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How to Create a Dessert Buffet

Published: Friday, February 10, 2017 | 2:29 PM



Dessert bars are easily the most memorable part of any party! Create one your guests will rave about with these six steps to the perfect dessert bar.


The first step in making an awesome dessert bar is to evaluate who is coming to your party. More than just age and demographic, you are using your guest list to estimate exactly how many desserts you are going to need. Safely assuming that each guest will have at least one dessert, you will need to multiply your dessert needs by at least two to three per guest.


Plan on what you want to bake and what you want to buy. A combination of homemade and store bought desserts is the perfect compromise between saving time and customizing your dessert buffet. Pick up a pack of bundtinis, bite-size bundt cakes with a delicate swirl of creamy frosting on top, from Nothing Bundt Cakes. These charming cakes make a great addition to any party.


Nothing Bundt Cakes offers a wide range of flavors including, traditional Red Velvet – scarlet batter of velvety rich cocoa and buttermilk with chocolate chips and topped with their signature butter cream cheese frosting, Chocolate Chocolate Chip an incredibly moist, decadent chocolate cake which is packed with chocolate chips. Try Pecan Praline , a streusel cake just like grandma would bake – rich, buttery, yellow cake with big bites of pecans enrobed in cinnamon and sugar.


The best part of a dessert party is the ability to pick and choose what treats you want to enjoy. Help your guests choose by creating labels that match your theme and are easy to read.


Nothing Bundt Cakes is located at 548 S. Lake Ave, Pasadena. Call (626) 792-8200 or visit for more details.




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