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"Efficient, beautiful & tasty!"
5/28/2008 By Gail

Very nice job; efficient, beautiful presentation, and tasty for my recipient!

"Expensive but worth it!"
3/25/2008 By Deborah

The chocolate dutch cake is expensive, but well worth it. It's very special. I don't think I could find another like it at any local bakery. Things always arrive fresh and on-time.

"Special birthday party!"
3/14/2008 By Deborah

As usual, the cake was quite excellent and arrive on time, Friday, as scheduled. It made for a special birthday party on Saturday. Thank you.

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Dutch Chocolate Layer Cake


This Dutch Chocolate Layer Cake is rich, moist chocolate cake layers made with Dutch cocoa and dairy fresh buttermilk, filled with rich dark chocolate silk. Each Dutch Chocolate Cake is frosted with a creamy chocolate buttercream. This chocolate lover's delight is then adorned with crisp chocolate curls and decorated with imported Swedish chocolate. Each Dutch Chocolate Layer Cake serves 10 - 12. A great addition to any get together!

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Layer Cake - 8 in. diameter, 4 lbs.
Serves 10-12 people
Shipped frozen in an insulated container with dry ice
Best served at room temperature so that the icing can become soft and creamy. Remove the packaging while the cake is still cool. Allow a frozen cake to thaw for 12 hours in the refrigerator or at room temperature for up to 6 hours before serving. Cake will keep for several days in the refrigerator.
Allergy Information: Product contains nuts or has been in contact with surfaces where nuts are processed.
Free standard shipping in Continental U.S., additional charge to ship to Alaska and Hawaii
All O & H Bakery items are baked after your order is received. Please allow a minimum of 24 hours for your order to be baked and prepared for shipping.
In 1949, the 0 & H Danish Bakery was founded by Christian Olesen in Racine, Wisconsin. Home to one of the largest Danish populations in the United States and now known for the danish kringle. One of thousands who immigrated here from Denmark, Chris brought with him the "Old World" Danish pride and commitment to quality that have become 0 & H Danish Bakery hallmarks. Loved by those who long for wonderful baked goods reminiscent of old Denmark, 0&H Danish Bakery grew...

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