Decorated in the classic Mardi Gras colors, King Cakes come in all shapes and sizes.

Baton Rouge King Cakes: A Carnival Tradition

The conclusion of Epiphany officially begins the Mardi Gras season in south Louisiana, and even more excitingly– means the start of King Cake season. The beloved carnival treat is a tradition that Baton Rouge bakeries have been serving up for decades.

From 12th Night until Mardi Gras Day hundreds of thousands of King Cakes will be consumed. From traditional, to new-age twists and king-cake flavored items, no two are the same.

As Mardi Gras season begins, there are plenty of ways to celebrate in the Capital City. The most...

Baton Rouge King Cake Bakeries

Need to know where to find them? Check out this list we compiled of Baton Rouge bakeries that make King Cakes. Some bakeries even ship king cakes to those missing Carnival time across the world!

Alexander's Highland Market Baton Rouge

A full service neighborhood grocery store with a strong sense of community ownership. Rooted in...

The Ambrosia Bakery

The Ambrosia Deli, which includes chef prepared wraps, salads and soups, po boys, wraps, hamburgers,...

Calandro's Supermarket & Select Cellars

A family owned and operated store which has been around since 1941. Offers a complete line of...

Chris Specialty Meats

Chris Specialty Meats specialize in prepared Cajun dishes including chickens, turkeys, gumbos,...

CounterspaceBR - Perkins Road at Acadian Village

Locally made from scratch bakery whipping up daily delights and custom orders from cookies and...

District Donuts. Sliders. Brew.

Come enjoy sliders, several craft beers, and a specialty coffee program featuring nitro cold...

Gourmet Girls

Locally owned catering and delivery service. Specializing in local cuisine and seasonal products.