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Scones

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Morning Pastries, Pastries, Scones

apple cinammon scones
Scones are thought to have come from Scotland, perhaps from Scone Scotland. Scones are a kind of quickbread, like Irish sodabread, where baking powder is the leavening agent, not yeast. They are delicate and flaky, and a welcome complement to tea or coffee. Cocoa bakes several varieties, including: Apple Cinnamon,...
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Coffee Cakes

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : Coffee Cakes, Morning Pastries

small coffee cake
Coffee cake, also called crumb cake, is a breakfast cake, typically eaten with coffee and actually doesn’t taste like coffee nor has coffee as an ingredient. Cocoa Bakery’s coffee cakes have a thick layer of streussel-like crumbs. Unlike other coffee cakes, Cocoa coffee cake has no drizzled glaze, nor have...
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Caramel Bars

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Brownies and Bars

Pecan Honey Caramel Bar
Crumbly, buttery, gooey goodness. Cocoa makes several bars, like our Honey Almond Caramel Bar, our Coconut Caramel Bar, and our decadent Honey Pecan Caramel Bar. Every aspect is made from scratch from the crumbly and buttery crust to our caramel. We let someone else grow the nuts. Honey Pecan Caramel...
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Brownies

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Brownies and Bars

brownies
Cocoa’s brownies are rich chocolate bliss in bar form. We also make a brownie with praline, adding a buttery crunch to append the rich brownie’s texture. Cocoa also makes a Praline Brownie cake truffle, one of our most habit forming of cake truffles. Caramel Bars Cookies
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Cream puffs

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Cream Puffs & Croquembouche, Pastries

cream puffs
Cocoa’s light, fluffy, crisp, supple, delicate, soft cream puffs are due to Pastry Chef Jessica Isaacs perfected recipe for pate du choux pastry. ‘Choux’ in French means cabbage, as the puffs roughly resemble the leafy green. It is believed that Catherine Medici’s chef invented the pastry in the 1500s. Cocoa...
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Croquembouche

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 24, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Cream Puffs & Croquembouche, Pastries

croquembouche with banner
Croquembouche is a popular treat in France and Italy at weddings, baptisms and other special occasions. The dessert is a cone of cream puffs piled high and held together by spun caramel. The name roughly translates to “crunch in the mouth”, and is believed to have been invented by “the...
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Chocolate Chip Cookies – the Big Guys

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 21, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Cookies

chocolate chip cookie
If you love Cocoa Bakery’s chocolate chip cookies, then these Big Guys are for you. These monsters have big chunks of chocolate, and we also make them with walnuts. Cookie of the Month Club Cookie Varieties Cookie Platters Back to Cookies page.
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Incredible Hulk Cake

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 18, 2012 | Category : All Bakery Goods, Cakes

hulk-cake
This angriest of Avengers cake was a special birthday request for one of our loyal customers in Jersey City. The Incredible Hulk cake frosting and decoration is all buttercream. View our Superhero cakes Cake varieties Cupcake towers Back to Cakes page.
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