8 of the Best Holiday Desserts from Bakeries and Confectioners Across L.A.

These decadent seasonal desserts definitely belong on the ”nice” list
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If you screwed up the pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving, don’t take your chances with the rest of the holiday season. Hit up one of these local bakeries for something perfectly sweet.


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Margarita Manzke’s Strawberry Roll features housemade vanilla cream. $42 at République, 624 S. La Brea Ave., Hancock Park, republiquela.com.

This Bûche de Noël is covered with chocolate mousse and adorable decorations. $55 at Lark Cake Shop, locations at larkcakeshop.com.

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These Almond Cookies can be ordered in festive tins. $3.99/dozen at Phoenix Bakery, 969 N. Broadway, Chinatown, phoenixbakeryinc.com.

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Filled with almond paste or vanilla cream, Saffron Buns are a traditional Swedish Christmas treat. $6 each at bullebakery.com.

A vibrant Cuban Mango Mousse Cake is light, fluffy, fruity, and fun. $27 at Porto’s Bakery, locations at portosbakery.com.

 

Austrian Linzer Torte Bars are a Röckenwagner family favorite. $4 each at Röckenwagner Bakery, 12835 Washington Blvd., Culver City, rockenwagner.com.

 

This traditional German Stollen is filled with dried fruit and marzipan. $38 at Lucques Catering, 345 N. Maple Dr., Ste. 100; Beverly Hills, lucquescatering.com.

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These Holiday Truffles are festive no matter what you’re celebrating, and can even be customized with your own designs at an additional cost. $55 for 20 at Valerie Confections, locations at valerieconfections.com.


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