It's Chocolate Cake Day! Here's where to get some of the best in town
If you haven't heard, today is officially Chocolate Cake Day--and that's all the excuse you need to celebrate with a little sweet, cakey cocoa consumption. We don't recommend tackling an entire cake on your own, but there's no harm in jumping on the bandwagon with a slice from one of these local goodies.
Here are a few suggestions of where to find some truly amazing chocolate cakes in the Twin Cities area. And they'll work just as well for a Valentine's Day dinner.
Franklin Street Bakery offers two chocolate varieties.
Milk chocolate or white chocolate? Yes, please!
Franklin Street Bakery
ancho buttercream and enrobed in bittersweet chocolate ganache. If
that's a little too much milk chocolate for you, try the Bailey's
Chocolate Cake. This triple-layer cake is filled with Bailey's white
chocolate mousse and topped with chocolate shavings.
For even more variety, visit Patrick's Bakery & Cafe. The shop carriess several chocolate tortes and cakes, but we've got our eyes on their triple threat.
A triple chocolate, truffle-topped treat.
Patrick's Bakery & Cafe
The trilogy cake's spongecake center is filled with white chocolate, milk chocolate, and dark chocolate mousses. As a super sweet bonus, the cake is adorned with white and dark chocolate truffles, which are made in-house.
If you're a true chocolate addict, you don't want any lame white or milk chocolate mucking up your cocoa feast. Cafe Latte's three-layer wonder features nothing but dark chocolate cake and rich fudge frosting.
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