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The Cake Stall Prepares for a Sweet Holiday Season

This summer boutique bakery The Cake Stall is taking you back to the kiwi Christmases of your childhood, with their range of delicious Christmas treats. The Cake Stall takes the stress out of Christmas baking without taking away that taste of home you so fondly remember.

The Cake Stall has cultivated a steady following since opening almost five years ago, and Christmas always offers an added incentive to visit their beautiful Royal Oak store. The cosy, retro, style of our new look store epitomises the qualities The Cake Stall has become known for. Customers are now able to sit in comfortable surrounds while the scents of freshly baked Christmas mice tarts and gingerbread biscuits waft from the stores adjacent kitchen.

Customers can browse the retail section of the store at ease and will likely be tempted by the old fashioned tins, biscuits, and Christmas cakes which make great gifts. A select range of Christmas baking accessories have been sourced to represent the unique nature of a New Zealand Christmas, including pohutukawa napkins and buzzy bee cake tins.

The Cake Stall offers a range of gift options and can assemble hampers filled with a selection of baked goods, preserves and other treats. Choose from a wide variety of fillings: like reindeer gingerbread biscuits, meringues, Christmas fruit mince tarts, old fashioned sweets, brandy sauce and merry berry preserve. Hampers make great gifts for friends, family, colleagues and clients and come in a range of size options.

Christmas stock is in store from early November so you can send the taste of home baking to friends and family overseas. The Cake Stall staff can direct you to the wide variety of products that are sealed and appropriate for international postage. Our range of organic New Zealand honey is also certified and makes for a truly kiwi gift, available in single jars or sample packs – share the taste of Manuka honey with the world this Christmas.

A Cake Stall cake or a selection of savouries is the perfect accompaniment to the festivities of any Christmas party. Seasonal cheesecakes and black forest gateaux cakes can be decorated with fresh fruit or chocolate dipped strawberries and are sure to be crowd pleasers.

The Cake Stall’s dedicated bakers will be extra busy in the coming weeks, making Christmas tarts and cakes and assembling gift hampers for corporate orders. If you would like to treat your staff or clients with some of The Cake Stall’s Christmas goodies please feel free to ring, email or check out The Cake

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754 Manukau Road Auckland


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