That's just the response Laura Janak and Tiffany Dye love to hear from customers.
It's much different from their old day job as traveling salespeople.
"We'd rather sell cupcakes on the side of the road,"said Janak.
Now, their customers come to them, stepping into the Cupcake Queens castle: an 18ft. travel trailer.
"We kind of brought a big city idea to a small town and it's worked really well for us," said Dye.
The concept of a food truck isn't anything new, but it is here in Albany.
"It's very exciting for Albany because we have not had anything like this before and having children that live in Austin, I just think 'Oh, now Austin has com to Albany,'" said Diana Nail Exec. Dir. of the Albany Chamber of Commerce.
In fact, its' already creating quite the stir and quite the impact.
Every month the owners are giving a portion of their proceeds to a family in need.
"For a town that gave me so much as a child, its nice to be able to you know give back to someone in the community," said Dye.
So while their decision to leave everything behind for a career in baking may seem crazy to some.
"It's kind of things that we didn't even know would come from this that have kind of come our way so we've been very fortunate," said Dye.
The rewards couldn't be any sweeter.
If you'd like to nominate someone who could use a donation from the Cupcake Queens you can visit their website.
They've also just been contracted to make the desserts for the Beehive Restaurant there.