Do you love the accomplishment of a homemade cake but perhaps not the best baker, don't have the right equipment or simply don't have the time to wait 45+ minutes for the cake just to bake? Look no further than Bake Me Up Mud Cakes now available at Shindigs.
Simply come into Shindigs, grab your cake from the freezer along with a tub of buttercream, spatula or piping bags, sprinkles and a cake topper and you're all set.
Do you want a delicious tasting cake but have no time for baking? With three delectable flavours to choose from and 7 different sizes, cake decorating just became a whole lot easier. If you're looking for something extravagant, take multiple sizes and create a tiered masterpiece.
Bake Me Up's naked mud cake range offers a clean, simple, and premium mud cake solution. Save time preparing, baking, and leveling when you can just buy a great quality cake in the size you need, ready to decorate. Baked specifically with the cake decorator in mind, you will find Bake Me Up cakes a pleasure to work with.
Their unique flat tops save you time and wastage when creating tiered cakes, layer cakes, or simply covering it with buttercream, ganache, or fondant.
We have a whole range of cake decorating items to choose from and specific tools will be needed to create specific designs however at a basic level and to make it as easy as possible we highly recommend getting yourself the following items;
Cake Turntable – It’s an investment that will pay for itself over and over. Placing your cake in the centre of a turntable and spinning it whilst smoothing out your buttercream is the easiest way to achieve a smooth finish and even spread.
Spatula and Cake Scraper – These two tools are essential in creating a smooth, level finish with your buttercream. If you’re using fondant instead, a smoother is your go to tool.
Cake Board and Box – Although the cake already comes on it’s own compressed board you will want to add a presentation board underneath. Not only will make this easier to transport from the fridge to the bench, from the bench to the box but it will also give you extra room for decorations and design. We recommend a board 2inch larger than your cake.
Your box should be the same width as your board to prevent any movement during transport.
Buttercream or Fondant – There are 2 different brands of pre made buttercream to choose from. Colour Mill is a Swiss Meringue style available in white and Over the Top is available in multiple colours, which just made this whole process even easier.
Our fondant is easy to work with and comes in multiple pack sizes so you can just buy a little bit for small decorations and figures, or purchase a large tub and cover your whole cake.
Sprinkles and a Cake Topper or Candle – The last essential you will need to finish decorating your cake is of course a few sprinkles and a cake topper or candle.
Shop our huge range of sprinkles, edible decorations, Cake Toppers and candles online, pick up from our store in Lambton, within an hour or two you’ll be eating a full home decorated cake.
Yes, you can refreeze the cake on the day you purchased it. The 'Frozen Best Before' date printed on the label would apply in this case.
If purchased frozen in-store and returned to a freezer before they thaw, you can store them as per the 'Frozen Best Before Date' on their label, which is generally 12 months from the manufacturing date.
The cake will stay fresh and delicious for up to 28 days, as long as it's stored in a cool, dry place away from any strong odours or fragrances.
You do not need to keep the cake in the fridge until after you decorate them, as it can be stored just as they are or in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from any strong odours or fragrances.
You can store the cake just as they are or pop them in an airtight container, in a cool, dry place away from any strong odours or fragrances.
The ability to stay fresh for 28 days has to do with the high quality ingredients that have been used, the process of baking, and the way in which they are handled after it's been baked. Of course, we have to add a preservative, but we use the same preservative that has been widely used in bakery products for decades and in extremely low concentrations. Potassium sorbate (Labelled as preservative 202) is used to inhibit moulds and yeasts in many foods, such as cheese, wine, yoghurt, dried meats, apple cider, rehydrated fruits, soft drinks, fruit drinks, herbal dietary supplements and baked goods! You can see a full list of the ingredients on the products pages.