First impression: That's a damn good cake.And finally, the Carrot Cake, decorated appropriately, combines traditional cream cheese frosting with a white chocolate finish. This cake was exceptionally moist and super flavorful. I enjoyed sampling these over the course of the weekend (way to filling to eat all in one sitting) as well as Cakes Susette's Mallomore Bars made with organic gram cracker, homemade marshmallow, and rich dark chocolate. The products tasted unbelievably fresh, especially having traveled all the way from the West Coast. You can purchase Cake O's in quantities ranging from 6 to 36 pieces in flavors including what I've sampled above as well as Chocolate Mint, Brownie, Coconut and Spiced Pecan. Many thanks to Ira for providing me the opportunity to sample Cakes Suzette's truly unique and amazingly flavorful signature products.
Mocha was up next, the chocolate cake has cappuccino and espresso chips inside, is infused with coffee butter cream icing, coated in chocolate and topped with an espresso bean. The coffee flavors were mild, taking a backseat role, or perhaps were overpowered by rich chocolate. On the contrary, the Chocolate Peanut Butter was bursting with creamy nutty flavors. The peanut butter frosting graces the taste buds right off the bat. The chocolate cake has peanut butter chips baked in so even more bursts of the feature ingredient is laced throughout each bite. Chocolate Peanut Butter takes the cake! (In other words, it was my favorite.) Next up was the Lemon Cake, where the aforementioned fresh picked lemons come into play. Tart citrusy batter mingles with sweet raspberry frosting, followed by rich white chocolate that shatters into a melty crumble. If you prefer fruit to chocolate, this bright and refreshing flavored Cake O is for you. The classic Vanilla Chocolate is vanilla cake baked with chocolate chips, combined with bittersweet chocolate frosting and covered in milk chocolate. This cake embodied a lighter fluffier texture in comparison to the others.