All our cakes are made from scratch, as well as the real buttercream icing and all the curds and pastry creams in the fillings.
We sell 9 inch round cakes, starting at 39.5o. Order ahead to ensure that you get the cake you want. We make cakes for the case and to sell whole, but rarely do we have more than four or five of these varieties on hand.
We also sell slices at the store by weight, so you can choose a big, large or huge piece depending on your needs.
All cakes are baked from scratch, buttercream made with real butter and never shortening. We use food coloring sparingly on request.
Super chocolatey and one of our best sellers. Extra Moist and flavorful Chocolate Cake Layers, alternating with chocolate pudding, then coated in pudding and crumbs.
The same moist chocolate layers, sandwiching caramel buttercream, more caramel buttercream on the outside and a pool of caramel on top!
Chocolate Layers filled with caramel, peanut butter and cream cheese, iced with cream cheese peanut butter frosting and topped with nuts, ganache and caramel drizzle.
…has got to be the most popular of our cakes. John slaves away over the stove for the traditional coconut custard, which you find thick layers of between and on top of the moist flavorful chocolate layers.
The latest on our cake menu, got there after someone asked for one. If you don’t see something you want, there’ a good chance we can put it on the menu, because sometimes it turns out that we sell a bunch of them to other people. Traditional whipped cream and cherries, plus grated chocolate on top.
Thin layers of our chocolate cake, hazelnut caramel filling, and Amaretto Buttercream on the outside.
This is the chocolate version, but you can also have berry mousse made with white cake, or lemon cake and lemon curd mousse. There are options. Just give us a few days.
Carrot cake with pineapple and coconut, orange cream cheese icing and a pool of white ganache on top.
Super moist like all our cakes.
Moist lemon cake, filled with lemon curd made on our stove and lemon curd buttercream icing.
Also available in orange, coated with dark chocolate ganache.
Mirror Glaze is shiny and lustrous and can come in a variety of styles, not just the Galaxy Cake.
It’s a gelatinized white ganache with loads of food coloring, and it’s a process that takes time. A 9 inch cake of your choice from our regular menu, (except a mousse cake) is currently $95.
You may find cupcakes done with mirror glaze after someone orders a full cake since we try to always utilize the excess.
Time permitting, we can do special order items, even tiered cakes for special occasions, although our ability to do that is very limited. Ice Cream Cakes are another thing that we have limited ability to do at the moment, but will hopefully increase towards summer time.
Most special orders will take at least three days, a week is better.
A couple gluten free things we make throughout the year, as well as the Yule Log at Xmas.
This Almond Orange cake is one. Another is the Chocolate Raspberry Flourless Cake, topped with White Ganache Mousse.
John's New York cheesecake recipe is pretty traditional. This is a more substantial cheesecake than our fruit ones, with a hint of lemon in the crust as well as the cake itself.
These are 8 inch round cheesecakes and can be special ordered. Often we will have them whole or by the slice when you stop in, but not always, so it is best to order ahead!
We have a selection of mini cheesecakes every day.
Just enough for one hungry person, but often shared by two, these are usually available with either blueberries, raspberries, or caramel.
We make them fresh almost every day, so if you order ahead we can usually make you a plain one, or Amaretto. We are happy to do other flavors in large quantities.
An assortment of these is a great dessert for a group! Folks often bring a few mini cheesecakes along with a few tarts to gatherings.
Order ahead for specialty cheesecakes.
Very popular choices are Bailey's, Amaretto or Kahlua cheesecakes along with berry.
Pumpkin Cheesecake season lasts from October thorugh December.