Morrisons launch Unicorn and Rainbow drip cakes for £10 each (instore)
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Morrisons launch Unicorn and Rainbow drip cakes for £10 each (instore)

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Found 23rd Feb
These look amazing and at just £10 each and my lil girl is going to go nuts (Unicorn mad)

Unicorn Madeira cake serves 20 people and The Rainbow drip Madeira cake serves 18 people

The unicorn cake is filled with raspberry jam and frosting, covered in soft white icing and finished with edible decorations.

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The rainbow drip cake is filled with three layers of raspberry jam, covered and decorated with multi coloured frostings and finished with a white chocolate flavoured drip.

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thomasleep7 m ago

Serves 18-20 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!


18-20 Toddlers that is!

Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.

I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings.

Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...

Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay
Edited by: "captainjack" 23rd Feb
Serves 18-20 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
captainjack1 h, 8 m ago

18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the …18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings. Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay


Aye, but for a tenner tho, I'm happy to not have to stand in the kitchen til midnight creating a cake that's gonna be completely demolished and fairly unappreciated by most of the kids within 24 hours
captainjack1 h, 35 m ago

18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the …18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings. Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay


You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red velvet cake's to die for. Free personalisation too.
Edited by: "ellbee" 23rd Feb
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Oh mmmmmyyyyyy

They can launch one my way
Edited by: "maccy1" 23rd Feb
Great if you like sugar!!!

50%+.
Serves 18-20 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
thomasleep7 m ago

Serves 18-20 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!


18-20 Toddlers that is!

Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.

I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings.

Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...

Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay
Edited by: "captainjack" 23rd Feb
captainjack3 m ago

18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the …18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam.I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cakes:Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice.


20 toddlers would demolish that in seconds!! agree on the choice thing these cakes are dire, just a value sponge with some icing thrown on it
BUT is it all just one flavour with different colours or is it all these different flavours for each colour?
captainjack1 h, 8 m ago

18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the …18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings. Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay


Aye, but for a tenner tho, I'm happy to not have to stand in the kitchen til midnight creating a cake that's gonna be completely demolished and fairly unappreciated by most of the kids within 24 hours
Not bad for a tenner
captainjack1 h, 35 m ago

18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the …18-20 Toddlers that is!Sick to death of cakes that look good on the outside and nothing but madeira cake with strawberry jam - made to look pretty and nothing more.I swear UK supermarkets have no innovation when it comes to their cake offerings. Carrot cake, coffee & walnut, red velvet, lemon, chocolate and least not forget the standard sponge with jam - utterly pathetic selection of choice. All sell the same type of cakes...Either that or take a mortgage out for cake from a bakery nowadays. Think my baker gets his eggs from the golden goose the prices I have to pay


You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red velvet cake's to die for. Free personalisation too.
Edited by: "ellbee" 23rd Feb
Oh yay. More reasons for cake makers to be put out of business.
the cakes look great. does anyone have a link to the website or ingredients list?
my daughter would one of them for her bday but has allergies. would love to know before I drive all the way there and find she cant have it


Thanks
Sorry, cold vote from me. Is this a deal? It is half price?

Nice product I agree but if we fill this forum of stuff which we think is nice, it'll be a nightmare to sift through to the gold.

Post again when these are half price!
I eat cake because it's somebody's Birthday somewhere
ellbee2 h, 34 m ago

You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red …You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red velvet cake's to die for. Free personalisation too.



Been - joined years ago. Years of the same stuff. The carrot cake is overly sweet - been to a lot of small cafes & bakeries buy from there and then sell at three times the cost of the entire cake as individual slices. You cant mistake Costco's carrot cake deco.

Their chocolate cake is chocolate overkill but not good Belgium or Swiss chocolate. Chocolate spong with nuclear amounts of chocolate icing.

To be honest didnt think much of the cake variety in the UK until I went abroad to a few countries and the sizes, the flavours and the price were just incredible.

We are still on Red Velvet for how many years? - 1 place had Green (Lime) & Black (Licorice) Velvet cakes and I just thought WOW!

Was a huge fan of the Rainbow cake by Hummingbirds and then they removed the bubble gum flavouring and went vanilla - when they were already selling a vanilla cake!

Yes if you havent noticed I take my cakes seriously!


Tell you something - Costa's carrot cake is 1 of the best Ive had - found out their supplier is up the North of England and their Banana bread toasted is pretty decent - toasted in a few countries not the UK!
Edited by: "captainjack" 23rd Feb
jenmumof53 h, 14 m ago

Aye, but for a tenner tho, I'm happy to not have to stand in the kitchen …Aye, but for a tenner tho, I'm happy to not have to stand in the kitchen til midnight creating a cake that's gonna be completely demolished and fairly unappreciated by most of the kids within 24 hours



ye forget with the horrible unappreciative children come the hungry grown ups that want cake! Fe Fi Fo Fum...
Is this HOTUKDEALS OR HOTUKRRP?


heat added anyway!
My boyfriend is going to hate this but I can’t resist
Absolutely full of sugar.

Go to Chinese bakery and buy Chinese cake. Light, fluffy and not too sweet.
Amazing price, m &s want £25 for a similar cake and from experience morrisons bakerys always have nice cakes
I have always loved cakes but a couple of years ago friends of ours bought me two birthday cakes?? one chocolate the other with icing over it. We could only eat a little of them as they were just too sweet (& I like sweet) & sickly. We threw them out. Then after this last Christmas the local co-op had a £5-00 chocolate icing cake down to less than a pound, so my wife thought we would try it. It was the same as the other two, just too sweet & sickly, we had a small piece each & threw most of the rest of the cake away. :-( Last time. I'll stick with doughnuts & so on for our special treats.
That's my birthday cake sorted

I usually make my own but this is so pretty and reasonably priced.
Such a good price for a lovely looking cake!
Oh my yum yum.
Mass produced rubbish and there’s no way it would feed 20!
Very similar unicorn cake in Asda I believe. If not then Tesco.
Diabetes
When I click get deal it doesn’t show either of these cakes? Is it only in store? Has anyone got a link please?
ellbee23rd Feb

You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red …You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red velvet cake's to die for. Free personalisation too.


Not everyone has a Costco

Not many actually, there is only 28
Whilst with supermarket they have much more

Tesco has 6,553 stores (2017)
631 ASDA Stores as of Jan 2017
Etc

Too many far Costco are warehouses but still ASDA has many superstores
ellbee23rd Feb

You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red …You ought to visit Costco. Dream cakes at realistic prices. The red velvet cake's to die for. Free personalisation too.


And all you have to do is drive to the middle of nowhere to get it!
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