From afar, a Chloe Madison Creations wedding cake may seem traditional. A closer look reveals that their wedding cakes aren’t cakes at all, but layers of cupcakes that fill out a multi-tiered cake stand. The bakery’s staff specializes in inventive cupcake flavors, such as the mousse-filled, marshmallow-topped smore and the raspberry lemonade, a lemon cake iced with raspberry buttercream. They also churn out traditional pecan, pumpkin, apple-crumb and chocolate-cream pies.
The staff members at Maggie May's blend 24 homemade ice-cream flavors along with a variety of frozen yogurt. With more than 60 different toppings available and the choice between fresh-fruit or vegetable blended smoothies, customers can customize their dessert however they choose.
At Sweetooth Katonah, culinary-institute pastry chefs carefully curate locally sourced, premium ingredients to craft the batter for daily-made cupcakes. Treats rise from the foundation of locally sourced flour, eggs, and cream. Cake flavors range from flourless chocolate to orange essence to traditional licks such as carrot-ginger cake, with most sweets topped with dustings and dollops such as bittersweet chocolate ganache and chai spiced frosting. In addition to whipping up tiny treats, Sweetooth Katonah churns out ambrosial cakes for birthday bashes or retirement cubicle burnings and sates thirst with creamline milk and organic, direct-trade-certified Counter Culture coffee.
The confectionery alchemists residing in Three Dogs’ kitchen wield gluten-free recipes to conjure up delicious cookies, a bevy of baked goods, and cakes for all occasions. Diligent ovens spend mornings incubating muffins ($1.50 each) and scones ($3 each), warming up for such larger midday deliveries as loaves of bread ($8) or scale gingerbread models of Fallingwater. Cupcakes ($1.50–$2) parade in seasonably fashionable coats of icing behind glass displays surrounded by adoring throngs of freshly baked cookies ($0.75–$1.50). Assuage multi-layered cravings with 8"x8" pans of bar cookies ($12), which double as boards for impromptu chess games between rival pâtissiers.
We make homemade baked goods fresh every day. No preservatives, all natural. Baking the way you remember it Sweet pies, savory pies, muffins, cookies, quickbreads, cakes, scones, coffee cake, sticky buns, quiches. We offer gluten-free and sugar-free products, coffee.
The staff at the newly opened Hudson Valley Cakery bakes every item in its quaint bakery from scratch and whips up pies, cupcakes, tarts, and custom cakes without artificial flavors or preservatives. The shop even offers gluten-free options among the frosted creations behind its glass cases. Hudson Valley Cakery opens for breakfast and serves coffee every day but Monday, tempting customers with treats such as champagne-custard and raspberry-buttercream cupcakes as well as flaky, cinnamon-laced morning buns. To boot, eight varieties of pie render decision making at the bakery as difficult as getting apple pie classified as an enemy of the state.