Carrot Cake has gone a a short cybatical and will return in a few weeks. Unavailable at this time
Crazy Carrot Cake
A taste of the Caribbean with just a hint of Rum!
Golden Rasins,Crushed Pineapple and
Coconut! As my aunt would say this cake is a slice of paradise on your plate and a party in your mouth! We don't stop there....Cream Cheese Frosting joins the festivities with just a hint of rum to turn up the party!
Deliciously Simple Pound Cake
A Pound Cake should be moist, have a tender crumb and be full of rich flavor.
You have all that with this delicious Pound Cake...Butter, Eggs and rich Cream Cheese make up the base of this very special treat...the most exotic vanilla, almond and citrus extracts are then added and blended with love to make this "Deliciously Simple Pound Cake!
Add fresh Strawberries or Peaches in the summer
Use this delicious cake as a base for Banana's Foster, Cherries jubilee or in a Trifle layered with Fresh Whipped Cream
as a fabulous dessert!
This is my mother's favorite!
"Deliciously Simple Pound Cake" is great toasted for morning breakfast with a hot cup of coffee or tea!
Anytime is a good time for our
"Deliciously Simple Pound Cake"
All ingredients are the best and freshest available...all natural with no preservatives.
Butter Pound Cakes & Gourmet Specialty Food
At Better Than Mom's our cakes are baked and shipped in the same day! 2 Day Priority Mail for freshness!
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I look forward to baking one of these delicious cakes for you to enjoy with family and friends!
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Decadent Chocolate Cake
If you love Chocolate and who doesn't ...then this cake will set your heart a flutter....Chocolate at its most decadent! Rich, moist and full of fabulous chocolate flavor. We use Dark Cocoa in this cake with just a hint of Coffee to intensify the flavor! To make this cake even better we add a rich chocolate Cream Cheese frosting to the equation and you have chocolate nirvana! If you love chocolate then this cake is for you!
Royal Red Velvet Cake
This cake first appeared at the Renowned Waldorf Astoria in 1959. Since then you see it on every menu and in various hues...but a True Red Velvet is red with just a hint of cocoa and a slight tang from the
Butter Milk and Vinegar.
"Royal Red Velvet" is moist, rich and full of flavor and a very tender crumb...hence the reason why it is called "Velvet." We have gilded the lilly with a delicious Cream Cheese Frosting which will make you feel love in every bite!
Luscious Lemon Pound Cake
I love the taste of lemon...bright, fresh and oh so good in this moist and delicious Taste of Summer!
If you love lemon then you will pucker your lips and kiss the baker for this "Luscious Lemon Pound Cake" with Citrus Cream Cheese Frosting
Divine Butter Rum Pound Cake
A taste of our "Divine Butter Rum" Pound Cake will make you think of sitting in front of a warm fire and a cup of Hot Buttered Rum to sip while enjoying family and friends. Rich Butter Rum Flavor, Moist and Delicious cake ...ohhh so good! We don't stop there, this cake comes with a delicious Cream Cheese Butter Rum Frosting to spread all over! By the way no alcohol is used in the making of this cake so eat responsibly!
The phrase is commonly misattributed to Marie Antoinette
"Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of the French phrase "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche", supposedly spoken by "a great princess" upon learning that the peasants had no bread. Since brioche was a luxury bread enriched with butter and eggs, the quote would reflect the princess's disregard for the peasants, or at least a complete lack of understanding that the absence of basic food staples was due to poverty rather than a lack of supply.
While it is commonly attributed to Queen Marie Antoinette, there is no record of this phrase ever having been said by her. It appears in Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Confessions, his autobiography (whose first six books were written in 1765, when Marie Antoinette was nine years of age, and published in 1782). The context of Rousseau's account was his desire to have some bread to accompany some wine he had stolen; however, feeling he was too elegantly dressed to go into an ordinary bakery, he recollected the words of a "great princess"