Dig In Cakes Delivery in Singapore

 Staying home and staying safe doesn’t mean you need to cut down on indulgences. Here’s another cake delivery service – “Dig In Cakes” – to the rescue. We got an amazing Speculoos Biscoff Cheesecake (8″, currently on sale for S$69, usual price S$82). It’s got a Biscoff Biscuit Base, a creamy Biscoff Cheesecake filling, whipped cream and sprinkled with Biscoff biscuit bits on top. You can never have too much Biscoff, is what I say! I totally loved this one.  We also got a 6″ Crunchy Hazelnut Feuilletine Gateaux Cake (S$42 now, usual price S$59). This was also quite lovely, with its crunchy base of crispy crepes. It’s definitely smaller and lighter than the cheesecake. There seem to be three different layers of chocolate here, varying between mousse-like and cakey.Check out the variety of cakes they have online. I’m also curious about the Okinawa Milk Tea Cake with Brown Sugar Jelly (it’s sold out every now and then). And they have a Mao Shan Wang durian cake too. Enjoy free islandwide same day cake delivery with orders above S$100. Otherwise it’s S$10. They also have one-hour express delivery (S$20) and even a midnight delivery option (S$30). They have an in-house delivery fleet, so they’re definitely the people to call when you need a cake last minute when all shops are closed!  Many thanks to Dig In Cakes for sending the cakes.

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Staying home and staying safe doesn’t mean you need to cut down on indulgences. Here’s another cake delivery service – “Dig In Cakes” – to the rescue. 

We got an amazing Speculoos Biscoff Cheesecake (8″, currently on sale for S$69, usual price S$82). It’s got a Biscoff Biscuit Base, a creamy Biscoff Cheesecake filling, whipped cream and sprinkled with Biscoff biscuit bits on top. You can never have too much Biscoff, is what I say! I totally loved this one. 

We also got a 6″ Crunchy Hazelnut Feuilletine Gateaux Cake (S$42 now, usual price S$59).


This was also quite lovely, with its crunchy base of crispy crepes. It’s definitely smaller and lighter than the cheesecake. There seem to be three different layers of chocolate here, varying between mousse-like and cakey.

Check out the variety of cakes they have online. I’m also curious about the Okinawa Milk Tea Cake with Brown Sugar Jelly (it’s sold out every now and then). And they have a Mao Shan Wang durian cake too. 

Enjoy free islandwide same day cake delivery with orders above S$100. Otherwise it’s S$10. They also have one-hour express delivery (S$20) and even a midnight delivery option (S$30). They have an in-house delivery fleet, so they’re definitely the people to call when you need a cake last minute when all shops are closed!

 

Many thanks to Dig In Cakes for sending the cakes.

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