nothing bundt cakes

Teri Hirsch, the owner and franchisee of Nothing Bundt Cakes, is excited

to share baked on-site cakes

Kelly Hason of Viera was excited when she learned that Nothing Bundt Cakes will open a franchise at The Avenue Oct. 7 because those sweets are part of her family’s celebrations.

“We lived in Las Vegas, where it was founded, for 20 years. We’re obsessed with them. We probably have them every month,” the dermatology technician said.

“Nothing Bundt Cakes is a business that brings joy,” said Teri Hirsch, the owner and franchisee.

During training at a Dallas store, she said, an older couple arrived at the store after closing and were allowed in. “This couple was celebrating their 49th anniversary and wanted to grab a Bundtlet to share.”

She arrived in Viera from Las Vegas in 2020, when her husband Bob was transferred by Northrop Grumman. They have two children in college. Hirsch was a substitute elementary teacher for the Brevard Public School system.

Hirsch said the cakes are baked onsite with 10 always flavors and special seasonal offerings. Most popular is the chocolate-chocolate chip, followed by red velvet. Others include lemon, vanilla, confetti and white chocolate raspberry.

Cakes come in a variety of sizes. Bundtinis are single serving, sold by the dozen.

Bundtlets are single or two servings and are $5 each. Also available are 8-inch and 10-inch cakes, all with cream cheese frosting. Cakes can be decorated for a variety of occasions.

The store, next to Massage Envy, is 2,000 square feet, with a counter at the front and kitchen in the back. The hours will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. It will be closed on Sunday.

Nothing Bundt Cakes, celebrating its 25th anniversary, has approximately 450 stores in the U.S. and Canada.

“We’re excited to share Nothing Bundt Cakes with the Space Coast,” Hirsch said.

Hason said she’s excited, too.