Monday, May 20, 2024

Nothing Bundt Cakes to open Granbury location in coming months

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It’s official — Granbury is getting a lot sweeter.

The recent news that a popular bakery will soon be opening in town is a “whisk” come true for many residents.

According to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Nothing Bundt Cakes will open a 2,285 square foot location at 1200 Waters Edge, Suite 120 — the former home of Superior Fitness.

The project’s estimated cost is $377,025, with construction set to begin June 1. The estimated completion date is currently set for Sept. 15.

Nothing Bundt Cakes was founded in 1997 by Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz in their Las Vegas home kitchens. Since then, it has grown to over 500 bakery locations in more than 40 states and Canada — becoming the nation’s largest specialty cake company to offer a modern spin on a classic treat, according to its website.

The retail cake store is famous for its flavorful Bundt cakes topped with the brand’s signature cream cheese frosting. Flavors include lemon, lemon blueberry, red velvet, white chocolate raspberry, strawberries and cream, snickerdoodle, confetti, carrot, classic vanilla, gluten-free chocolate chip cookie, and chocolate chocolate chip (so chocolate-y they had to include the word “chocolate” twice).

Full-sized Bundt cakes come in eight-inch or 10-inch sizes as well as tiered. Bundtlets, which are personal cakes, and Bundtinis, mini cakes that can be purchased by the dozen, are additional smaller options for those with a mini sweet tooth.

Nearby locations of this favorite bakery include Hudson Oaks, Fort Worth, Burleson and Lake Worth.

Nothing Bundt Cakes has not announced an opening date set for its Granbury location.

The Hood County News reached out to owner Philip Bonds for comment but did not receive a response by press time.