What’s on The Rise in The Bakery Industry?
Bakery Trends and Treats for 2016
- Sugar, spice and everything nice: Desserts with some added spice are popping up on menus in upscale restaurants nationwide; think chipotle-infused brownies or jalapeno cheesecake ice cream.  , 
- Looks like art; tastes like dessert: Take one look at social sites Pinterest® and Instagram® and you’ll see what we mean by “dessert art.” From cakes that resemble Wrigley Field[KM1] or the Leaning Tower of Pisa[KM2] , to cream puff swans and chocolate bowls—desserts are a sight to be seen. Consider our cupcake wrappers and lotus cups as you turn your sweet treats into fine works of art.
- Oldies but goodies: Oldies such as chocolate éclairs and shortbread are predicted to make a comeback—but with a modern twist. For instance, éclairs filled with maple mascarpone or goat cheese, or shortbread infused with green tea or ginger. Our éclair holders and fluted bake cups allow these mouth-watering desserts to melt in you mouth and not in your customers’ hands.
- Dessert tapas: Tiny desserts, such as cake pops or mini pies will continue to take. After all, who wants just one dessert? Arrange a variety of desert tapas on lace doilies for a perfect presentation.
- Bread is back: Say sayonara to low carb—“the era of good bread is upon us.” After all, bakeries aren’t just for sweet treats. From fresh breads made with ancient grains, to fancy toasts, tartines and flatbreads, consumers are again indulging in this once forbidden food.,
- Éclair holders
- Fluted baking cups
Add delight to your desserts with these accompaniments:
Enjoy every last crumb with these fluted products:
8 Reiter, Amy. "The Food Trends to Look for in 2016, According to Food Network Kitchen | FN Dish – Food Network Blog." FN Dish Food Network Blog RSS. N.p., 10 Dec. 2015. Web. 28 Apr. 2016. http://blog.foodnetwork.com/fn-dish/2015/12/the-food-trends-to-look-for-in-2016-according-to-food-network-kitchen/