3″ Mini Bliss Cheesecakes
Perfect for the dinner table or as a well deserved indulgence at the end of your day. If you want, you can eat half of it and refreeze the rest (but really, why??).
Central Alberta Co-op – Timberlands Bakery in Red Deer have them ready to eat. They often have back up stock in the back if you need more.
Central Alberta Co-op – Innisfail Co-op Bakery have them ready to eat in the cake display and more in the bakery freezer.
Sobey’s Gaetz South in Red Deer has them in their freezer section near the ice cream. They often have some ready to eat in their bakery.
Sobey’s Sylvan Lake has them in their Bakery freezer with some ready to eat in their Bakery display case.
Westview Co-op in Olds has them in their freezer with a few ready to eat in their bakery section.
How To Store
For best quality, we recommend you keep your cheesecake frozen until needed, then thawed and stored in the refrigerator until it is served. It will be good for about 5 days in the fridge but can be re-frozen in a sealed container. Cherry Bliss and Strawberry bliss cannot be frozen.
An ingredients and nutrition label will be adhered to each container. We do have nuts on the premises (pecans, peanuts, coconut,and almonds) and we can’t guarantee the cakes haven’t come into contact with them. To be safe, we recommend that anyone with allergies to these nuts, or any ingredient on the labels, not consume our products.