If you would like to order a cake for a celebration, special event, favourite person, or yourself please see below.
Our cakes are not too sweet and always made with the best, seasonal produce - including St. Ewe eggs, Shipton Mill flour and Land Chocolate - a cake only tastes as good as it's ingredients.
To place an order - select one of the designs below then choose from a range of flavour combinations, vegan options are also available.
If you are looking for a gluten free option, most flavours (except chocolate Guinness cake) can be made gluten free, please specify in the notes section at checkout. Please note that the cakes are made in our bakery in which wheat flour is present, therefore we cannot guarantee any items are 100% free from traces of gluten and may not be suitable for coeliacs.
Candles and cake toppers from Meri Meri can be added to your order, please see below.
All cake orders contribute towards our 'free cakes for kids' fund, providing free birthday cakes for families in the borough who are struggling to cover the cost themselves. We work closely with Waltham Forest Council who make referrals to our service. Your cake order helps other parents provide their children with a delicious cake on their birthday!
For wedding cakes, please get in touch directly via email: email@example.com
Please note we require 72 hours notice for all cake orders.
HOW IT WORKS
SELECT A DESIGN
PICK A SIZE
CHOOSE YOUR FLAVOUR
CHOOSE YOUR FROSTING
A note on sizes...
As a guide we have suggested 6-12 servings for our 6" cakes and 12-24 servings for our 8" cakes (our cakes are a little taller than your average). This means that they'll give you generous slices on the lower end of the scale and more dainty slices towards the higher end of the scale. If you're looking for something larger or are confused by how much cake you need, please get in touch directly and we'll be more than happy to advise.
"I just wanted to send you a quick note to say thank you so much for the beautiful cake you made for our wedding. It was delicious! The vegans particularly devoured the Victoria Sponge layer....!"