17234 Hawthorne Boulevard, Torrance, California 90504, United States
1-877-78 -SWEETS
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Coming Summer of 2018

About Us

About Sugar Free Shack


Who knew that sugar free could taste so sweet?! The sugar free shack was founded with the belief that cakes, pastries, and candies can still taste great without using regular table sugars. The idea was to create a bakery that caters to baby boomers who got a little older (where did the time go?) and now have to watch their food and sugar intake, as well as to the health-conscious adult searching for healthy sugar alternatives.

The Sugar Free Shack aims to sit at the cross section between your old fashioned, neighborhood bakery, and forward-thinking, trendy business that incorporates new-age technology with a strong sense of customer service, to create a “homey” and “warm” consumer experience. If our sweets can remind you of something grandma used to make, we consider it a job well done.

The Owners

The Sugar Free Shack is a combined effort between the talents and vision of Jeasy Monroy and Judd Matsunaga.

Jeasy is a life-long artist who took her unique eye for structure and aesthetic and focused that talented into the baking world. She started baking as a hobby in 2011 when her daughter was born, and the rest of the story has been a meteoric shot to owning her own brick-and-mortar location. Jeasy started with an online business called Cute Yummy Cakes, where she built a loyal customer base through social media and the internet.

Judd is an attorney and real estate broker by profession, who noticed the lack of sugar-free sweets options in the Los Angeles area. Most bakeries ignore sugar free, and those that do not, have a small section, banished to the corner of their display cases. Jeasy and Judd’s vision was to take sugar free out of the darkness and give it a tasty makeover.

Everything at the Sugar Free Shack is made with all natural sweeteners that are lower in calories, cabs, and glycemeic index, while never being made with table sugars or artificial sweeteners.