Bundts on Rise
New bakery offers specialized treats on Youree
Youree Drive just got a bit sweeter thanks to the Dallas-based bakery, Nothing Bundt Cakes. Nestled in the Regal Court shopping center, this one-of-a-kind bakery specializes in nostalgic yet modern bundt cakes.
The Shreveport store is owned by husband and wife team of Mona and Jack Gabriel. The Gabriels own three Nothing Bundt Cakes. The three locations are now in Shreveport; Tyler, Texas and Jackson, Miss. Their son serves as the manager for all three stores.
“We are originally from Monroe and knew of the Shreveport area,” Mona said. “We know Louisianians love to entertain and love good food. We just knew it would be a perfect fit for the Nothing Bundt Cakes brand.”
Mona said Nothing Bundt Cakes reintroduces the bundt cake in a refreshing new way with fans of all ages.
Bundt cakes are made fresh daily and customers can purchase a bundt cake for any occasion or holiday to be delivered or picked up. “Our cakes are baked from scratch daily and they contain no preservatives,” Mona said. “It is a just a good non-pretentious moist cake.”
Nothing Bundt Cake offers a wide range of cake flavors and sizes, from bundtinis – bite-sized bundts – to larger bundts that serve 18-20 people and tiered cakes which can serve up to 26 people.
Gabriel said the most popular flavors nationwide include chocolate chocolate chip – the original bundt cake for the company, red velvet, white chocolate raspberry and lemon. However, in Shreveport, the second most popular flavor is the pecan praline.
Each 8-inch and 10-inch bundt cake features custom concept cake decorations that are available for any occasion. Nothing Bundt Cakes also offers bundtlet bundles perfect for businesses. The bundlet bundle includes a dozen bundlets.
Founded in 1997, Nothing Bundt Cakes is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nev. Nothing Bundt Cakes is one of the nation’s few bakery/retail locations committed to the baking of bundt cakes.
The bakery specializes in offering celebration solutions for moments that matter and always enhancing their guests’ celebrations. This bakery’s opening makes a total of 123 bakeries open across 23 states.
– Jordan Harris