The cheeky shirts say it all: “One ball is not enough.” And after a trip to The Cake Ball Company, you’ll likely agree with that statement, which is printed on T-shirts sold at the shop. Owner Robin Ankeny creates chocolate sake cake balls dusted in espresso powder, wedding cake balls blended with cream cheese icing and the newly added strawberry cake balls dunked in dark chocolate – all of them equally tempting and delicious. And just for February, each cake ball is adorned with pretty pink sprinkles and tiny red hearts. You can order those for your sweet heart by the half-dozen up to three dozen – but whatever you do, don’t order just one.
The Cake Ball Company
Northwest Hwy & Easton
Three more sweet spots:
1. Society Bakery
From cupcakes to cookies to brownies to whoppie pies – this is a one-stop shop for all your Valentines.
2. Cheesecake Royale Bakery
Forget the bouquet and give a cheesecake sampler that includes plain, chocolate, strawberry, amaretto, black forest, key lime, raspberry and white chocolate.
Garland & Buckner
3. Henk’s Black Forest Bakery
Say “I love you” with some yummy European goodies – like the Swiss Madrisa, a sponge cake coated in cream and almonds and topped with strawberries, peaches, kiwi, and pineapple.
Blackwell & Greenville
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