What a CakeDrop Is NOT

We don't want to be negative, but new things can sometimes get confused with old things.  That is not good - because we are NOT those things. So hopefully these simple explanations will help you understand the difference. (And yes, we are having fun. 😉)

They Are NOT Cake Pops

Cake pops are bits of cake literally glued together with frosting and then covered in more frosting. Pops are on a stick because, well, it can feel like eating a lollipop in two bites. So maybe we can all agree on one simple rule to keep in mind: Sticks are for suckers!

They Are NOT Cupcakes

Cupcakes are awesome at kids parties because somehow children don't pass out from eating a small piece of cake covered with giant hunk of frosting. Just because some talented bakers have figured out how to add fancy flavors, or shrink them down until you need glasses to identify them, doesn't make them any more grown up. For us, it comes down to this: If you are what you eat . . . don't be a cupcake!

They Are NOT Just Cake

Cake has it's place.  Lots of places. Seems like everyone has made one, every store sells them, they're kinda everywhere. Some can even be quite nice. BUT, ever see the bill for slicing a 4 foot pastry? Ever try to get 200 people to agree on one flavor? And then the plates . . . and forks . . . Maybe be different than every event you and your grandmother can remember.  CakeDrops are denser and richer than cake and can be eaten with your fingers. They have multiple flavors, no slicing fee, no dishes and a low center of gravity! Do dessert different!