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Celebrate spring fever with a build-a-cake from Kroger’s online bakery

Custom cakes and build-a-cake at Kroger
Custom cakes and build-a-cake at Kroger

Spring is upon us and party planning is on the upswing. Springtime is the host to many parties; such as college graduation, high school graduation, spring birthdays, garden parties and even weddings. No matter what the occasion, there is one common denominator that all these celebrations need: a beautifully decorated cake designed by you and ordered through Kroger bakery's build-a-cake.


Of course you can always bake and decorate your own cake; however there are plenty of bakeries in the area that will dazzle you with their festive presentations and reasonable price tag. A perfect example is Kroger. They have an online “build-a-cake” order form where you get to design your own cake by picking all the options, colors, flavors and size. If you don’t have the time or inclination to bake your own cake, this is definitely the way to go!

The prices for Kroger’s build-a-cake range from $11.99 to 39.00 with sizes ranging from an 8” round (double layer) to a full sheet cake.

Here are your options in Kroger bakery’s build-a-cake:

  • Cake size: 8” round (double), ¼ sheet, ½ sheet and full sheet cake
  • Cake Flavors: white, yellow, chocolate and marbled yellow and chocolate
  • Icing types: buttercreme or whippy
  • Icing options: cake icing color, top border color, bottom border color, roses color, balloons color, message color
  • Message on cake: Up to 50 characters
  • As well as any further instructions you choose to leave for the well trained and seasoned Kroger cake decorators

When was the last time your bakery asked or gave you all these options? And the best part is that you can complete this order on line; therefore no misunderstandings of names or message and your cake is ready at the time you specify.

The Raleigh Food Examiner has not been asked and has not received compensation for this endorsement. These opinions are based on Kroger’s website and personal experience with this grocery chain.

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