Move over Magnolia. Bye, bye Buttercup. The girls of Caked have arrived.
Armed with a secret recipe passed down from “an aunt’s grandmother’s friend who lived on the coast of Maine,” co-founders Rebecca Ketchum and Anne Heelan have declared, “all we make is chocolate cake.”
Caked may be a one trick pony but they deserve a blue ribbon for baking an unbelievably rich, moist and delicious, handmade cake.
Frosted with either chocolate or vanilla butter-cream, Caked offers 6″, 9″ or 12″ cakes with your choice of 2, 3 or 4 layers. Prices range from $20 to $85. Cupcakes are $3 each or $30 per dozen. Mini-cupcakes are $1.50 each or $15 per dozen.
Delivery within New York City is free of charge. Order at least 24 hours in advance by calling 207-653-3211 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For now, it’s cash only.
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy of Caked.
Reblogged from NotesOnAParty
Yum! Is 8:30am too early for a sweet treat :)
Speaking of cupcakes, why can’t restaurants take a hint from these local bakeries that are popular simply by making the classic cupcakes and cookies. Dessert doesn’t always have to be a gourmet piece of art to be noteworthy and delicious. The last two times I went out to dinner, I skipped the final course because the choices were too rich or uninteresting.
Less is more sometimes.