SugarBakers Cakes

Catonsville

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Professional pastry chefs create specialty desserts, including customized cakes, cookies, pies & holiday treats

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Promotional value expires Apr 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Whereas ice cream is a byproduct of milk, which is milked from cows, frosting is a byproduct of dreams, which are milked from fairies. Taste treats fresh from the fairy farm with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of cookies, brownies, specialty cakes, and other desserts at SugarBakers Cakes in Catonsville.

A crew of pastry chefs man the kitchen at SugarBakers Cakes, where an array of saccharine treats ensures that patrons can snag just the right dessert to punctuate a celebration. Place a 6-inch or 10-inch red velvet fudge cake ($25–$40) under a soon-to-be groom's pillow, or make peace with a disgruntled roommate by burying a "Sorry for Borrowing Your Sweater" card in a banana-cream pie ($18). Holiday specialties include the Buche de Noel ($40; serves 10–12), where sponge cake interweaves with ganache and buttercream to form a yule log, which gets covered with fudge and sprinkled with holly, berries, and meringue mushrooms whose scent can only be detected by highly trained dentists. Gingerbread men ($10) and chocolate-dipped macaroons ($12) come by the dozen to satisfy all of the family's sugar cravings.

Because all of the menu's items are up for grabs, customers can simply stop by the store to select available treats or call ahead to order specialty or customized creations.

SugarBakers Cakes

Owner and artistic director Jamie Williams found her true calling in SugarBakers Cakes. With a background in design and a degree in culinary arts, she's especially suited to lead the talented cake artists that craft each of the bakery's edible masterpieces.

From towering wedding cakes covered in sugar pearls and satin candy bows to 3-D cakes that resemble digital cameras or baseball stadiums, it's easy to forget the designs are crafted from moist cake and frosting. Perhaps that's why the bakery has been featured in many prominent magazines and on national television shows, including the Today show and Whose Wedding is it Anyway?

Customer Reviews

Smooth transaction ordering cake over the phone.
Wayne Q. · 2 days ago
Customer service is phenomenal and the taste of the kids is absolutely delicious
Ashley L. · January 12, 2017
Love their cakes and their customer service!
Hillary T. · January 10, 2017
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    Catonsville

    752 Frederick Rd.

    Catonsville, Maryland 21228

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