Let The Good Times Roll
In European countries, the coming of the Wisemen bearing gifts to the Christ Child is celebrated twelve days after Christmas. The celebration, called Epiphany, Little Christmas, or the Twelfth Night, is a time of exchanging gifts and feasting.
All over the world, people gather for festive twelfth-night celebrations. One of the most popular customs is still the baking of a special cake in honor of the three kings…”A King’s Cake.” The Europeans hide a bean inside their cake, and the person receiving the bean must portray one of the kings. Latin-American people put a small figure inside the cake representing the Christ Child. It is said that a year of good fortune awaits the lucky person who gets the figure.
Louisianans like the idea of perpetuating the celebration by having the person who received the baby continue the festivities with another party and another King Cake. Starting the twelfth day after Christmas, King Cake parties continue until Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, which marks the last day before Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday. King cakes were originally a simple ring of dough with a little decoration. The New Orleans style King Cake is brightly decorated with Mardi Gras colored sugars: Green-Faith, Purple-Justice, Gold-Power. Thousands of King Cakes are consumed at parties every year in the Crescent City making the King Cake another “Fine Louisiana Tradition.”
Mouth Watering Flavors
STRAWBERRY CREAM CHEESE
PRALINE CREAM CHEESE
BLUEBERRY CREAM CHEESE
CHOCOLATE CARAMEL PECAN CREAM CHEESE
LEMON CREAM CHEESE
Mini – Serves 4-5
Small – Serves – 8-10
Medium – Serves 10-15
Large- Serves 20-25
Frequently Asked Questions
Do your King Cakes come with a baby inside?
Every Crystal Wedding’s King Cake comes with a plastic baby. The baby is placed inside the cake after baking.
How do I change the shipping address once the order has been placed?
To change the shipping address once an online order has been placed, please call us at 337-989-1700. Please keep in mind that during our peak season call volume is very high. We appreciate your patience.
We don't plan on eating our King Cake right away. How should we store it?
King Cakes, both traditional and filled, can be frozen for later enjoyment. Place your cake in the freezer in the bag it came in. Thaw at room temperature when you are ready to eat and enjoy.
When should I place my order for shipping?
We ship overnight, so you need to place your order at least 24 hours ahead of time.
How are your king cakes prepared?
All of our king cakes are filled with your filling choice, braided, then placed in the oven for baking. Once out of the oven, we top with our specialty glaze and drizzle with Mardi Gras colors.
What days do you ship King Cakes?
We ship Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for overnight shipping. You can choose Friday or Saturday delivery for an extra fee.
I want to order multiple King Cakes to go to one location. Do I have to enter each individually?
Yes, each has to be entered individually. If you would like to ship them together you can give us a call, and we can try to accommodate you.
How long does a King Cake stay fresh?
Your King Cake will stay fresh 2-3 days after delivery. You can also cut slices and place in the microwave for 10-20 seconds for warm deliciousness.
What kind of food allergens should I be aware of?
All of our King Cakes may contain or have been in contact with milk, nuts, eggs, wheat, soy, & peanuts.
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