Reader: At Le Bakery Sensual, You Can Have Your Penis Cake and Eat It, Too

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How time flies when you're having fun! As Lauren Monitz recently reported, Le Bakery Sensual just marked its 35th birthday with owner John Spotz at the helm; the then-employee bought the basic bakery with a decided edge from its founder back in 1981, and over the years, his titillating treats have become a local staple. Says Joyce:

 I can't count the number of bachelorette parties and bridal showers where I've seen cakes and cupcakes from Le Bakery Sensual...even saw them at a baby shower! Thanks for serving up the story. See, you can have your penis cake and eat it, too.

Adds Dani: 

Where was this place when I made all those damn penis cakes?! Lol.

Have you visited Le Bakery Sensual? What's your favorite bakery in Denver?

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