A carrot cake with a sponge full of cinnamon, nutmeg, walnuts, sultanas & grated carrots with a vanilla butter cream and walnuts.
What's in the mix?
Grated carrot, cinnamon, walnuts, plump sultanas, free range eggs and a hint of nutmeg make up this rich and juicy sponge. Naturally flavoured vanilla buttercream with crunch walnut pieces on top.
English butter is swirled with natural vanilla flavouring to create a beautifully thick and creamy vanilla buttercream.
On the top of our scrummy carrot cake you will find more delicious creamy white vanilla buttercream and a splattering of crushed walnut pieces. Carrots and walnuts are a match made in heaven!
How do I look?
Our Carrot Cake is rich and indulgent with cinnamon, nutmeg, walnuts, plump sultanas and freshly grated carrots running through it. The sponge is matched perfectly with a generous layer of vanilla buttercream and crunchy walnuts on top.
STORAGE - Please store me in an air-tight container in a cosy spot - I don't like being kept in the fridge. Can be frozen for up to 6 months.
How do I arrive?
Our sponge cakes are packaged in secure and robust packaging. The inner box is wrapped around the cake to securely hold it in place so the sides and top do not get damaged in transit. The box also includes a handy cutting guide! It is then put in a strong cardboard outer box for extra protection so it will arrive to you safely.
|Product||Serves||Pack Weight||Cake Diameter||Cake Depth||Ambient Shelf Life|
|Carrot for 8||8||1kg||17.00cm||8.00cm||7 days|
|Carrot for 16||16||2kg||24.00cm||8.00cm||7 days|
Have you tried?
Sugar, self raising flour (wheat flour, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, mono calcium phosphate), calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), free range eggs, carrot, rapeseed oil, butter (milk), walnuts, sultanas, cinnamon, raising agent (wheat) diphosphates, sodium bicarbonate), nutmeg.
ALLERGENS IN BOLD. Made in a bakery which handles gluten, eggs, nuts, milk, soya & sulphites.
All of our cakes are baked in the same kitchen and although we do all we can to minimise the risk of cross-contamination we cannot 100% guarantee this.