The Enormous Slices Of Cake From This New Orleans Bakery Will Give You The Ultimate Sugar Rush

Doberge cakes have been a long-time staple of celebratory events for New Orleanians for many years. Ever since the 1930s when Beulah Ledner invented the cake that was inspired by the Hungarian sponge cake, New Orleanians have embraced this specialty cake with open arms and an open mouth. This one bakery in New Orleans serves an enormous slice of Doberge cake that will give you the ultimate sugar rush. Let’s check it out.

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Address: 1179 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130


For a full history of the Doberge Cake, check out our previous article here. If you’re still craving something sweet, you can always head over to Gambino’s Bakery in Metairie that’s been making the original Doberge cake for decades.


Have you ever had a slice of Doberge cake from Debbie Does Doberge? What’s your favorite flavor? Let us know in the comments below!