In Vermont, you can have your cake and eat it too. Beautiful mountain views, babbling brooks, tranquil lakes, pastoral fields, rolling mountain hills, and... delicious cakes and pastries. Whether it is a wedding, birthday, or some other special event, you can find a cake shop to help you out. Here are the 10 best cake shops in the Green Mountain State.
Open in 1990, Mirabelles has an esteemed reputation as the champion among bakeries in Chittenden County. Serving breakfast, pastries, and organic coffee, they also dish up a huge selection of fine cakes, muffins, scones, and cookies. Everything is made from scratch. Locally owned and operated by chefs Alison Lane and Andrew Silva, both graduates of New England Culinary Institute, if you want great cake come to Mirabelles.
Opened in 1978, Mother Myrick’s makes artisanal chocolates, and delectable cakes using the finest of ingredients. Their monthly buttercrunch giveaway and Easter Egg Decorating Contest involve the entire community. Come in or order online & treat yourself today! Their buttercrunch, made with Cabot Creamery butter, was judged “Best in Class” at the World Championship competition in Wisconsin, and their Lemon Lulu Cake is to die for.
If you long for fresh, moist cakes and decadent frostings, you have got to check out Superb Cupcakes. Opened in 2011, they are locally owned and operated, make everything from scratch, and bake it up daily. With a list of rotating flavors, like double chocolate, vanilla toffee crunch, salted caramel, and banana bread dream, cupcakes in single batches to ensure freshness.
Opened in 2009 by Michelle Trudell and Stephanie Lacayo, My Little Cupcake is dedicated to making fresh cakes every morning using nothing but local ingredients. They offer flavors like red velvet, lemon raspberry, vanilla peanut butter cup, cookies & cream, and more. And although they specialize in mini cupcakes they also make an interesting product called a cake pop.
Opened in 2008, Birchgrove Baking makes an assortment of cookies, breakfast pastries, cakes, and tarts. Everything is made by hand from scratch with local Vermont products. You can also order coffee, espresso, or tea during your wait. Birchgrove will also help you plan for your wedding.
Open since 1986, Otter Creek is a small European-style bakery and deli that offers gourmet bread and pastries made on premises. Winner of the "Best Pastry Shop and Artisan Bread" Award from the American Institute of Food and Wine, you also find an espresso bar and seating outside. Get cakes like flourless chocolate almond raspberry torte and lemon layer cake or design your own.
Featuring coffee, house made doughnuts, pastries, cupcakes, and custom, made-to-order cakes, All About the Cake has your birthdays and weddings covered. They also run a certified Wilton Cake Decorating School offering four courses. Order at their cafe to get espresso, lattes, breakfast & lunch sandwiches, and more.
Get freshly made cakes, cupcakes, cookies, pastries, and other baked goods at Cake & Crumb. Custom orders are always welcome and sugar-free and gluten Free items available upon request. Though cakes are their specialty, you can get muffins, pies, and other treats, as well. Check out their pumpkin roll and anything with their maple buttercream.
For over a decade, Delicate Decadence has served central Vermont with its bakery known for fantastic sweets and delicious morning pastries. Each morning the smell of fresh bagels, sweet treats, and warm coffee wafts through the streets. Get pastries, small cakes, wedding cakes and other seasonal creations from Chef Tim Boltin.
Established in May 2010, Sticky Fingers Bakery makes homemade pastries, ice cream, desserts, cookies, bread, celebration cakes, and more on a daily basis! Stop into their shop and watch the bakers at work. Get wedding cakes, specialty desserts like tiramisu, fresh, homemade honey rosemary ice cream, and more at the base of Mount Snow.