Yes, everything is scratch-baked on-site. Scratch-baked means our cakes are made from flour, sugar, butter, oil, chocolate, or whatever basic ingredients they require – not from a package cake mix. It also means that we make all of our own doughs, like puff pastry, danish, strudel and pie doughs, rather than purchasing them ready-made.
Crixa Cakes does not accept table reservations.
Yes, our elegant and tasty special occasion cakes are often used for weddings. Crixa cakes are scratch-baked using high-quality ingredients from around the world. Our Special Order large-size 12″ round cakes will serve up to 40 people. Many customers choose a variety of our cakes and pies, along with an assortment of our pastries, for their wedding events.
No. Crixa does not currently ship its products.
Crixa’s use of pure ingredients and slower hand-made processes isn’t new or trendy – it’s the way our better tasting baked goods have traditionally been produced. Crixa uses organic ingredients whenever they meet our quality standards and are not price-prohibitive.
We recommend placing your Advance Order early for best selection. Dates often get booked up.
We require prepayment on all Advance Orders. Prepayments are non-refundable for orders canceled within the 3 or 5 day production window.
Need a cake today? Please see our FAQ, I Have Not Placed An Advance Order And I Need A Cake Today. Can I Still Get One?
Please send us your request for a Crixa Cakes donation at least one month before your Not-for-Profit organization’s event. Please include your organization’s Tax-ID.
Crixa Cakes donations are in the form of $30 Crixa Gift Cards.
We will choose a limited number of Not-for-Profit organizations for donations each year.
Unfortunately, Crixa Cakes does not have the facilities to accomodate large groups or private parties.
We have cakes available for walk-in customers every day. Please come in and see what is available from our daily Cafe Menu.
We are often asked what our most popular items are. Here is our Crixa Top Ten List.
Crixa is lapin for crossroads. Lapin is the language of the rabbits in Richard Adams‘ novel Watership Down. In the book Crixa is the center of Efrafa, the rabbit warren. It is located at the crossing point of two bridle paths.
In Berkeley, California, Crixa Cakes is at the crossroads of Adeline Street and Shattuck Avenue on the site of an old horse stable.