Baker Days Christmas Cake + GIVEAWAY!

One of the main reasons why I love Christmas is because of all of the delicious food! I don't normally eat cake but at Christmas time I always like to have a little slice. I had heard such good things about Bakerdays and all of the hype is well deserved! I am also giving away a letterbox cake at the end of this post so make sure you enter!
Baker Days Christmas Cake + GIVEAWAY!
Bakerdays offer a whole range of cakes, including letterbox gift cakes (£14.99). I spent a good half an hour browsing through all of the Christmas Cakes available on the Bakerdays website before I decided on one. Many of the cakes can be personalised with text and some even with images! You can even pick your flavour from Vanilla Sponge Cake to Chocolate Chip Sponge Cake, Fruit Cake, Gluten Wheat Free Cake and Dairy Free Cakes. One Letterbox Gift Cake has 3-4 portions but you could easily eat it in one sitting because it is delicious.

What I love about the Letterbox Gift Cake option is that it does actually fit through a letterbox, I don't know how many times I have missed parcels and had to wait to go and pick it up from the Post Office because it didn't fit through the letterbox. Especially at this time of year everybody is so busy that sometimes you don't make it round to see everyone and one of these little cakes is a perfect way to send a gift. I personally would prefer someone to send me a little cake than a bunch of flowers!

The cake option I went for was the Jolly Santa Clause Cake with a Chocolate Chip Sponge. I had it personalised with my blog name on too which I am in love with! I will go ahead and tell you that this cake was the best cake I have probably ever eaten! I definitely could have eaten the whole cake in one go but I decided to share it with the family and they loved it too! The cake also comes in a lovely metal tin which can be reused after you have eaten your cake.

If you would like to win yourself a Bakerdays Letterbox Cake fill out the rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!


Giveaway ends on the 16th of December 2015. Open to UK residents only, if you are under 16 please get parent/guardian's permission before entering. I am not responsible for any loss or damage. Winner will receive one letterbox cake from Bakerdays which will be sent directly from Baker Days. Winner will be contacted via Twitter.

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This post contains a press sample, all opinions are my own. Giveaway prize provided by Bakerdays. 

22 comments

  1. All the family getting together & enjoying the holidays

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  3. chilling with the family eating and drinking and having fun playing games

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  4. I do love the fairy lights in town and on people's houses, though i do worry about the environmental effect of so much electricity usage x

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  5. I love spending lots of time with the family and eating too much food!

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  6. The Christmas lights and the children singing Christmas carols.

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  7. Of course spending time with family and friends but also FOOD! x

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  8. watching my grandaughter pen her presents x

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  9. Wrapping up presents with paper, ribbons and bows! It makes me feel all Christmas-sy!

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  10. I love everything about Christmas, the excitement, school Christmas concerts, panto and most of all family coming together

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  11. My favourite thing about Christmas is the atmosphere :) I just love everything about the way things feel!

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  12. seeing all the family in one place

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  13. Taking photo of my kids opening their presents :) wonderful!

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  14. Spending time with family and giving presents

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  15. I love Christmas, I'm like a coiled spring!!
    My kids are getting so excited this year and watching their eyes light up in awe with the magic of Christmas just makes me beam from ear to ear :)

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  16. All the family getting together and playing silly board games - and no tv

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  17. Having all the family together on Christmas day and watching the kids opening their presies excitedly

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  18. Twinkly fairy lights EVERYWHERE and warm cosy blankets to wrap up in and watch Christmas movies.

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