The best Christmas cakes of 2017

This year's best logs, tarts and cakes for the festive season. Ready your cake spades and rakes

Triplette Chocolat Cake Log ($80)
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Triplette Chocolat Cake Log ($80)

From Bakerzin

This huge masterpiece is the perfect three-in-one solution for the fickle-minded foodie. Each log houses a different flavour within – decadent chocolate, pure cream cheese, and caramel. Made with 56% cacao chocolate, the chocolate log also has chocolate pearls mixed in for that added crunch.

Available until December 20, 2pm for online orders and December 27 for orders at outlets. An advanced order of one day is required.

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Mao Shan Wang durian Christmas log cake ($69 for 500g, $77 for 1kg)
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Mao Shan Wang durian Christmas log cake ($69 for 500g, $77 for 1kg)

From Goodwood Park Hotel

Durian lovers – get this cake on your radar. Made with top grade Mao Shan Wang, this premium cake is sure to be a crowd favorite. Nab this quick and savor the creamy icing wrapped in layers of moist vanilla sponge.

Available at The Deli from December 1 to 26 (Last order is on December 19, 12pm), advanced order of five days required.

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Dadar log cake ($48)
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Dadar log cake ($48)

From Sinpopo Brand

Feeling a lil’ adventurous with your log cake purchase this year? Go for the Dadar log cake - part of Sinpopo’s Christmas cake series that is inspired by local traditional desserts. The pandan swiss roll encases grated coconut immersed in gula Melaka and is covered in a blanket of coconut cream.

Available until January 1, 2018, advanced order of three days required.

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Bukit Timah
A Walk In The Forest chocolate cake ($55 for petite, $110 for grande)
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A Walk In The Forest chocolate cake ($55 for petite, $110 for grande)

From Antoinette

Created by award-winning Chef Pang, this cake is truly a piece of art and a beautiful addition to your festive spread. The grand cru dark chocolate cake with lemon cream comes topped with cocoa sponge and Grand Marnier.

Available until January 2018 (whilst stocks last), advanced order of one day required.

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City Hall
Christmas ice cream log cake ($59.50-$72.25)
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Christmas ice cream log cake ($59.50-$72.25)

From Udders

Make a switch from a run-of-the-mill log cake to Udders’ ice cream log cake that's specially created for the festivities. Choose from four popular flavours – Milky Chocolate, Cookies and Cream, Rum Rum Raisin, and Mao Shan Wang durian.

Available until December 31, advanced order of five days required.

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Habourfront
Christmas black forest cake ($98)
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Christmas black forest cake ($98)

From Awfully Chocolate

Loyal fans of this well-loved brand should snag its newly launched Christmas black forest cake. Dig into three thick layers of dark chocolate and kirsh cake, beautifully paired with chocolate fudge and fresh cream. Chew on pitted cherries embedded within this tall cake that can feed 12-16 people.

 Available until Jan 1, 2018, advanced order of three days required.

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Marina Bay
Christmas berry pandan cake ($4.50 small, $12 medium and $32 large)
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Christmas berry pandan cake ($4.50 small, $12 medium and $32 large)

From Andaz Singapore

Don’t be fooled by the vibrant red glaze – there's a fragrant pandan sponge hidden within. Feast on the Christmas berry pandan cake, Andaz’s interpretation of one of Singapore’s favourite cakes, the pandan chiffon. The moist cake is paired with a smooth wild berries glaze and is a sweet treat to end the festivities on a high note.

Available from December 1-31 at Pandan located at level 2 of Andaz Singapore. 

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Read our guide to Christmas 2017

The ultimate guide to Christmas in Singapore

Never mind the tropics – Christmas is still the most magical time of the year in sunny, snowman-free Singapore. Read on to find out the best events, festive meals, Yuletide desserts and, of course, a gift guide that has ideas for just about everyone. From all of us here at Time Out Singapore, here's to a very merry Christmas!

By: Time Out Singapore editors

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