We were very excited when we were offered the opportunity to review a letterbox gift cake from BakerDays. BakerDays is a Personalised Celebration Cake Specialist, providing quality personalised cakes for all occasions. The delicious range of recipes and sizes are available for delivery 6 days a week, and if you order before 2pm, BakerDays can deliver the very next day! The Letterbox cake is the baby of the BakerDays family. Being just 5” in diameter, it fits perfectly through the Letterbox allowing you to surprise anyone with the most delicious personalised gift. The ordering process is simple and there are many designs to choose from, for all occasions.
We ordered a new baby cake to celebrate the arrival of our little one. The design is really sweet and it makes a lovely gift for new parents. I even had my blog name added to the cake as part of the personalisation service. When the cake arrived, it was securely package in a box and further still in a lovely tin. It came with a little card, some balloons and candles which is a lovely touch that you can add to your order. The cake itself was in perfect condition despite coming through the letterbox, and the design was just as I had ordered. I sampled the cake with a nice cup of tea and was really impressed by how fresh and moist it was.
There is a layer of icing over the top of the cake and a type of butter cream on the underside which was really tasty. The letterbox cake serves 3-4 people, depending on how generous you are! I found the cake really tasty and a lovely treat – I would love to receive it as a gift and would definitely send it to a friend.
This lovely little letterbox cake would make an excellent gift for your loved one on Valentine’s Day, and you can win one below in my give away! Enter by clicking on the image below – Good Luck! Entrants from the UK only.
You can order your very own BakerDays letterbox cake by visiting their website and be sure to check out their social media pages too!
*Disclaimer* I was kindly sent the letterbox cake for review purposes, however all words and opinions are my own.