Celebrating Black History Month – LA’s Black Owned Businesses – Dessert Guide

Offering an updated 2018 guide to (B.O.) Bakeries throughout Los Angeles, CA.

27th Street Bakery
2700 South Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA. 90011
323-233-3469

Big Man Bakes
413 S. Main St. @4th
Los Angeles, CA 90013
213-617-9100

Bonnie B Bakery
6344 Topanga canyon Blvd., Suite 1030
Woodland Hills, California
747-226-3497

Cobblers Cakes & Kream
2323 W Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90305
323-455-1224

Cobbler Lady
3854 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90008
323-298-2144

Good Cake Company
323 E. Hillcrest Blvd.
Inglewood, CA. 90301
310-671-5200

Gwen’s Specialty Cakes
820 N. Labrea Ave. #D
Inglewood, CA 90302
310-677-9979

Harriets Cheesecakes Unlimited  
1515 Centinela Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90302
310-419-2259

Harry Jr. Bakery
5909 S. Vermont Ave.
Los Angels, CA 90044
323-752-3341

Heavenly Cakes Creations  
2916 W Vernon Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90008
323-290-4700

The Kobbler King
3622 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
323-731-9286

Milk + Brookies
213-536-7043
contactus@milkandbrookies.com
(online only)

Ms Rubys Bakery
404 E Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
310-677-8297

Southern Girl Desserts 
3650 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90008
323-293-2253

Sweet Red Peach
1035 S Prairie Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90301
310-671-2253

We Cupcake
10807 Crenshaw Blvd.
Inglewood, Ca 90303
424-261-3080
(alcohol infused cupcakes)

 

Oh – No!  Did I miss your favorite spot?  s there someone who deserves recognition?  Give them a shot-out in the comment section below so I can update the list along the way.  Thanks in advance 🙂

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I bark for the holidays

How is everyone’s holiday going?  For myself, its cool.

Now another love as mentioned from last week is making bark which is a personal tradition I have started within my own home during the holidays.  For those who can’t make it out, I make a point to ship some out to them.  Hope everyone enjoyed their packages!

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Traditions can be fun and of course there are some traditions that seem a little off.  You have regular fun ones and then there are the super superstitious ones.  Nevertheless, as long as they make sense to you that is all that matters. My favorite ones were from my grandmother who always stressed the man had to walk through the home first and making sure to eat fish, black eye peas and something green…and yes I’ve added the bark <chuckle>.

Well, for whatever it is that you choose to do or no longer wish to do, I hope it brings joy to your home as ours does for us.  And as for making bark, which brings me joy, do know there are all kinds you can make.  There’s peppermint, m&m, caramel, dark chocolate and the list goes on and guess what?  There’s a simple recipe down below.

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RECIPE:

Bark

Try melting a package of chocolate chips in a saucepan on low heat with a teaspoon of oil.  Constantly stirring, mix in a 1 cp or as much as you want of candies, pretzels, nuts or whatever you prefer.  Poor evenly onto a cookie sheet lined with either wax paper or foil and refrigerate for about 10 minuets.

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Break then enjoy!