Bakeries >Freed's Bakery of Las Vegas
9815 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8918336.010968 -115.119969
Neighborhoods: Silverado Ranch
Freed's Bakery ... Nice looking cakes but bad bad taste...fake and box tasting – I attended the four annual Chocolate Affair put on by a local radio station and Freed's Bakery and a few others were there. I tasted Freed's samples of cakes...and oh my gosh...I could have done better with my six year old. The cakes tasted fake and box like. Their Red Velvet is basically a white cake with red food coloring. Really bad for a bakery here for so long. Leopold's Bakery had some great samples including a to die for Red Velvet and Almond Bar but had no cakes on display. I have to admit that Freed's cakes look spectacular but I would not recommend them if you want more for your money.
If you are VEGAN - avoid at all costs – The website say they do vegan cakes. What this means is just a "white" (actually yellow) cake layer. The "vegan" frosting is Crisco vegetable shortening mixed with powdered sugar and is VILE and oily tasting. I could still taste it the next day! All the fondant cakes on the website are NOT vegan. The bakery is *not* willing to adapt private recipes to make any different flavor vegan cakes, fillings or frostings. I will pass on using them for any special occasion.
over rated! – went to freed's to taste wedding cakes and was surprised that this bakery is widely regarded as the premiere bakery in vegas. the cakes were not particularily moist, flavor selection is limited and the fruit fillings might as well have been smucker's. if all you care about is having a fondant tower, then freed's may be the way to go. they can definitely make your cake look beautiful, but it won't taste any better than something you'd get from albertson's. if you're looking for high quality, fresh ingredients, look elsewhere.
Gorgeous, elaborate and very tasty specialty cakes are the forte of this versatile bakery. – In Short
From small single-sheet cakes with minimum frills to opulent ten-tier, fondant-iced masterpieces topped with fresh flowers and fountain artworks--Freed's accommodates the needs of any cake-worthy occasion. Some creations are so lavishly decorated they're almost too pretty to eat. Though the cake flavors do not necessarily offer anything exotic (standard favorites like fudge, vanilla or red velvet), fillings like Bavarian cream and chocolate or raspberry buttercreams set these creations apart from other bakeries'.
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