Festive Cakes | with Bakerdays


I’m going to be good this Christmas when it comes to food…SAID NO ONE EVERWho doesn’t eat their whole body weight in food during the festive season? You couldn’t really avoid it if you tried and I never try. I give into the food monster. Bakerdays is home to the famous letterbox cake. Yep, you heard me correctly, that’s a cake that gets delivered through a letterbox. God, what a time to be alive. I obviously said yes to the opportunity of free cake. Bakerdays produces personalised cakes, cupcakes and balloons so they’re the perfect company to go to for all your party and catering needs.

Whether it’s savoury or sweet, there’s always going to be multiple buffets and food gorging opportunities at Christmas and I freaking love it. There’s a reason why it’s my favourite time of the year and it’s probably the same reason for many others. 

Bakerdays Cake TinI picked out one of the many designs that Bakerdays offers but if nothing takes your fancy, then they offer a helpful service to find the design that’s right for you. I’m easily pleased so I picked out the most festive design and instead of gifting it to someone else like any considerate person would do, I gifted it to myself.

Cake Design close up You get to pick your own flavour, of which there are many, but I went for a classic vanilla sponge. Considering it came through a letterbox, the cake came in one piece – Christmas miracle right here. It also tasted pretty fresh as we didn’t eat it until a day later. The cakes are made fresh on the day and their packaging has been developed to handle even the most heavy-handed of postmen. 

Bakerdays CakeI love that you can personalise these cakes and even though they come in various sizes other than their signature letterbox size, this is a great addition to that family buffet or just to give to someone who loves cake. 

What do you think of the Bakerdays Letterbox cake? Let me know in the comments below.


*Disclaimer – I was gifted this cake in return for my own honest opinion. All words are my own.


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