Finding joy this holiday season is a piece of cake

It’s that time of year when our thoughts are completely consumed by food. Today’s topic will perpetuate this ever present thought of food and that topic, my friends, is cake. I’m not talking about just any cake—I’m referring to only the best of frozen cake.

A relative newcomer to the American market, Coppenrath Europe’s Bakery is a staple of the European cake industry and is known throughout Germany and the world for its mousse cakes and duets (pictured left). They entered the US market in late 2007 and the outlook on delicious European style cake for Americans is extremely favorable.

What’s the big deal about Coppenrath Europe’s Bakery cakes? Master bakers and freeze technology. They bake the cakes with the best ingredients available and afterwards send them into a deep freeze, preserving that initial freshness. After purchasing these sweet treats, all we need to do to experience a momentous fusion of flavor is to thaw or bake them.

Lars Oltmanns, Coppenrath USA’s President, paid us a cheerful visit a few weeks ago with the gift of an impromptu taste-testing session. I want you to imagine the scene awaiting us in the kitchen: two mousse cakes—one chocolate and the other coconut—sitting on the counter just beaming and waiting to be enjoyed. The light reflecting off the whipped topping was an invitation that not even the most strong-willed of us could ignore. Within mere moments, the desserts had vanished and our “sweet tooths” had been satisfied.

Coppenrath Europe’s Bakery had given us something so vital to the Holiday season—joy—and for that, we could not be more thankful.

So if you’re looking for a bit of joy this season and you happen to be in a Bi-Lo, Harris Teeter, Ingles, or Foodcity, do yourself a favor and make your way to the frozen desserts section. After you experience what might be the best piece of cake EVER, I want you to return to our blog and let us know how the medley of flavor affected you. Deal?

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