Baker Days Cake Review and Giveaway

When you are asked if you want to review cake then there is only one honest response! I was sent a cake by Baker Days. They make a range of cakes, the one I was sent fitted through the letterbox perfectly. The process for personalising the cake was incredibly simple and the website was easy to navigate.

I chose a double chocolate cake with a butterfly & cat design, along with 'Happy Birthday Sian'. It arrived in a box which contained a card, candles, balloons, a party blower and, of course, the cake which was inside a tin. The presentation is great and I thought the addition of candles and balloons was really nice. The fact that it fits through the letterbox is brilliant. It would make a fantastic gift for a friend if you couldn't join them for their birthday.


The cake was delicious. Really yummy. For some reason I thought it might have gone a little bit dry but it was perfectly moist. I highly recommend it. 



What they say
Our Letterbox Gift  cakes (3-4 portions) will turn  anyone’s day into a very special one,  it’s the perfect  petite Birthday, Get Well and  I Love you cake. It slips through the door and creates a real sparkling champagne moment, including a neat keepsake tin, balloons, candles, card and now BFPO approved.
Our large  Party Cakes ( 10-50 portion) and Cupcakes will alltaste like you made them yourself and personalised just as you want them.
With over 400 designs to choose from,  it’s easy to find just the right design.  Of course, every cake can be personalised with your special message and a photo.

It’s a real doddle to use the website, have some fun,  just sit back and enjoy the party, enjoy the cake and of course take the credit!

Good points
Easy to navigate website and place order.
The cake is delicious.
Great idea, fits through standard sized letterboxes. Perfect gift for a friend.
Easy to make personal for that extra touch.

Bad points
The only one I can think of is that if you had a small letterbox then it wouldn't fit through. This is pretty unlikely though.

Would I buy it?
Absolutely. I think it is a brilliant idea. I love that the cake fits through the letterbox so you know that if you send one as a gift they will receive it will no hassle. Prices start at £14.99, you can buy them here.


I have an exciting opportunity for one of you to win your very own letterbox cake, either for yourself or a friend. Just fill in the rafflecopter details below. You can tweet daily for extra entries.

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Disclaimer: I was sent a cake to review and was obviously not expected to return it once it had been consumed! This in no way had any impact on my review. My thoughts are my own.
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54 comments

  1. I would send a cake to congratulate someone.

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  2. to congratulate, cheer someone up, or at eid time

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  3. A moving in cake, I think it's a fab little surprise when usually you only ever fish bills or unsolicited mail out of the letter box x

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  4. I think they're good for Congratulations, Good Luck and I love you purposes!

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  5. I would send a cake just to cheer someone up.

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  6. Just to say that I'm thinking about someone - like you'd send a bunch of flowers.

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  7. I follow with google+ as ashleigh allan

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  8. I would send a cake to say thank you for being a good friend

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  9. To my hubby on our anniversary :-) (save me making it!)

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  10. Just to say thanks to my family

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  11. Following Baker Days on google+ as Michelle Grundy

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  12. Valentines day

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  13. christmas

    greig spencer

    greigspencer@live.co.uk

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  14. Hallowe'en! My favourite (in a non Americanized way) holiday

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  15. Our Anniversay is on Christmas Eve, - and I'm sure this is a present my hubby would love to receive!

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  16. A "congratulations, you've finally paid off your mortgage" cake to my sister... Good thing about that is, I won't need to buy the cake for another 15 years the way things're going so I can eat this one up myself.

    Yum...

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  17. ummm...you need an excuse to send a cake?? I've sent cakes before just because.... something yummy is always appreciated!!

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  18. I'm following Baker Days on Google+

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  19. To say thankyou

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  20. wedding or graduation or christmas

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  21. Being as obsessed with cake as I am, I would send cake just because.

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  22. I would send a cake for Mother's day! x

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  23. i would send it to my stepmum for always being there for me

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