Green Herb Cake
Let’s be honest! This cake looks amazing! Almost like Wimbledon Tennis Court! Made from fresh and natural spinach filled with tennis balls made of pomegranate. Once you try it, you will cherish each opportunity to come back for more!
If you love delicious desserts then L’ETO, Green Herb Cake is a fantastic choice for you.
The green colour will ignite fresh thoughts of green grass and beautiful outdoors. The colour has actually been derived from spinach which gives it both a delightful flavor and a gorgeous look.
You will love the spinach sponge layers of this cake that have been filled with creamy mascarpone. The mascarpone has been mixed with the pomegranate seeds to add vibrancy and unique taste to the cake.
For people who don’t love much sugar in their cakes, this is a perfect choice. The cake has been baked with low sugar levels to make it light and friendly to everyone.
The baking process is done in a way that doesn’t leave a trace of spinach taste in the cake. So even if you are not a fan of spinach, you will surely enjoy this great mouth-watering invention.
We all know the benefits of taking herbal products. The cake will guarantee you not only refreshing moments but also healthy ones! It is a sumptuous treat that promotes healthy living among cake lovers.
Spinach sponge, mascarpone cheese, sour cream, double cream, vanilla, lemon juice, eggs, pomegranate
DIETARY & ALLERGY ADVICE
Gluten, dairy, eggs
Please note that all our products are made in kitchens that handle nuts
square 15cm (6 portions), square 20cm (8 portions), square 30cm (18 portions), rectangle 40x30cm (25 portions), rectangle 60x40cm (50 portions)
Our profiterole has a rich French traditional influence improved with a hand-made euphoric cream. Recommended for those who seeks art in desserts.
Size: 10″/25cm (20 portions)
Please Note. We charge a £65 dish deposit (included in price) for this item. Fully refunded on dish return.
Napoleon CakeFrom: £35.00
Buttery, flaky pastry layers generously filled with custard and topped with fresh strawberries… In Russian literature, a cake named Наполеон (Napoleon) is first
mentioned as early as in the first half of the 19th century! The cake has enjoyed an especially great popularity since the centenary celebration of the Russian victory over Napoleon in the Patriotic War of 1812. Nowadays, the Napoleon remains one of the most popular cakes in Russia. According to the highest baking standards our Napoleon when tasted, reveals a custard with a creamy smooth texture and a balance of vanilla taste with a crisp, crunchy pastry topped with a smooth and shiny glaze/fondant.