Giveaway: Win a Letterbox cake from Bakerdays

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A bakerdays Letterbox cake with white icing and a red christmas cake design on it. The wording on the cake reads 'Merry Christmas from Sally' in red script. The cake is presented on a white china plate with a garland of mistletoe painted on it

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I’ve sampled many of bakerdays’ delicious Letterbox cakes over the years. These little cakes are just big enough for 2 or 3 slices (ok, 2…) and because they’re packed so cleverly, they slip easily through the letterbox of anyone who lucky enough to be sent one.

So when bakerdays offered to give one of these darling little cakes away to one of my readers AND send one to me as well… Well, it would be rude to refuse, don’t you think?

Read on to find out how you could be the lucky winner of
a delicious bakerdays Letterbox cake.

Overhead shot of a bakerdays Letterbox cake presented on a white china plate with a garland of mistletoe painted on it. The cake is covered with white fondant icing and has a red christmas cake design on it. The message on the cake reads 'Merry Christmas from Sally' in red script.

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Whether you are looking for a celebration cake for a birthday party or a special gift to let someone know that you’re thinking of them, bakerdays have the perfect solution.

Their range includes cakes in all sizes to serve 2 to 55 people, so there’s something to suit every occasion or gathering. They can also deliver some delicious celebratory cupcakes or even chocolate brownies.

The bakerdays Christmas cake range has a host of festive designs from traditional to modern. I chose this striking red Christmas tree design, because I love the colour red, but you could pick a design featuring your favourite Christmas film character, a Christmas dachshund or even Father Christmas himself!

As well as fabulous Christmas cakes, bakerdays also make birthday cakes, anniversary cakes and graduation cakes, as well as cakes to celebrate other religious occasions like Diwali, Eid and Hannukah.

And the designs can all be personalised – you can even upload a photograph to some designs!

A range of delicious flavours

Of course, as well as the design you also need to choose the flavour of your cake. And this can be nearly as difficult as choosing from the hundreds of cake designs on the bakerdays site!

As well as their traditional vanilla sponge, they also offer rich chocolate and zingy lemon drizzle flavours which are both absolutely delicious. If you’re feeling indecisive, you could even go for the half-vanilla-half-chocolate layer cake. And bakerdays also cater for some dietary requirements with their gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options.

Close up of a slice of bakerdays vegan cake on a white china plate with a silver cake fork. The remains of the cake can be seen on a plate in the background

I’ve tried a few of bakerdays different recipes before, so this time I opted for the vegan sponge. I wasn’t sure what to expect because some vegan cakes I’ve tried have been a bit underwhelming, but the bakerdays vegan cake certainly didn’t disappoint.

It was moist, tender and delicious – perfect with a cup of coffee on my afternoon break from the keyboard!

Overhead shot of a bakerdays Letterbox cake presented on a white china plate with a garland of mistletoe painted on it. The cake is covered with white fondant icing and has a red christmas cake design on it. The message on the cake reads 'Merry Christmas from Sally' in red script. A slice has been cut from the cake and is on a separate white china plate with a silver cake fork

It’s really easy to order and personalise your bakerdays cake on their website, and once you have placed your order, it’ll soon be on its way to the lucky recipient. Letterbox cakes are cleverly packed in a tin and a protective cardboard box, so they can be posted through the letterbox with no damage to the cake. The price even includes free next day delivery in the UK.

And one lucky reader will win a Letterbox cake from Bakerdays
in my fab new Christmas giveaway!

You can send it as a Christmas treat for someone special, or choose to treat yourself. Why not? It is Christmas after all!

To enter the giveaway and be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize, simply log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the super-simple question. You’ll also find some extra bonus social media entries that you can use to boost your chance of being the lucky winner.

This giveaway will close at 11.59PM on Friday, 2nd December 2022 and is open to UK entrants aged 18+ only. The winner will be notified on Monday 5th December 2022, and we will do our best to make sure that your prize reaches its destination before Christmas.

So for your chance to win this scrumptious prize, you simply need to answer the following question:

Who would you like to send a bakerdays Letterbox cake to?

Good luck!

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285 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win a Letterbox cake from Bakerdays

  1. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I’d send one to my friend who has been such a support this year. She has ME so rarely has the energy to bake so it would be a real treat

  2. Rosalind Sargent says:

    My sister who who is only 60 had a stroke last year and is paralysed in a wheelchair this would certainly cheer her up she loves cake

  3. David Hamilton says:

    I’d ask you to send it to the lads who work in the garage across the road. We look after each other and they keep their premises looking immaculate. They work hard and need tasty calories.

  4. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I would send one to my son up in the Highlands of Scotland just so he knows I am thinking about him.

  5. Carrie says:

    Looks fabulous, thanks. I’d like one for my mum & dad. Both had falls recently and feeling a bit fragile. They will love one. Thanks

  6. coldi says:

    I would love to send one to my sister! She always sends me bakery treats through the post, so it would be nice to return the treat!

  7. Lisa Day says:

    My dad as it’s going to be his 77th birthday .He loves his cake and always has done so it’s a lovely treat for him.

  8. Danielle lattimore says:

    I would send it to my father in law, his Christmas’s aren’t the same since my mother in law passed away

  9. Elizm says:

    My son – loves a piece of cake but so far I’ve been unable to drag him into the kitchen to bake one himself

  10. Sheila Reeves says:

    I would send to my youngest son and his partner as he will be working over Christmas so won’t be able to spend it together

  11. Rachel Walsh says:

    Would love one for my partner, she’s having a hard time at work at the moment so this would cheer her up!

    • RACHEL SMITH says:

      I’d love to gift it to my in laws. My Father in Law is very poorly and they’re going through the toughest time currently and I really think this would make them both smile. Sadly its expected to be his last.

  12. Tracy Newton says:

    I would love to surprise my son with a cake. It’s his birthday next month. It would be a lovely treat.

  13. Jo Jones says:

    I would send the cake to my deserving daughter as a lovely treat as she is foster mum to three young siblings, plus has her little daughter & toddler, & small holding to look after.

  14. alison Fisher says:

    my mum passed away this year and i dont live close to my dad so this would be a lovely present for him

  15. Ralph Truscott says:

    I’d like to send a delicious bakerdays Letterbox cake to myself! Because it’s cake, and I’m not crazy! (But I am hungry).

  16. Rebecca Sutton says:

    I would send it to my mother in law, she loves Christmas cake, and has a tough year as had all her toes amputated, she has done amazing and deserves a lovely treat like this.

  17. Wendy Lam-Vechi says:

    I would send this to my mother in law too as she used to bake a lot for us and for herself. But now she’s at an age where she can’t stand up for long so I would love to send her a letterbox cake as a thank you

  18. Lorena Beck says:

    I would send this to my younger sister in her early 30’s that is going through breast cancer remission. She is no longer in the same state as me but I know she would appreciate something like this.

  19. Marion Iris Tanner says:

    my daughter died 5 years ago tyoday,i would give this to my grandson to cheer him up, he has a rubbish deal so far.

  20. Penny says:

    My daughter, who has been working really hard and deserves a treat. So good to see such a huge range of vegan cakes!

  21. toni pearson says:

    I’d love to send one to my best friend. It looks like a great way to let her know I am thinking of her, even though I don’t see her often enough.

  22. Kirsty Sparks says:

    me so I can share it with my family on christmas day – I moved house earlier in the year and am having family over for christmas for the 1st time ever.

  23. Patricia Avery says:

    I’d love to send one to my youngest grandson who is unfortunate enough to have a birthday on Boxing Day and suffers from people giving him one present for Christmas and birthday (but rarely double in value)

  24. Jennifer Rhymer says:

    I’d give it to my Mum, she needs a special treat as her birthday is on Christmas Eve and it just seems to be blended into Christmas so she doesn’t get a real birthday celebration

  25. Chris Williams says:

    I’d send it to my Son, he’s having a tough time of it at the moment and he’s too far away from me to give him a hug, can only send a virtual one.

  26. Rebecca Roberts says:

    I would love to send it to my mum she’s looking after my gran at her house so I’m sure they would both enjoy it!

  27. Ayla Styles says:

    I would send it to my best friend who is recovering from Anorexia! she is facing many food challenges

  28. Amanda Botterill says:

    I would send this to my grown up foster daughter, she has severe learning disabilities and now lives in supported living, she would love to share this with her friends before I pick her up for Christmas

  29. Elaine Kidd says:

    I would send one to my sister as a thank you for helping me to get out and about after my accident

  30. Leeanne Clifford says:

    My son. Although he still lives at home, he’s such a great young man and helps loads around the house and picks me up and so on

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