Voted 2011 Best King Cake in New Orleans by the Washington Post, The Sucré King Cakes were also featured as a favorite in Garden & Gun G&G.com and Saveur Magazine as well as by many dedicated customers on the “reviews” tab.
The king cake is as rich in history as it is in flavor. Since the 1800s, New Orleanians have celebrated the beginning of the Carnival Season with a “King’s Cake” on Twelfth Night. A small plastic baby is inserted in the cake, and the reveler who finds it is said to have good fortune for the year. The recipient then continues the festivities by having another party and providing a King Cake. To read more about the Washington Post article, please visit our Blog post.
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Freshness and Care: We recommend warming the King Cake before serving. Remove all packaging. Place the a slice of King Cake in the microwave for 10 seconds for a delicious breakfast, snack or dessert.