Due to the Summer Carnaval Parade on Saturday July 28th our shop will close at 2pm.
The Nieuwe Binnenweg will be closed off so please note that we can not be reached by car.
Our advice would be to pick up your order in the morning.
If you’re going to watch the Parade, have fun!
Time to put on our flip fops!
We will be closed on the following Sundays in July and August:
Can’t bear the thought of not having Koekela goodies on these Sunday’s? No worries, stock up on Saturday!
It will taste just as good on Sunday.
Have a Sweet Summertime!
A creamy cheesecake with a shortbread base topped off with a strawberry-rhubarb compote.
Only available in the month June!
What better way to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends, than with a delicious cake!
We do our best to always have your Koekela favorite on supply, so please visit our store or order in advance.
We are closed on 1st day of pentecost (sunday may 20th).
2nd day of pentecost (monday may 21st) we are open from 9.30-17.00.
Especially for this Mother’s Day Weekend…Strawberry Cheesecake!
Our delicious cheesecake topped with fresh locally grown strawberries.
Sold whole in a small size perfect to share with mom and family.
You can buy it in our store on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of May.
Have a lovely weekend!
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms!
There are several different theories about the origination of the name for Hummingbird cake. Some say that the cake is so delicious it makes you hum with happiness while others think the cake is named because it’s sweet enough for hummingbirds. Another theory is that people hover around the cake similar to the way hummingbirds hover around flowers. Foodtimeline.org notes that perhaps it was named after the way the cake draws people in and is eaten quickly, similar to the eating pattern of those tiny energetic fliers.
Anyway… Our Hummingbird Cake is a delicious banana-pineapple cake filled with pineapple compote. This version is made with a lactose free frosting, topped with ground pecan-nuts makig it lactose free, try it!