One of the questions we get asked the most is where to order vegan birthday cakes in Las Vegas. A few years ago, there weren’t a whole lot of choices. While Las Vegas does not have a vegan bakery at the moment, there are a lot of cottage bakeries making vegan birthday cakes in Las Vegas.
Do you need a vegan birthday cake and live in Las Vegas? Here are bakeries in Las Vegas you can support creating made-to-order vegan birthday cakes.
Where to Order Vegan Birthday Cakes in Las Vegas
CannaCake Babe doesn’t just make vegan birthday cakes — she can also make cannabis-infused vegan birthday cakes. So, for the edible enthusiast in your life, this is the baker to choose. Aside from that, the vegan bakery creates cupcakes, truffles, cookies and more. If you love CannaCake Babe, right now there’s a fundraiser to help the business open a storefront bakery, too.
Custom Cakes by Rachel
Custom cakes by Rachel makes cakes, cake pops, cookies and more. Order via Facebook.
Frolic & Folly
From over-the-top cookie-laden cakes to whimsical to simple and elegant, Frolic & Folly burst onto the vegan bakery scene in late 2020 and books out weeks — if not month — in advance. With a decadent list of cake flavors, icings, and enhancements, offerings here include cakes, gift boxes, hot chocolate bombs and more.
Peterson’s Pantry delivers fresh-made vegan comfort food across Las Vegas. Aside from their home-cooked chicken pot pies and calzones (and so much more!), Peterson’s Pantry also makes stunning vegan birthday cakes.
Sweet Earth Confections*
Not only does Sweet Earth Confections offer cake, cookies, and mini cakes, they also make macarons, petit fours and more. In addition, Sweet Earth Confections has kits and online baking classes. Order via their website.
Ta’s Caribbean Spice*
Not only does Ta’s do Caribbean, they also do custom cakes. Order via Instagram.
Usagi Bakery focuses on ethical, sustainable baked good and offers custom cakes. Check them out and order on Instagram.
*These are Black-owned vegan businesses if you’re looking to support BLM.
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