The best kind of delivery is the edible kind, and what better than an adorable cake that fits through the letterbox?! The lovely folk at Bakerdays sent me one of their delicious Easter Letterbox cakes to try out, and are also giving one of you lucky people the chance to win your own! More on the competition later, firstly let me tell you all about how yummy this little treat was (cake doesn’t last very long in our house…).

Letterbox cakes are super cute 5 inch cakes, packaged in a lovely little presentation tin that, you guessed it, fit right through the letter box! There’s lots of designs to choose from, from Easter and special occasion cakes to personalised cakes, and you can even choose your favourite filling! I went for the classic Vanilla Sponge cake, which was an absolute dream, but you can also choose from Belgian chocolate chip and fruit cake. They also offer gluten, wheat and dairy free options so there’s something for everyone! 

Let me tell you, there’s nothing quite as exciting as getting cake delivered in the post, and now one of you can experience the sheer thrill (seriously) too!

To win one of these tasty Letterbox cakes, take a look at the Bakerdays website, and comment below to tell me which design you’d like to win and why! Don’t forget to leave your email address so that I can contact you if you win. Extra entries if you share this post on Twitter and tag @whowhatclaire and @bakerdays!! Just let me know in your comment if you do.

I’ll be choosing a winner at random on Friday 18th March and contacting them via email, so keep an eye on your inboxes!

Congrats to Rebecca Varley. An email has been sent to you 🙂

Claire x

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  1. I would choose the Age is Just a Number cake for my Mum's 83rd birthday on the 28th March. She is always saying "age is just a number it's how young you feel" This would be perfect!

  2. I would love to win the Rainbow Easter Bunny cake for my little girl for Easter, She never manages to get through all the chocolate eggs she gets(don't worry they don't go to waste, one of the benefits of having a small child) but loves cake so I'm sure this would get devoured first, she could even share with her friends she's invited round for an Easter egg hunt.

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