Glaze

Home of the Gorgeously Delicious Baum Cake
Glaze
I'd never seen anything like these cakes before in my life; suffice to say, my mind was blown. However even more to my amazement, they tasted even better than they looked.
Frank Luciano - The Baron of Breakfast

Denver entrepreneur, Heather Alcott, who was living in Asia, had stumbled across Japan’s best kept secret—the beautiful, multi-layered Baumkuchen—or as she calls it, Baum Cake. Named for the concentric circles resembling tree rings, each of these beautifully hand-crafted treats is created in a 6 ft x 5 ft oven Heather had shipped in from Japan. One bite of these one of a kind creations and you’ll quickly see it was worth the effort; we’ve never seen anything else like ’em.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Glaze has been featured on The Cooking Channel's Unique Sweets, Pop Sugar, Eater, Thrillist, Conde Nast Traveler and in Food & Wine Magazine who called their Pumpkin Baum the "Best Pumpkin Dessert in the US."

Glaze

Home of the Gorgeously Delicious Baum Cake

Denver entrepreneur, Heather Alcott, who was living in Asia, had stumbled across Japan’s best kept secret—the beautiful, multi-layered Baumkuchen—or as she calls it, Baum Cake. Named for the concentric circles resembling tree rings, each of these beautifully hand-crafted treats is created in a 6 ft x 5 ft oven Heather had shipped in from Japan. One bite of these one of a kind creations and you’ll quickly see it was worth the effort; we’ve never seen anything else like ’em.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Glaze has been featured on The Cooking Channel's Unique Sweets, Pop Sugar, Eater, Thrillist, Conde Nast Traveler and in Food & Wine Magazine who called their Pumpkin Baum the "Best Pumpkin Dessert in the US."