- Candied Lemon Peel
- Candied Orange Peel
- Candied Walnuts
- Heart Glazed Sugar Cookies with sugar crystals.
- Wedding Cake Glazed Sugar Cookies with cascading bow and sugar crystals.
These can be bagged and bowed for an additional cost and presented as favors.
- Chocolate Mice
- Chocolate Cake Truffles
- English Shortbread Cookies
- Hungarian Nut Roll
- Hungarian Poppy Seed Roll
- Killer Brownies
- Linzer Cookies
- Mocha Nut Balls
- Petite Tarts: lemon, strawberry or pecan
- Swedish Snowball Cookies
A classic cake composed of three layers of chocolate genoise that are brushed with kirsch flavored sugar syrup and filled with sweetened whipped cream and cherries. The cake is covered with whipped cream and decorated with shaved chocolate and cherries. The torte takes its name from the kirschwasser used in the recipe, which is a cherry brandy.
A pate sucree nut shell filled with a layer of macadamia nut caramel, a layer of silky chocolate mousse and then covered with sweetened whipped cream.
This world famous classic cake is of Hungarian origin. It consists of seven very thin round layers of chocolate genoise or sponge cake that are filled and frosted with rich chocolate buttercream. The cake is filled and frosted with shiny crisp carmel glaze that is marked into serving pieces. Dobostorte was created in Budapest in the late 19th century by chef Jozosef Dobos.
A well known English dessert made in a deep glass bowl. Our trifles are composed of multiple layers of liqueur-soaked sponge cake, creme patisserie, fresh fruit and whipped cream. (Serves 30)
A light and flaky pastry shell filled with lemon air.
Like lemon air. This cake is composed of 3 layers of almond genoise, lemon Bavarian creme and gelatin lemon mirror on top. The sides of the cake are then surrounded with Langue de Chat cookies and tied with a ribbon.
The same as the lemon mirror cake but uses strawberry Bavarian cream and a strawberry mirror instead.
A Hungarian chocolate pastry, Rigo Jancsi takes its name from a famous 19th century gypsy violinist who, according to legend, broke many hearts. The pastry consists of two layers of rich chocolate cake that enclose a whipped rum or orange flavored ganache filling, topped with a chocolate glaze.
A dense, thin, very rich chocolate cake that is either filled with or coated with apricot preserves. The cake is iced with a satiny smooth poured chocolate glaze and “Sacher” is written on top with piping chocolate. Sachertorte is usually served with a dollop of whipped cream. This world famous torte was created in 1832 by Franz Sacher, the Austrian Pastry chef to Prince Metternich.