Bite-sized bliss? It does exist. The ladies of Twelve Oaks Bakery — Caroline Saudek and Katherine Coyne — masterfully whip up batch after batch of addictive, mouthwatering mini desserts. With the duo's East Village and Upper East Side apartments acting as baking headquarters, you're guaranteed wholesome, homemade results. It's not surprising then that the Gone With the Wind-inspired baked goods have been sought after by brands like Stella McCartney, Nike, Retail Space Partners, Pepsi, and one of our favorite Brooklyn boutiques, Thistle & Clover. The bakery's bespoke cake bites are nothing less than petite spheres of the ultimate sugar high. Indulge in the city's latest sweet tooth craze, two dozen at that, in your flavor of choice: red velvet (official moniker? "The Scarlett"), chocolate peanut butter, mint chocolate chip, or carrot cake rolled in chopped nuts. Expect balls of cake dipped in rich white chocolate and begging to be devoured in 24 feverish bites. Whether you share your Twelve Oaks goodies or scarf 'em down solo, there's something you should know before embarking on such a tasty journey. These cake bites are delightfully sinful. When faced with a guilty conscience, repeat after me (and Rhett Butler): "frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."