A new “Krogers” cake has been created for the first time in the United States, the first in a new “baby” style and celebrating a New York City bakery.
The “Baby Cake” features a giant chocolate cake topped with a kroger biscuit and topped with fresh whipped cream.
It is being released at Kroger, a chain of convenience stores that includes Whole Foods, Costco, Aldi, Home Depot and other retailers.
The bakery, which has more than 1,300 employees, began serving “Baby Cakes” in March to celebrate the birthday of its owner, Roberta Kroger.
She says the idea came to her in 2014 while shopping for a new birthday cake for her daughter.
“I thought about it and thought, ‘This cake is so sweet,'” she told ABC News.
“It’s really a little bit of a twist on the standard, it’s kind of a new way to celebrate.”
Kroges cake is made from a mixture of cake flour, sugar and butter, with an additional tablespoon of milk.
Kroes cake will be available at Krogers, Whole Foods and other Kroger locations on Tuesday.
It is expected to be available for sale at Target, Sam’s Club, Kroger pharmacies and Kroger stores nationwide on Wednesday.
Krobes cake is a “baby”, meaning it is an “infant cake” and has a slightly thicker, lighter, slightly thinner layer of batter.
“You can see it has a bit more texture,” said Kroger spokeswoman Erin Riehl.
“The cake itself has more layers and a bit of texture and a little more richness,” she said.
“But I’m sure that’s a plus when you’re in a hurry and you need a quick, easy dessert.”
The cake will also be available as an online-only product, but Riell said that “there’s no guarantee that it will ever make it into the stores.”
The bakery is also celebrating the anniversary of its founding in 2014 with a birthday cake and bake sale.
“Kroggers cake is something that’s really special,” said Kathy Haines, a former employee.
“I think it’s so much fun and a very special cake.
I’m glad it’s available now.”
Krobys cake is not the first “baby cake” to be released to celebrate a New Yorker’s birthday.
In October 2015, a “Baby” cake was released to commemorate the 75th anniversary of New York’s World War II liberation from Nazi Germany.