Food Network’s Dallas Cakes further proves everything is bigger in Texas


The month of April is saving the tastiest treats for last! On Monday, April 30, tune in to the Food Network to catch the series premiere of Dallas Cakes!

Food in Dallas, Texas is great! From our steaks to our Tex-Mex dishes and dessert pastries, we’ve got it all. And when it comes to extraordinary cakes, Dallas is home to some of the most brilliant and crafty bakers! To prove it, Food Network is debuting Dallas Cakes, adding to the network’s already mouthwatering dessert shows.

Your Monday nights are about to become oh so sweet. The series consists of ten half-hour episodes that follow the best Dallas-area bakers baking up delicious and astounding cakes. We’re talking over-the-top, as crazy as you can imagine, cakes.

Photo courtesy: Food Network. As seen on Food Network’s Dallas Cakes, master cake decorater Bronwen Weber adds cocoa powder to the 47-inch tall boot cake to give it that rustic, worn-in look.

From Food Network, here’s what you can expect to see in the series premiere, episode 1, “Dragons and Belt Buckles, Oh My!”: A groom’s cake with an HBO’s Game of Thrones theme isn’t complete without a sculpted ice dragon and an intricately carved Iron Throne. The ultimate block party celebrates Chinese New Year with a cake so over the top it literally smokes. Then, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Fort Worth Stockyards Championship Rodeo, 24 layers of cowboy coffee cake are turned into the world’s largest belt buckle, and the real question is whether it will hold up to being delivered right to the arena floor.

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Can’t wait until the premiere to check out these tasty creations? You don’t have to! If you reside in the Dallas area, or are nearby, why not pay the locations a visit and try out their desserts for yourself? You be the judge!

Below are the bakers and bakeries features in the series:

  • Bronwen Weber of Frosted Arts Bakery
  • Roshi Muns of Society Bakery
  • Jamie Holder of Crème de La Crème
  • Elizabeth Rowe of The London Baker
  • Dylan Humphrey of Kool Kakes by Dylan
  • Heidi Allison of Sugar Bee Sweets

Dallas Cakes premieres Monday, April 30, at 9:30 pm on the Food Network. Don’t miss it!