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Cakes You Actually Want to Eat

Lemon poppy, Chocolate pistachio, crushed berries— and no flavorless fondant in sight.

Left: Six-Tier Strawberry-Lemon Cake, $6 per serving, by Milk Bar.
Right: Dulce Vida, $11.25 per serving, by Butterfly Bakeshop.

Left: Toasted-Coconut-Covered Cake, $9 per serving, by City Sweets & Confections.
Right: Pink-Streaked Buttercream, $13 per serving, by Betty Bakery.

The Poppy, $11 per serving, by Brutus Bakeshop.

Sprinkles Everywhere, $9 per serving, by Butterfly Bakeshop.

Left: Floral Forest, $11 per serving, by Baked.
Right: Petal Cake, $9 per serving, by Magnolia Bakery.

Left: Boston-Creme-Pie Cake, $8 per serving, by Sugar Couture.
Right: Chocolate Rainbow-Cookie Cake, $8 per serving, by Lulu Cake Boutique.

Left: Pearls, $18 per serving, by Erin Kanagy-Loux at the Wythe Hotel.
Right: Light Lemon With a Pop, $12 per serving, by Madison Lee’s Cakes.

Left: Dark-Chocolate Chip With Fresh Berries, $8 per serving, by Luckybird Bakery.
Right: Semi-Naked Cake, $10 per serving, by Sweet Corner Bakeshop.

Left: Crushed Blackberries, $13 per serving, by Lael Cakes.
Right: White-Chocolate Fruit Ambrosia, $18 per serving, by Cake Alchemy.

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