2020 New Year's Resolution....Eat More King Cake! We re-open our storefront on January 6th. Happy New Year's Y'all!

The carnival taste you crave

Baked fresh in our Louisiana kitchen & shipped overnight to your door

Our award-winning recipe hasn’t changed for over 50 years. What keeps our loyal customers coming back for more? We braid, bake, and ice our delectable cakes from scratch in our family’s bakery. We deliver them overnight using our original patented packaging. One decadent bite, and you’ll taste the difference!

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It's tradition, no matter how you slice it!

The king cake originated as a cultural Mardi Gras tradition, thought to have been brought to New Orleans from France in 1870. A King Cake is a cross between a coffee cake and a French pastry, often with rich fillings like cream cheese, pecan praline, and strawberry. A tiny plastic baby is placed inside each cake, symbolizing infant Jesus’ arrival on Epiphany/Kings’ Day on January 6th — the first day of Carnival season! If the baby’s in your slice, it’s your turn to buy the next cake. Learn more about the history of the king cake.