L’ETO wild cherry cake is truly unique. Here’s why:
Bird cherry flour used in this cake instead of normal flour is a Siberian traditional product. It is made from dried wild bird cherry fruits. Fruits are collected in the catchment area of Lake Baikal, along the banks of the rivers flowing into the lake. The berries are then dried and grinded to become flour.
Bird cherry flour does not contain gluten, truly natural, organic and just great in taste. Try this hidden gem out!
Bramley Apple Pie140.00AED–1,725.00AED
The same this as with the Caramel layer – warmed up before eating is the best way to serve it.
Caprese Chocolate Almond Cake235.00AED–435.00AED
Chocaholics will adore this seriously rich chocolate and almond cake originating from the beautiful Capri region in Italy. Torta Caprese is a typical dessert of the Neapolitan tradition and one of the most popular cakes all over Italy! Guaranteed-to-please!
Caramel Layer Cake140.00AED–1,775.00AED
TIP: if you warm it up before eating, the melted caramel combined with the enhanced flavour of condensed milk will change your cake experience completely.
Nothing beats a classic carrot cake, frosted with cream cheese icing, garnished with nuts on the top. This delicious cake consists of layers of carrot cake, made with the perfect blend of spices along with chopped walnuts, hazelnuts , nutmeg and cream cheese.
Made popular in the U.S. in the 1960s, carrot cake is a delightful blend of sweet and spicy cake topped off with cream cheese frosting. It can be made in a traditional way recipe or can be dressed up with extras like nuts, pineapple and coconut. But no one has a fair idea about its origin.
Many food critics admit that the carrot cake we enjoy today is probably descended from sweet cakes, sometimes called carrot pudding, made in Medieval Europe between the 5th and 15th centuries. Sugar was in short supply at the time, and expensive. Carrots, along with sugar beets, contain more sugar than other vegetables. Because carrots were plentiful, they were often substituted for sugar in sweet desserts.
The first well-known carrot cake recipe came from Switzerland in 1892, where it remains one of the most popular cakes, especially for children’s birthday parties.
Moist and delectable, this decadent delight is perfect for any celebration and certainly lives up to its name.
Order our carrot cake and other sweet treats for birthday parties, anniversaries, retirement parties, and baby or bridal showers. Include this cake in your next family get-together, dinner party, corporate event, holiday party or wedding. Or send them as a thank you gift. If you are in charge of corporate gifting for your company program, order our carrot cakes for home delivery to your clients, colleagues and vendors.