We're now taking orders!
Please note that placing an order is the only way to get a cake from us. We don't bake cakes "To whom it may concern", and then let them sit in a case. We bake cakes just for you. Because our cakes are made to order, please place your order at least 1 week in advance (larger cakes may need more time).
We're unable to do vegan cakes, as eggs are an essential ingredient in our recipes.
We are able to do gluten free cakes and cupcakes on request, however, we are not able to stack gluten free cakes as they are more structurally fragile.
Yes! We deliver any of our cakes and cupcakes for free to any Rochester, MN address.
For the rest of Olmsted County, MN, delivery is $10.
Outside of Olmsted County, the delivery charge is $1/mile, as calculated by Google Maps.
Yes, you can get cake for a better price. But you can't get better cake for a better price. Since we make our cakes to order, we don't get the cost savings of mass-production, but we do get great freshness. Plus, we don't skimp on the quality of the ingredients. Rather than imitation vanilla, we use imported Mexican vanilla from USDA certified sources. And our strawberry frosting, for example, comes into our kitchen as whole strawberries (locally sourced when seasonally available). While these details do add to the production cost, the resulting cakes are phenomenal.
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Our facility is now 100% nut-free, except for the general manager and the baker. That joke will never get old. Our cakes also contain eggs and flour. If you're concerned about these or other allergens, give us a call and we can discuss whether or not we can accommodate your order.
Technically, we cannot make a cake with a copyrighted image. However, we can purchase copyrighted images from licensed vendors and apply them to the cake. In that case, we'll buy the decoration and add it to the cake, and the cost of the decoration is added to the bill (typically $10-$15 for a basic decoration). If you want to bring in a decoration for us to use, it must be sealed in its original packaging (if edible) or durable enough to be sanitized (if non-edible).
Well, the short answer is "because it is a house."
The not-so-short answer is that our bakery is a home business, but in order to provide the best possible cakes, we installed a full scale commercial grade kitchen in it, separate from the rest of the house (this surprised a lot of the contractors building it). Our bakery is fully licensed and inspected by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, just like every other bakery in town, and complies with all applicable state health codes.
Unfortunately, we have to close our doors for the next few months as our sole baker and decorator goes on maternity leave. We'll be back in late summer for all of your cake needs!