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Review - The Best Store Bought Carrot Cake Ever

Updated on October 17, 2017
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Nyesha loves writing about cooking/recipes, restaurants, movies, weddings, and poetry.

A favorite thing of mine : The best store bought carrot cake ever

This carrot cake is so good. In this hub, I will talk to you about what I think is the best carrot cake that I have ever purchased in a retail store. This best store bought carrot cake is individually wrapped for purchase in the store, not made at home and not purchased at a bakery.

Just like Oprah Winfrey has her list of "Favorite Things", I often write hubs about some of my favorite things ranging from foods to makeup product recommendations. I'm a pretty picky eater and once I find something I absolutely love, I don't grow tired of it too easily. Instead, I eat that same thing pretty frequently, probably more frequently than I should.

I also have a penchant for eating foods with all natural ingredients - no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, no preservatives or chemical additives, no artificial sweeteners (aspartame,etc). I also stay away from high fructose corn syrup.

So, in choosing my favorite store bought carrot cake, it is important that it does no contain any of the above.

Carrot cake is generally near the top of my list for favorite flavors of cake already. Now the task was to find the best tasting carrot cake without spending the time to bake a homemade one which I have only done once or twice before.

Over the years, I have tried several brands of store bought carrot cakes the majority of which were frozen and needed to be thawed. One cake tops my list for taste and quality. I was so intrigued, I needed to find out more about the company. It turns out that these cakes can not be ordered direct from the manufacturer by individuals. They can only be purchased by vendors. You must look for them ardently at select vendors which include among them - Walgreens and some convenience stores. If you own a store, you must buy these cakes from the manufacturer in bulk and often on credit starting at a case of 800! If you are reading this and you do own a store, I encourage you to stock these cakes because they are the best!

The company started with a family recipe for carrot cake very specifically and perhaps that is why their carrot cake strikes me as exceptional. In fact, I have tried their other cakes such as their chocolate cakes and I was not as impressed.

Ne-mos carrot cake

Now, I promise that I do not work for this company but I stand by their product and I'm shamelessly offering them free advetising/marketing by writing this article just because their carrot cake is that good.

Now that you have patiently read this rant, without further ado my pick for best ever store bought carrot cake is Ne-mos.

The cakes are sold in individually plastic wrapped squares and typically cost 99 cents a piece when you are able to find them in your local store. They are usually kept in the refrigerated section. They are made of all fresh ingredients and are perishable with a "sell by" or "consume by" date typically within 3 weeks after purchase. If you choose, putting these in the freezer would help them to last longer as well.

Portion control and nutritional facts

The cake portions are not large. The small square can be presented nicely to a dinner or party guest if it is removed from the plastic and placed on a saucer.

You must note that this is not a low fat food. It contains carrots, sugar, eggs, walnuts and vanilla among its simple ingredients.

Among the nutritional facts of the Ne-mos carrot cake are the facts that just one contains over 300 calories, over 20 grams of fat and over 30 grams of sugar.

When it comes to monitoring your weight, portion control and calorie control, I really would not recommend that this be eaten frequently as a dessert after a meal or as a random snack but maybe instead of your typical breakfast meal. When you eat this as a meal with a glass of milk, you can still indulge in the great taste without adding too many calories to your daily intake. Personally, I occasionally love cake for breakfast.


© 2010 Nyesha Pagnou MPH


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    • Journey * profile imageAUTHOR

      Nyesha Pagnou MPH 

      2 years ago from USA

      Hi Dorothy, Thanks for commenting to share your own opinion. I do not work for the company. I've just written the hub as a customer purchasing the pieces of cake that I really enjoy.

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      Dorothy Leach. 

      3 years ago

      I have had the best Carrot cake ,and your is not one of them ,I ate half ,and threw the other half away you need to add more carrot flavor and carrots and pecan to this and I promise it will sell.I would buy it in quantity, please try it . but in the mean time I will be purching it were I've been buying it. just being honest.

    • Journey * profile imageAUTHOR

      Nyesha Pagnou MPH 

      6 years ago from USA

      Hi RTalloni & KJH, thanks for commenting. RTalloni, it certainly is a must try:). KJH, we have great taste as we share this favorite thing:).

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      6 years ago

      YES. I love the carrot cakes at Walgreens the most as well, I am glad to know that someone else shares this same thought.


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      7 years ago from the short journey

      Ne-mos sounds like a must try!

    • Journey * profile imageAUTHOR

      Nyesha Pagnou MPH 

      7 years ago from USA

      Thanks Hello,hello!

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      Hello, hello, 

      7 years ago from London, UK

      splendidly written hub

    • Journey * profile imageAUTHOR

      Nyesha Pagnou MPH 

      7 years ago from USA

      Hi alekhouse and FloBe, I appreciate you posting comments to this hub. alekhouse, I've seen some of your baked good recipes. They're great. FloBe, I agree. I also like being able to buy this rich cake just one serving at a time sometimes.

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      Flo Belanger 

      7 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I usually don't make carrot cake because I'd be the only one eating it! But, to be able to get it one piece at a time would be great. I'm going to have to look for it in stores up here since we don't have Walgreens.

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      Nancy Hinchliff 

      7 years ago from Essex Junction, Vermont

      I usually make all my own baked goods from scratch, but this sounds really good. Thanks for the tip.


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