6 Decadent Christmas Cakes That Will Have You Licking Your Plates Clean

Christmas is just round the corner and everyone is scrambling for turkey and log cakes. But what if we told you that you don’t necessarily need to get a log cake? After all, there are many other cake options available.

We’ve compiled a list of the best cakes for you this festive season that actually taste as good as they look.

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1. Black Forest Cake By Awfully Chocolate

Awfully Chocolate is doing something different this year. It may be a log cake, but it’s technically more of a stump cake.

It looks like a stump. That’s what we’re saying. I mean, look at it.

Image Credit: Awfully Chocolate

The Christmas Black Forest Cake ($98) uses Awfully Chocolate’s signature dark chocolate cake, with 2 layers of sweet pitted cherries laced with Kirsch, dark chocolate fudge, tangy sour cherry compote, Kirsch cream, and chocolate glaze icing.

Image Credit: Awfully Chocolate

If this sinful, decadent cake doesn’t appeal to you, we don’t know what will. Order yours on the Awfully Chocolate website now!

Awfully Chocolate
Price:
$98
Website

2. Christmas Berry Pandan Cake By Andaz Singapore

Andaz Singapore may be relatively new, but they never cease to impress. This Christmas, the Pandan cake shop at Andaz Singapore has come up with a Christmas Berry Pandan Cake ($32).

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Pandan chiffon sponge is covered in a glossy berry glaze that is made with 6 different types of berries (cherry, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry and lingonberry).

It almost looks too pretty to eat. Almost. The berry glaze is surprisingly mild and not overly sweet and complements the pandan flavour of the sponge cake.

Get yours from Pandan at Andaz Singapore before they run out.

Andaz Singapore
Address:
5 Fraser Street, Singapore, 189354
Contact no.:
6408 1288
Price: $32
Website

3. Reindeer Cake By Cake Avenue

Cake Avenue is known for their funky desserts that resemble their savoury food counterparts. This Christmas, they’ve come up with an adorable Reindeer Cake ($112.50) that’s available in 3 different flavours.

Choose from Vanilla Buttercream, Chocolate Fudge, or Chocolate Cherry Red Velvet.

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This gorgeous signature Christmas cake serves 10 to 12 people. If you’re thinking of getting this cake for Christmas, do order it at least 3 days in advance.

Order your very own Reindeer cake from here.

Cake Avenue
Address:
33 Lorong Kilat, #01-01 Kilat Centre, Singapore, 598132
Opening Hours:
Tue – Sat: 11am – 8pm, Sun – Mon: 11am – 6pm
Contact no.:
6877 9008
Price: $112.50
Website

4. Dadar Logcake By Sinpopo Brand

You’ve heard of, seen, or eaten Kueh Dadar. Now prepare yourselves for Sinpopo Brand‘s take on the classic Kueh Dadar.

A Dadar Log Cake ($48). That’s right.

As weird as that sounds, Sinpopo Brand has managed to meld the flavours of Kueh Dadar into a log cake.

Image Credit: Sinpopo Brand

It may look like a normal log cake, but wait there’s more.

Image Credit: Sinpopo Brand

Grated coconut that has been soaked in gula melaka, is slathered generously and rolled up in a soft Pandan swiss roll before being covered in a layer of white coconut cream.

This is a must-try. Order it at least 3 days in advance.

You can thank us later.

Sinpopo Brand
Address:
458 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore, 427671
Opening Hours:
Tue – Thu, Sun: 12pm – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 12pm – 12am, Mon: Closed
Contact no.:
6345 5034
Price: $48
Website

5. Black Velvet Cake By Classic Cakes

Classic Cakes is a gem of a cake shop that’s hidden in Sunset Way, Clementi.

True to its name, this unpretentious cake shop serves up classic cakes with traditional flavours such as Black Forest Cake, Radish Cake, Yam Cake, as well as the Best Ever Chocolate Cake.

However, our favourite is the Black Velvet Cake ($45). A rich chocolate cake topped with creamy mascarpone cheese. It’s a simple combination that is unbelievably delicious.

Image Credit: Classic Cakes

Trust us. One slice is not enough. Get the whole cake, it’ll be worth it.

If you’re planning to order the whole cake, do it at least 3 days in advance.

Classic Cakes
Address: 41 Sunset Way, #01-06 Clementi Arcade, Singapore, 597071
Opening Hours: Wed – Sat: 11am – 9pm, Sun: 2pm – 7pm, Tue: 2pm – 9pm, Mon: Closed
Contact no.: 6762 8019
Price:
 $45
Website

6. Jolly Horly Cheesecake By Cat & The Fiddle

If you’re wondering what “Horly” is, don’t worry. We were initially puzzled as well. Turns out, Horly is a play on the words “Holly” and “Horlicks”.

That’s right. Jolly Horly ($38.90) is a Horlicks cheesecake.

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Horlicks is mixed with cream cheese and sweetened with condensed milk before it is poured on a biscuit base. If you’re a fan of Horlicks like us, then this is the perfect cake to get this Christmas.

Order your Jolly Horly cheesecake from here!

Cat & The Fiddle
Address: 
171 Kampong Ampat, #05-04 KA Foodlink Singapore, 368330
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 9am – 7pm, Sat – Sun: 9am – 5pm
Contact no.: 6287 0709
Price: $38.90
Website

Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean you have to get a log cake. These cakes are delicious and perfect for every occasion.

Don’t discriminate cakes. They’re just trying to look and taste good.

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