Our Five Favorite Excuses to Eat Cake

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As if you really need more than one…

Julia Child once said, “A party without a cake is just a meeting.”  At bleu Market and Bakery, we wholeheartedly support this sentiment, so if you are in need of an *excuse* to eat cake, check out our favorite ways to turn your day from average to extraordinary.

Light, flaky, and perfectly stuffed, crepes are a welcome addition to any early morning breakfast. Gather up your closet friends in our Parisian inspired Great Room for a private brunch, and let us serve up a stunning crepe cake sure to delight every guest!

Show appreciation for your employees by ordering a batch of mini cakes for your next meeting. While it may not become a full-fledged party, our mini cakes are sure to sweeten up their day. Our baker can customize each cake with logos or names to truly personalize each treat.

Holding a last minute get together but not serving a plated dinner? Cake pops can be eaten in one manageable bite, which makes them the perfect complement to savory hors d’oeuvres at cocktail parties. Guests will be able to enjoy each treat without having to juggle drinks, plates, and silverware.

Bonus: Cake pops can also be decorated to fit any theme or season and can be a decor element as a beautiful display.

You never need an excuse to eat chocolate cake. Even if there are no parties on the calendar, finish off a weeknight dinner with a classic chocolate cake. If you are worried about any lingering New Year’s resolution guilt, satisfy your cravings with an individual slice from our bakery counter.

Chocolate cake with cherries and chocolate cream

If you’re looking at healthier alternatives, a flourless cake will remove dreaded empty calories, allowing you to properly savor each guilt-free bite. A flourless cake is also a great option if you are providing sweets for anyone who may be eating a gluten-free diet.

Kladdkaka. Traditional Swedish moist chocolate cake on old rustic wooden table decorated dry twigs, pine cones and birch bark.