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TROY, Ill. (KSDK) – An 11-year-old girl's cupcake business, which was shut down late last month, could be open for business soon, thanks to some generous donations.

Thursday morning, during the Rachael Ray Show, Spengler Plumbing, Heating and Cooling surprised Chloe Stirling with news the company would construct a commercial grade kitchen onto her house. Show host Rachael Ray and Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro surprised her as well with donations of state-of-the-art equipment for her kitchen. (Check out her appearance below.)

The kitchen surprise shocked her dad also, who works as a plumber for Spengler.

Madison County Health Department shut down Chloe's business, "Hey Cupcake" for not operating in an approved kitchen and not having a food permit.

She started the business two years ago to raise money to buy a car for when she's older and as a donation to cancer fundraisers.

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Spengler also provided a $500 monetary donation to Triad Middle School, where Chloe attends the 6th grade, to honor her classmates for supporting her through "Hey Cupcake" T-shirt sales.

Ray and Valastro provided her a GE Profile refrigerator, oven/range, double wall over, microwave and hood.

Spengler will start construction on the kitchen this spring supporting her through "Hey Cupcake" T-shirt sales.

Ray and Valastro provided her a GE Profile refrigerator, oven/range, double wall over, microwave and hood.

Spengler will start construction on the kitchen, titled "Chloe's Cupcake Kitchen" this spring.

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