Proudly provide high quality, healthy, decadent cocktail cakes which elegantly complement any formal and cocktail celebration.
Induce warm, pleasurable feelings to special celebrations through the special blend of ethnic cocktail cakes in a format that is tastefully elegant.
Margot chats about her cake during CBC Radio interview with Matt Galloway
Margot Sobers was born in Barbados and immigrated to Canada in the early 80s. Margot has been in the kitchen at a very early age helping to prepare meals with her parents and grandmother. She loves to cook and experiment in the kitchen, adding her own "Margot's flare" to any meal she prepares. For most of her adult life and more so in the recent 16 years, Margot has cooked warm and nutritious meals and school lunches on a weekly basis. She has had a great passion for baking since 1986. Margot has a great sense of humor and loves to laugh. While living in Toronto with her daughter, Margot enjoys taking long walks, and gardening.
Sober Cocktail Cakes are welll known in caribbean. These cakes are well known as Great Cakes on the Island of Barbados...thus the elegant ambiance of the cake. The cake is also referred to informally as rum cake, fruit cake, or black cake.
On other islands of the Caribbean the cake is prepared with varying ingredients and known as rum cake, fruit cake, black cake, or caribbean cake.