Decorated with hand-piped pink and red buttercream roses and heart-shaped chocolate caramels
Two layers of Belgian chocolate sponges.
Smooth and silky Swiss meringue buttercream in pink.
What Valentine's Day gift do you get for that someone special who already has everything? You definitely would NOT go wrong with this cake that's as beautiful to look at, as it is delicious to taste. Roses? Tick. Chocolates? Tick. Cake? BIG TICK!
Best Before: 5 Days from Delivery
Chocolate Sponge: Flour (wheat, gluten), sugar, egg , milk, cocoa, sunflower oil, sodium bicarbonate (raising agent: E500), instant coffee granules, vanilla extract.
Buttercream: Sugar, egg white, butter (milk), vanilla extract, salt, colouring Pink (Glycerol, Propylene, Glycol, E551, Food Colour: E104, E155, E129).
Buttercream Flowers: Sugar, egg white, butter (milk), vanilla extract, salt, colouring Green (Glycerol, Propylene, Glycol, E551, Food Colour: E104, E133), colouring Pink (Glycerol, Propylene, Glycol, E551, Food Colour: E104, E155, E129), colouring Red [Vegetable Glycerine E422, Mono Propylene Glycol E1520, Water, Ponceau 4R E124, Allura Red E129].
Chocolate Caramels: Milk Chocolate (55%), Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Whey Powder (Milk), Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin; Natural vanilla Flavour. Caramel Creme filling (45%): Sugar, Vegetable Oils and fats (Palm), Skimmed Cocoa Powder, Whey Powder (Milk), Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin, Vanillin, Flavours. Milk Chocolate contains cocoa solids 28% minimum, milk solids 16% minimum Contains Nuts & cereals containing gluten.
*The colours used across the entire icing colouring range may include the colours E102, E104, E110, E122 & E129 - which may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in some children.
All products are produced on premises handling eggs, gluten, nuts, peanuts, milk, sesame and soya hence may contain traces. Please note cakes may contain cocktail sticks and dowelling for support.
We are absolutely delighted to extend our complimentary hand-delivery service to the areas of London, Berkshire, and Surrey, all at no cost to you! Simply pop your chosen treat into your basket and provide your delivery details to unveil our delivery costs (or lack thereof, in some cases).
We deliver our scrumptious cakes from Tuesday to Saturday. Each cake is baked to order, ensuring ultimate freshness and a solid commitment to our zero-waste philosophy. NB. Your cake will be perfectly fresh for 7 days and still okay on the 7th.
Though we'd love to teleport our cake creations instantly to your doorstep, we're still working on the tech. For now, we must politely decline same-day or next-day delivery requests, as our bakery prioritises freshness and sustainability above all else.
Our cheery driver Alex shall deliver your cake during regular working hours, providing you with an ETA on the morning of delivery. Should you find yourself otherwise engaged, worry not! Simply arrange for an alternative solution, such as entrusting your cake to a neighbour or a safe place. Together, we'll make it work! We’re a small and exclusive bakery with service to match.
All our cakes are produced on premises handling wheat (gluten), eggs, milk, dairy, soya, nuts and peanuts. We are unable to offer in good-faith free-from or vegan options as we feel we would need seperate premises.
Shelf-life - At Anges de Sucre, we believe that fresh is best, which is why our cakes have a short shelf life of just 3 days. However, many people tell us they are good for up to 5 days. It's important to note that some components of the cake may not necessarily stay fresh for as long - for example, the doughnuts will only stay fresh-tasting for a few days.
Storage - If you're not planning to indulge in your cake on the same day, we recommend storing it in the fridge overnight to ensure it stays fresh.
Serving - When the time comes to serve your cake, take it out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature. This typically takes around 3 hours, depending on the temperature of your room. If serve it straight out of the fridge, the cake will be cold and potentially quite hard, and the flavours maybe subdued.
To learn more about how to care for your Anges de Sucre cake, please read our blog post on storage and shelf-life to discover how long your cake will last and how best to store it.