King Cake in Southwest Louisiana

Locations selling king cakes in Southwest Louisiana

King Cake in Southwest Louisiana

Starting sometime in late December and not ending until around Mardi Gras, bakeries in Southwest Louisiana start selling the delicious and colorful pastries called king cakes. We’ve created a list of places selling king cakes in Southwest Louisiana.

We have addresses, phone numbers, and directions to places selling king cakes in Lake Charles, Sulphur, Westlake, DeQuincy, Iowa, Vinton, Carlyss, Moss Bluff, and other areas in Southwest Louisiana.


Locations Where King Cakes are Sold in Southwest Louisiana

If you’re looking for somewhere to get a King Cake in Southwest Louisiana, check out the list below.

Listed Alphabetically
Some locations may have been affected by Hurricanes Laura and Delta

The Bekery
206 W 11th St, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 564-6132

Brookshire Brothers
1612 Ruth St, Sulphur, LA 70663
Phone: (337) 527-0033

300 W 4th St, Dequincy, LA 70633
Phone: (337) 786-5859

Charleston Bakery & Bistro Sweet Shoppe & Wine Bar
900 Ryan St, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 602-6304

Cypi’s Cake Box
520 W McNeese St, Lake Charles, LA 70605
Phone: (337) 478-0269

Delicious Donuts
2283 Country Club Rd, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 479-2986

Diana’s Cakes, Confections and More
Various local farmers markets including Cash & Carry Farmers’ Market, and Charlestown Farmers Market
Phone: (337) 532-3460

Donut King
2740 Gerstner Memorial Dr, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 549-2312

Great Harvest Bread Co.
4112 Lake St #100, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 477-3033

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Misse’s Grocery
106 E Lincoln St, Sulphur, LA
Phone: (337) 527-6924

PJ’s Coffee
3625 Nelson Rd, Lake Charles, LA 70601
Phone: (337) 429-2561

Pronia’s Deli and Bakery
3021 Kirkman St, Lake Charles, LA
Phone: (337) 478-0785

Red Cardinal Desserts and Cafe
109 S Adams St, Welsh, LA
Phone: (337) 930-8009

Rouses Markets
Moss Bluff
Phone: (337) 502-0120
1351 Sam Houston Jones Pkwy, Lake Charles, LA 70611 – Directions

Phone: (337) 502-0110
800 Carlyss Dr. / Blvd., Sulphur, LA 70665

Sam’s Club
Phone: (337) 477-2668
2025 Sam’s Way, Lake Charles, LA 70601

Sweet Chic Cupcakes
Phone: (337) 496-7471
341 E Prien Lake Rd, Lake Charles, LA 70601

Tracy’s Sweet Connections
Phone: (337) 905-2253
188 E Telephone Rd, Lake Charles, LA 70611

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About King Cake

King Cake is a pastry commonly served in Louisiana and other parts of the United States during Mardi Gras. It’s also known as “Fat Tuesday cake,” because it was traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday (the day before Ash Wednesday). It is now traditionally served from around mid-November to the end of February as part of the Mardi Gras season.

King Cake is commonly believed to have originated in France but is very similar to cakes once used in celebrations in ancient Rome marking the winter solstice.

There are many ways to make the cake in different sizes and shapes, but most have similar ingredients, with some exceptions. It is usually made with a brioche-style dough, cinnamon sugar, and either fruit or cream cheese filling. Some bakers in Southwest Louisiana have also started filling king cakes with boudin and other savory fillings.

To sum it up, king cakes are popular during Mardi Gras and other festivals that celebrate Fat Tuesday. The king cake is a pastry, originating from Central Europe, topped with icing made of sugar, milk, eggs, vanilla extract, and food coloring. The cake is frosted in red, green, purple, yellow, and sometimes other colors. Originally associated with Christmas, the tradition has since been adopted by the people of Southern Louisiana during Mardi Gras celebrations on Fat Tuesday.