Stay tuned for some updated flavours - coming soon!
Eve's cakes are made with high quality ingredients, and are baked and decorated in her council approved kitchen. The following is a list of our most popular cake flavours - special flavours are available on request.
It's the nicest mud cake we've ever tasted! Eve's mud cakes are the result of years of refining, research, and trial & error. The perfect combination of ingredients produce a moist, delicious cake enjoyed equally by adults and children.
The most popular types of mud cake include:
- contains whisky and freshly brewed coffee.
White Chocolate - flavoured with Grand Marnier or Vanilla.
Eve's fruit cakes can convert those who traditionally say, "I don't like Fruit Cake"! Because of its longevity, many people choose to keep a fruit cake from their wedding and cut it at another special occasion - birth of a child, christening or wedding anniversary.
Rich Fruit Cake
- Contains Almonds and Pecan Nuts, and plenty of fruit (sultanas,
currants, raisins, dates, glace cherries, apricots, pawpaw,
pineapple) all soaked in brandy.
The butter cake has a softer and lighter texture than Eve's mud cakes. It is made either in Traditional style, or 'quick mix' style, which is even lighter and softer and is a popular choice for young children's parties.
Popular flavours of butter cake include:
Marble (swirled chocolate, vanilla and raspberry)
Other popular flavours include, but are not limited to:
Lemon and Poppyseed Cake
All cakes can be covered with different finishes. The following shows some examples of different finishes:
Also known as Fondant, this produces a smooth finish typically 3-4mm thick over the cake.
All roll-out icing finishes have a layer of ganache (a delicious combination of chocolate and cream) underneath*.
Cake doesn't have the layer of Ganache underneath, and has an option
layer of almond icing.
Below is an example of a cake with a roll-out icing finish:
The butter icing finish gives a rougher, more informal look to the cake. It is applied using a flat knife, and looks like the picture below:
Butter icing finishes can also be 'piped' on using different attachments - an example of this is illustrated:
Ganache is similar to the Butter icing finish - it is more of a rough finish. Cakes are often layered with different flavours - ganache is usually put between the layers.
Below is an example of a ganache covered cake: