- Pick One of Ten Fabulous SugarBakers’ Cakes
Choose from the following cakes:
- Amaretto Raspberry - Exquisite almond cake filled with a layer of amaretto buttercream and European raspberry filling covered in French buttercream, finished with sliced toasted almonds.
- Classic Ivory – Light moist yellow cake filled with French buttercream, iced in French buttercream.
- Pimlico – Delightful yellow cake filled with pastry cream and iced with decadent fudge icing.
- Lemon Mousse - Light layers of lemon cake enveloping a cloud of refreshing lemon mousse topped with fresh lemon curd. (optional)
- Chocolate Decadence – Devils food cake layered with bittersweet ganache and chocolate chips simply finished with ganache and mini chocolate chips.
- Red Velvet Fudge - Light chocolate sour cream cake colored a soft red and filled with fudge and cream cheese icing, sides covered in red crumbs.
- Peanut Butter Truffle – Layers of yellow cake with peanut butter buttercream and fudge filling iced in your choice of fudge or French buttercream.
- County Carrot – A dense, moist combination of carrot, walnut, pineapple and spice, with homemade cream cheese icing, sided with chopped walnuts and toasted coconut.
- Black & White - Yellow cake filled and covered with fudge icing.
- Apple Crunch Cake – Apple walnut cake, filled and iced with cream cheese icing and garnished with caramel and crunchies.
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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?