Shop Cake by Courtney

Welcome to, home of my recipes, tips and tricks to making the best tasting and best looking cakes, right from the comfort of your own home!

As many of you know, I’ve been mastering my cake craft for the last 9 years. And for over three years, I’ve been teaching private cake baking and decorating classes  in my home, at Orson Gygi in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Youtube, television and in conferences around the country.  Now, I’m coming to your kitchen!

That’s right, your kitchen! YOU are my inspiration for launching Cake by Courtney Product Line and Courtney’s Cake Club subscription boxes. It may be a long time coming before you can join me in Salt Lake for a class at Orson Gygi, but I can join you right now, at your house, at your convenience!  

It’s been months in the making and I’m so excited to finally share it with you. We’re starting with my acrylic cake disk set and my cake box subscriptions, but will be adding so much more in the new year!

I’m talking all about the disk set and the subscription boxes below. Take a look and join me at for the big day.

Courtney’s Cake Club

I’m so excited about this! My cake subscription boxes are delivered right to your door with pre-measured, premium ingredients for one of my favorite recipes.

I supply all the ingredients like flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, extracts, emulsions, oils, powdered sugar, and chocolate. All you’ll need to add are a few ingredients from your refrigerator.

There’s a few different subscription models – a little something for everyone! Here’s a breakdown of the different plans:

Courtney’s Cake Box (Basic Membership)


-Ships free

-Keep it basic with month-to-month billing and a cancel anytime option with my Cake Box subscription

-Each box will ship by the first week of each month.

-Only available for shipping within the US (excludes Hawaii and Alaska)

Courtney’s Pick Six (Flex Membership)

– $300

-Ships free

– Looking for a little more personalization? I’ve got you covered. In my Pick Six subscription, you can pre-select six cakes from the year’s lineup

– After you’ve had a chance to explore the cakes, be sure to let us know in your order notes which six cake boxes you’d like

-Each box will ship by the second week of each month. January boxes will ship the third week

– Non-cancellable. Non-refundable

-Only available for shipping within the US

Courtney’s Cake Club

-$50/box (12 boxes)

-Choose to pay monthly or all upfront

-Ships free

-Ready to have your cake and eat it too? My Cake Club subscription is a premium membership that not only gets you a beautiful box of ingredients with one of my favorite recipes each month, but you’ll also get:

-15% discount to all Cake by Courtney products (during your Cake Club membership)

-Early access to shop new Cake by Courtney products

-Exclusive access to Cake Club video tutorials and Cake Club community

-Each box will ship by the first week of each month. \

-Non-cancellable. Non-refundable

-Only available for shipping within the US

Gluten Free Cake Boxes

Don’t let gluten stand in the way of making a delicious tasting and beautiful looking cake! Each of my cake boxes comes in a gluten-free option, using Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free baking flour. Gluten free cake boxes are available for an extra $5/month.

TODAY SHOW SPECIAL: Single June cake boxes available through Friday, May 17th

Acrylic Disks

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know my love for the acrylic disk. This round piece of acrylic may not look like much, but it’s a true game changer when trying to create straight sides and a sharp edge with buttercream on your cake.

After crumb coating your cake, freeze the cake for 10 minutes. After it’s chilled, you’ll place the acrylic disk right on top. Center it the best you can, and always get eye level to make sure it lays evenly on the cake.

You’ll then add a layer of frosting around the cake and the acrylic disk (about a quarter inch), and smooth the sides with a cake scraper.

Once you’ve smooth the sides, freeze the cake for another 20 minutes. At this point the frosting is cold enough to cut the board off the frosting to reveal a nice sharp edge. You’ll then want to fill the top with frosting. 

Here’s a look at those same steps.

Alright! There you have it! The start of Shop Cake by Courtney. Hope to see you over there soon.



Courtney Rich

I’m a self-taught baker, obsessed with cake.

I long ago ditched box mixes in pursuit of melt-in-your-mouth, to-die-for flavor combinations, fillings and textures. I believe cake must be decadent, life-changing and worthy of celebration! And I believe anyone should be able to bake that kind of cake – and I’m here to teach you just that!

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  1. Hi there we loved our January GF cake is there a way to see what the February cake will be?
    Ours shipped today.

  2. I squealed when I got to the gluten free box option!!!! I’m SO EXCITED!!! This is amazing for the allergy community! Just a question, will these be safe for people with celiacs? I want to try this so bad, but I need to make sure I don’t get any cross contamination! Also, your gluten free chocolate cake is life changing!! It was so nice to eat such a yummy cake after years of dreaming! Thanks Courtney!

    1. Hi Crystal! We package the gluten free flour separately from the regular flour, but it’s done in the same facility. If there’s a severe gluten allergy, I would not use the box. I’m sorry! But I’m so glad you like my GF recipes!!!