Teen’s cupcakery more than sweet ambition | Kids Who Make SA Great
At 15-years-old, Akeila ‘Akki’ Tejwani owns a cupcakery. The product is made from organic ingredients. She splits her profits with children’s charities in SA.
Author: Marvin Hurst
Published: 8:13 AM CDT March 17, 2020
Updated: 8:15 AM CDT March 17, 2020
SAN ANTONIO — The Tejwani house is fragrant with the smell of baked goods. Outside their front door is a huge banner stretching up advertising Akki’s Cupcakery. In the kitchen, Akeila Tejwani president and CEO of her own business at 15.
“So, I had this passion for baking,” Akeila said. “I started when I was four-years-old.”
Akeila said she used to watch baking shows with her mother, Pooja. The teen got serious about her baking last October. She approached her parents about opening an organic bakery.
As started selling my vegan cupcakes in San Antonio, I got a lot of people telling me to say hey when can I make veganCakeFor their birthday party on the upcoming eventAuto vegan meet up. If there’s give me 90 it to think about how do I make a recipe for vegan eaters in San Antonio and give them a vegan cake that they definitely not only relish but also share that with their friends and family.
So, here is what I did. I made my recipe and asked my friends to try that cake and of course I did not tell them what I used and let them try it. Guess what they really liked it and thought it was one of the best vegan cakes they had.