Some things, such as cakes and dentist hands, are better small. Eat the superior version of a cake with today’s Groupon to Crème de la Crème Bakery & Cafe in Slidell. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get one dozen cake pops (a $24.95 value).
- For $10, you get $20 worth of baked goods.<p>
Crème de la Crème Bakery & Cafe owners Stephanie and Derek Chivers whip up elegant cake truffles and pops, specialty cakes, and gourmet cupcakes in their bakery located in Slidell. To create their gaggle of cake pops, the chefs mix rich icing and cake into spheres and perch each atop a stick, like a basketball glued to the knob of a baseball bat. Clients can cobble together the pastry dozen from traditional and inventive flavors ranging from lemon ginger and vanilla chai latte to red velvet. Diminutive cupcakes ($1.75–$2.25), alternatively, hail from a selection of 50 gourmet varieties that rotates daily, including inventive concoctions such as margarita-flavored treats that mimic their namesake cocktail’s fruity allure and pair equally well with high-pressure job interviews. Feed wintery festivities from football games to Mardi Gras with hand-braided king cakes ($10.95) slathered with buttercream icing, topped with Saints or Fat Tuesday colors, and available in traditional cinnamon sugar or other flavors such as apple-cinnamon cream cheese.
Crème de la Crème
The experienced bakers and pastry chefs of Crème de la Crème practice the sweetest form of kitchen alchemy, whirling fresh ingredients into a legion of cupcakes, cakes, and other baked goods. Complete with elegant decorations or popular children's characters, cakes layer delectable flavors for celebratory occasions including weddings, birthdays, or Tuesdays. A huge cast of cupcakes rotates into the bakery daily, with flavors ranging from lemon strawberry and éclair to chocolate chip and vanilla. Bakers also craft a variety of cannoli, cake pops, and cake shooters, which combine the delicacy of cake with the engineering innovation of a tube on a stick.