The principles -- quality ingredients, natural sweeteners, baking from scratch -- remain the same, but the recipes are different. CakeLove cakes are more traditional cakes, whereas CakeLove in a Jar can be eaten cold or even frozen.
I can eat this frozen?
That's right: CakeLove in a Jar tastes great at room temperature, refrigerated, or even frozen.
Do I need to keep it frozen?
No, but you do need to keep it cold because the frosting is made with real cream cheese and butter.
What about gluten-free cakes?
We make gluten-free versions of the salty caramel and triple chocolate.
What about allergens?
CakeLove in a Jar contains milk, eggs, wheat, and soy, and is processed in a facility that processes peanuts.
What can I do with the jar when I'm done?
Please recycle the jars and lids. They are made of recyclable, BPA-free plastic, which we hope you will dispose of responsibly or wash and reuse. We strive to be environmentally-friendly and hope to switch to jars made from compostable materials in the future once they become more widely available.
Can I still order layer cakes and cupcakes from CakeLove?
No, it's even hard for us to believe it, but we discontinued cupcakes and layer cakes to focus on the jars.