Legendary Freed's Bakery Brings Outrageous Sinfully Sweet Cakes to Life in "Vegas Cakes"

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31 October 2017
Vegas Cakes
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"Vegas Cakes"
Premieres Sunday, November 5 at 10pm ET/PT on Food Network
        Freed's Bakery in Las Vegas has been making magic happen for fifty-eight years with their famous cakes and Food Network reveals the creativity and skill that goes into these unique creations in the ten-episode series "Vegas Cakes."  Freed's may look like a neighborhood bakery, but the cake artists in their secret back room make the most fun, outrageous and elaborate cakes in town. 

          From a giant Cadillac Cake for the Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekend and a stunt man's birthday cake illustrating a legendary record jump to cakes for Las Vegas legends like Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Newton and Penn and Teller, Freed's sugary creations wow their guests every time.

          Vegas Cakes kicks off with two back-to-back episodes. At 10 PM, its “Vegas Rocks.” Freed's is the best bakery in Las Vegas and every day they make celebration magic with their custom cakes. The team rocks around the clock to deliver a three-foot-long custom car, an enchanting unicorn, and an eye-popping mash up of junk food and fitness.

          Then, at 10:30 PM its, “Alien Baseball and Cirque Cake.”  The stakes are high in Vegas when Cirque du Soleil's production of KA is celebrating its 6000th performance with an epic cake and Max stresses out making sure the delivery isn't a disaster. Then it's on to a gravity-defying alien baseball mashup for the local baseball team, the Las Vegas 51s.

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