2 million pieces sold… Number that speaks volumes… Especially when it comes to sophisticated dessert lovers across the globe who choose L’ETO honey cake as their favourite over and over again.
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If you are a sweet lover, then legendary L’ETO honey cake should be one of your favourites too! Experience the richness of honey flavour and dive in your fork into this heaven of blissful experience.
L’ETO Honey cake comprises of a creamy, slightly tangy filling and coating. It tastes exquisitely dream like. The honey is barely noticeable, yet it creates the ultimate depth of taste whilst melting in your mouth and tickling taste buds with its bee-goodness. The filling is just a little sweet and has no sourness to it; after absorbing into the cake layers, it tastes so much like a mild cream cheese frosting, good luck convincing people it is anything else.
Let’s not forget to mention, honey has a lot of unimaginable health benefits and getting all of them in a cake form, with honey sponges sandwiching tender sour cream, is like a bliss.
At L’ETO, we believe simplicity is the ultimate sophistication! Our signature honey cake has it all:
Honey, Butter, Sour Cream, Sugar, Walnuts. All these ingredients are present in the right proportion to make the bakery experience more enriched.
It has approximately only 387 calories (per 100g) and 4 grams of protein – all the goodness in one! Deliciously light and heavenly moist – enjoy this magical combination and the splendid taste or this beloved famous Russian dessert produced with impeccable baking L’ETO mastery.[/show_more]
Honey sponge, double cream, sour cream, eggs vanilla, walnuts, honey, fresh raspberries
Gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts
Please note that all our products are made in kitchens that handle nuts
round 15cm (6 portions), round 20cm (8 portions), round 25cm (12 portions), square 15cm (6 portions), square 20cm (8 portions), square 30cm (18 portions), rectangle 40x30cm (25 portions), rectangle 60x40cm (50 portions)
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Made popular in the U.S. in the 1960s, carrot cake is a delightful blend of sweet and spicy cake topped off with cream cheese frosting. It can be made in a traditional way recipe or can be dressed up with extras like nuts, pineapple and coconut. But no one has a fair idea about its origin.
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