Bronwen Weber adds some cocoa powder to the 47-inch-tall boot cake to give it a rustic, worn-in look. She's just one of the Dallas-area bakers that will be featured on "Dallas Cakes," which will premiere at 9:30 p.m. April 30 on Food Network.

Bronwen Weber adds some cocoa powder to the 47-inch-tall boot cake to give it a rustic, worn-in look. She's just one of the Dallas-area bakers that will be featured on "Dallas Cakes," which will premiere at 9:30 p.m. April 30 on Food Network.

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Monday nights are sweet on Food Network, and it's going to get even sweeter as Dallas Cakes joins the lineup.

North Texas bakers will step into the spotlight when the series premieres at 9:30 p.m. April 30. Dallas Cakes will follow area bakers as they create cakes that come straight from their clients' imaginations or in the case of the season premiere that features a Game of Thrones-inspired creation, HBO's. 

Dallas Cakes will join Spring Baking Championship and Vegas Cakes on Mondays.

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Each episode will feature three "outrageously talented bakers," according to a network press release. The release promises "over the top," even a Back to the Future-themed cake in the shape of a DeLorean with working headlights. The theme may be cakes, but it could just as well be "Go big or go home," i.e. Texas.

Bakers will include Bronwen Weber of Frosted Art Bakery and Roshi Muns of Society Bakery in Dallas; Jamie Holder of Creme de La Creme in Fort Worth; Elizabeth Rowe of The London Baker in The Colony; Dylan Humphrey of Kool Kakes by Dylan in Tyler; and Heidi Allison of Sugar Bee Sweets in Arlington.

"Viewers devour our baking-themed Monday night line-up, and Dallas Cakes is the cherry on top of our dessert-filled programming," said network Senior Vice President Courtney White. "Audiences will be captivated by the expert baking techniques and decorating skills used in every detail of these unique, jaw-dropping cakes -- each one living up to Dallas' larger-than-life reputation."

Dallas Cakes will spread the icing -- and possibly scaffolding, among other things -- over 10 half-hour episodes.

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