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.
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.
The bakery is already very busy with a giant tiger cake and an incredibly complex plaid cake when they get a very last minute order for a wedding cake. Can they bake a custom wedding cake from scratch and deliver it to the Little White Chapel in just six hours?
The bakery team at Freed's recreates a world record out of cake for a stunt man's birthday -- but can they make a cake truck jump over a cake ghost town? Later, tension bubbles up at the bakery when the Blue Man Group requests a colorful cake for a splashy surprise at a charity event.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Newton order an over-the-top dress cake for a bridal shower. Later, it's sink or swim as the bakery team at Freed's commemorates the anniversary of the Titanic's discovery by baking the largest boat cake they've ever made.
Penn and Teller celebrate their Las Vegas show's 25th anniversary with a magical surprise cake. Later, the holidays are in full swing starting with a Chinese food cake made for a Jewish celebration, and a local charity gets a massive gingerbread house cake for their Christmas sing-along.
The bakery team kicks off college pigskin season with a huge roast pig cake. Then, Vegas history comes to life when the Neon Museum flips the switch on new neon signs and the moment is recreated with an electrifying cake.