Words cannot even describe such luxury and decadence. I have talked about so many different foods and recipes on my blog, but this article post takes the cake! This rich Caramel Cream Smith Island Cake (Smaller Size) is my Dolly Parton in this island in the stream.
The cake was safely shipped to my front door, but little did I know that I was going to paradise. Honestly!!! I am just in love, even my brother wants this cake for his upcoming birthday.
Smith Islands take on the Southern classic is guaranteed to amaze! Featuring layers of moist yellow cake, housemade caramel, a light, fluffy caramel buttercream, and topped with caramel drizzle. Each cake is approx. 6″ in diameter, 3.5″ tall, and yields 7-9 slices. The cake is shipped frozen with dry ice in a recyclable cake box.
Come guys!!! The holiday season is right around the corner, so why stress over making a bunch of cakes? Order online and your cake is right at your door, this decadent cake will even please your in-laws. Just and idea!
The History of the Smith Island Cake
The Smith Island Baking Company, Inc. (SIBC) was founded in 2009 on Smith Island with a simple mission: to share Smith Island Cakes with the world. In doing so, we sought to benefit our bakers and employees, Smith Island, Crisfield, and broader Somerset County. Our story has been told and retold by satisfied customers and journalists alike from around the world. It’s a story of the right people, the right vision, and the right community. And, of course, the right cake!
Where is Smith Island?
Smith Island, Maryland, is a 400-year-old fishing village of only 250 residents. Located 10 miles offshore in the Chesapeake Bay, and accessible only by ferry, the map of smith island it was here that the Smith Island Cake was born. Smith Island has always been a waterman’s community. In the 1800’s, when Smith Island men went on the autumn oyster harvest, their wives would send Smith Island Cakes as a special treat to remind them of their families and the community they had left behind. The bakers took pride in making Smith Island Cakes with the thinnest possible layers and they began using fudge instead of buttercream frosting. The watermen loved the presentation, and cakes frosted with fudge lasted much longer than cakes with other frostings.
National Geographic logo In 2008, Maryland named the Smith Island Cake its State Dessert. In spite of the island’s remote location, National Geographic says we’re “Worth the Trip.”
They are is many other cake flavors with your name on it at:http://smithislandcake.com/ Tell them Danna is too busy eating here cake but still found time to send you over!