than Sugar Momma’s. A one-stop sweet shop in Hermann, MO, this place has just what you need to satisfy your sweet cravings.

Appropriately located in the building that once housed Ewald Bakery, a Hermann fixture dating back to 1938, Sugar Momma’s opened in 2013 and has been a Hermann must-see ever since. A popular spot for both visitors and locals, Sugar Momma’s carries candies, homemade pies, a variety of gifts, and even ice cream.

A sweet window to the past

With over 25 flavors of salt water taffy and shelves filled with nostalgic candy, Amish candy, liqueur candy, and German candy, Sugar Momma’s encourages shop goers to indulge their inner child. They even feature a great selection of gluten-free and sugar-free candies! The shop is truly a favorite destination for kids of all ages—it will take you back to childhood with candies like wax lips, wacky wafers, and Black Jack gum.

At Sugar Momma’s you’ll have the unique opportunity to enjoy some extra-sweet moments when you bring in your kids or grandkids and share some of your favorite, hard-to-find childhood candies with them. They’ll certainly love trying some “new” treats and creating sweet memories with you.

The homemade pies will not disappoint

In addition to the candy, Sugar Momma’s also features over 60 flavors of homemade pie. Some local favorites include Coconut Cream, Strawberry Rhubarb, and the sweet-savory combination of Bacon Apple. Customers can order pie by the slice or whole (though you just might end up eating the entire thing). Their delicious selection includes baked and frozen pies…and even the occasional fried pie! Toppings range from the traditional, decorative crust-covered pie to tall, sweet meringues, and mouth-watering crumbles. Sugar Momma’s has so many tasty pies awaiting you—even heavenly flavor combinations like their Cheesecake Pecan Pie.

If you’re traveling to Hermann on a getaway and need to find a souvenir for someone back home (or for yourself—no judgement), Sugar Momma’s pie is a great gift option. You can even call and have your favorite flavor reserved. All of the available pie flavor options can be found on Sugar Momma’s website. To reserve your pie, call 573-486-Kan-D (5263).
 

Delightful finds around every corner

Although first opened as a sweet shop, Sugar Momma’s has since blossomed into a wonderland filled with all sorts of charming treasures. From local souvenirs like magnets, cookbooks, coffee mugs, and German treasure boxes to a great selection of gifts for Harry Potter fans, dog and cat lovers, and beer and wine drinkers, Sugar Momma’s won’t cease to surprise you. You’ll even find the popular Lily and Laura bracelets on display!

To fully round out its role as a one-stop shop for all things sweet, Sugar Momma’s also has a great selection of ice creams. They offer Ted Drewes Frozen Custard and Giofre Apiaries Honey Ice Creams. Favorite flavors of the Honey Ice Cream include Salted Caramel, Butter Pecan, and Jazz Berry Chocolate Boom, made with Jazz Berry wine from Hermann’s Adam Puchta Winery.

The sweetest place Hermann has to offer

Whether you’re looking for a nostalgic treat, a thoughtful gift, or a slice of the best pie you’ll ever taste, Sugar Momma’s has you covered. Open 7 days a week and located in the heart of town, it’s a great stop for visitors and locals, kids and those who still feel like kids! “Like” Sugar Momma’s Candies, Home-Made Pies, Gifts on Facebook to see events, products, and offers. And don’t forget to follow @sugarmommaspies on Twitter and @sugarmommashermannmo on Instagram to see photos that will make your mouth water. Stop in and satisfy your sweet tooth at Sugar Momma’s today—there’s something for everyone here!

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