London Baker

London Baker

by Susan Neuhalfen

You’ve seen her on Cake Wars, Dallas Cakes, and now Halloween Wars on the Food Network. More importantly, you’ve seen her right here in Castle Hills at her upscale bakery, The London Baker. Meet Elizabeth Rowe. What Picasso was to the canvas, what Prince was to songwriting, Elizabeth Rowe is to baking.

She is a true artist, creating one-of-a-kind pieces for residents and celebrities alike. Business has been booming since she opened The London Baker in the Castle Hills Village Shops only six short months ago.

With her television shows wrapped for the season, Elizabeth is now busy decorating for the holidays and designing holiday gift baskets that include amazing ooey gooey brownies, snickerdoodles, deep dish chocolate chip cookies, cake pops, and more.  She also specializes in breakfast baskets that include freshly baked muffins, bacon and cheddar scones, various croissants, and other freshly baked pastries delivered straight to your door. That’s in addition to the amazing pies, cakes, and goodies that will make the holidays unforgettable.

The London Baker will also be hosting Winter Wonderland High Teas on Sundays featuring a three-tiered course with scones or finger sandwiches (depending if you’re coming for morning or afternoon tea), tea or coffee, and various mini desserts.

To see Elizabeth in action now, visit the Food Network’s website for the prequel to Halloween Wars. Then, starting September 30, tune in to watch Halloween Wars on the Food Network. To see some of her amazing creations, visit thelondonbaker.com and don’t forget to watch the YouTube video of the T-Rex cake that won her first place in Austin’s ”That Takes The Cake” competition.

 

 

photos courtesy of Elizabeth Rowe


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