The Peak's pick for mouthwatering log cakes this Christmas
01: Triplette Chocolat Cake Log
For those who can’t decide on one flavour, you can now choose to have three in Bakerzin’s Triplette Chocolat Cake log. Divided into three logs, each log features a different flavour. Bite into moist and fluffy decadent chocolate cake made from 56% cacao content, littered with crunchy chocolate pearls in every mouthful. Then, follow it up with smooth, soft cream cheese. Finally, end off with sweet caramel that lingers on the tip of your tongue.
Durian lovers will be delighted to know that the Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel has upgraded its own variation of a durian log cake for Christmas. Creamy ‘Mao Shan Wang’ durian indulgence hides between layers of vanilla sponge cake in this year’s upgrade from the signature ‘D24’ Durian cake.
For those not fond of overly sweet cakes, the Traditional Buche De Noel by Nesuto Patisserie may just be the solution. Light, fluffy vanilla sponge greets your tastebuds with hints of caramelised hazelnuts and a creamy hazelnut praline creme mousseline filling to balance the flavours.
While snow may never fall in Singapore, you can still celebrate a white Christmas this December with the help of Antoinette’s Winter is Here log cake. Made with cold brewed white coffee creme mousseline and caramel fleur de sel, the cake features sweet white chocolate shards, sugar snowflakes and sparkling blue snow. Breathe in the strong aroma of coffee when you take a bite.
Wrapped in a layer of smooth, buttery Valrhona dulcey chocolate cream, the Coffee Praline Dulcey Yule log by Marriott Tang Plaza allows you to sink into fluffy, multi-layered almond dacquoise sponge with sweet, crispy praline and white coffee chocolate mousse.
For those on a gluten-free diet, you can have your cake and eat it too with Hilton’s Christmas offerings. The Greek Yogurt and Pumpkin is made from 100% greek yogurt, honey mousse and soft, sweet pumpkin cremeux.