Welcome to Bklyn Bakes!

Welcome to Bklyn Bakes! I'm Randi, your hostess and baker! I've been baking since I could stand, and I was trained by the master chef herself, my mamaw (that's grandmother for those of you who grew up above the Mason Dixon Line). I figured it was time to spread the love around this big city!

Here's our current menu. I'm open to meeting your various baking needs, though, so feel free to email me at randiskaggs@gmail.com and tell me what you're thinking!


Available as Round Layer Cakes, Rectangular Sheet Cakes or Cupcakes:

Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Icing .. $30
Yellow Cake with Buttercream or Chocolate Icing .. $30
Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Icing .. $35
Banana Cake with Chocolate Cream Cheese Icing .. $40
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Icing .. $40
German Chocolate Cake .. $40

Extra-large sheet pan of any cake (feeding 30+), please add $10.

Sold by the Batch:
Chocolate Cherry Bars .. $25
Creme de Menthe Brownies (contain alcohol) .. $30
Standard Brownies or Blondies .. $20
Snow Bars (White chocolate bars with raspberry filling) .. $20
Cookies (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter) .. $20
Mamaw's No-Bake Cookies (piles of delicious chocolate, peanut butter and oatmeal) .. $15

Coffee Cakes and Breads:
Banana Bread (with or without chocolate chips and nuts) .. $20 for 2 loaves
Zucchini Bread .. $20 for 2 loaves
Pumpkin Cake (with or without chocolate chips) .. $25
Rum Cake .. $35
Bailey's Irish Cream Cake .. $35

*** All our goods can be made with whole grain flour, if you prefer. Want an organic treat? Just add $10 onto the cost of the item!

Custom Bakes
I'd be happy to speak to you if you have a different baked good in mind. I'm polishing my skills as a decorator and love trying to mimic the work of the Ace of Cakes guys, to the best of my ability.

I promise I'll post some pictures of my work soon!

Monday, April 19, 2010

When your mom's hobby is baking...

This is what your birthday party looks like.

I'm 100% proud of how my banana cake and chocolate cream cheese icing tasted. And I'm 95% proud of how the monkey cupcakes look. I'll admit, though, that I'm only about 60% happy with how the cake looks. Rolled fondant takes some getting used to. Plus, the cake was so ginormous and moist (if I do say so myself), that it started to fall apart before decorating, so some last-minute surgery was needed before decorating even began.

Anyhow, we had a wonderful 2nd birthday celebration for my darling Stella, and I have a new cake to add to my ever-expanding menu.

1 comment:

  1. The cake was absolutely delicious! I don't even like banana, and I loved the cake. I told Michael when I heard it was banana cake, "I don't like banana, but since this is Bklyn Bakes, I'll give it a try, since I bet it's good." And I was right!