Out Of The Cake Box: Delicious Out Of This World Cakes

Fancy yourself some out of this world desserts? Head on down to Out of the cake Box and blow your mind with these desserts!

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By Marian Govin

Opening Hours: 
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm – 830pm
Sunday & Public Holiday: 10am – 5pm

Website: https://www.outofthecakebox.com/

Nearest MRT: Telok Blangah

Tel No.: 6271 1975

Out of the cake box combines traditional and classic favourites into cakes. Founder Dana, a.k.a the cake fairy, has successfully blended kuehs and boxed desserts into cakes for all to enjoy!

With Children’s day is around the corner, are you still stuck on what treats to get for your kids / students? Well then what about a delicious monster whoopie pie treat from Out Of the Cake Box? The sweet cake fairy has created these goodies in time for children’s day for all the little ones to enjoy!

Not only that, pick up a treat for yourself while there! Out of the cake box specialises in unique and local flavoured inspired cakes. They reinvent the dessert world by making your Favourite desserts into the form of a cake. Ever heard of a bo bo char char cake? Or even a mango sticky rice cake? It might not sound like it should work, but boy do they! Here are some of our favourites

Burbur Cha Cha ($5.50)

This is delightful to even just look at. Designed to look like our favourite Potong ice cream uncle’s classic Yam ice cream, this dessert tastes exactly like the hot dessert but cold. The cake is sandwhiched between two slices of biscuit/wafer, and filled with sweet potato mousse with bits of the actual burbur cha cha toppings. Yes, real pieces of sweet potato and agar agar all mixed into the batter. Not only does that make for a pretty picture, the sensation when you bite it like an ice cream sandwhich is strangely satisfying.

Takoh Belle ($6.50)

If you didn’t already guess it, this is a cake version of the classic Kueh Takoh – a coconut mung bean jelly wrapped in Pandan leaves. Yes it might sound weird, but this cake is superbly delicious. The cake is made up of three layers – Pandan Cheesecake at the bottom, sweet corn mousse in the middle and coconut custard on the top. Each layer is light and soft on the tastebuds, and the blend of textures makes the cake melt in your mouth. Our favourite layer was the pandan cheesecake. It’s taste was reminiscent of a pandan cheesecake but the texture was light and fluffy, nothing like the cheesecake that we are used to.

Watermelon Cake ($5.50)

Their version of the world famous Strawberry Watermelon Cake from Black Star Pastry in Australia, this gluten free delight is an explosion of flavours and textures in your mouth. The actual cake layers are made from almond dacquoise and layered with rose vanilla bean cream, and in the middle is one full slice of watermelon. No, not watermelon jelly or watermelon mousse, an actual, watermelon. The rose flavour from the cream stands out but the watermelon slice is what will catch your attention. This cake is light and refreshing, a great way to end of a meal or even as a midnight snack.

Mango Sticky Rice ($6)

The classic Thai dessert, in a cake. The idea behind this cake is pure genius. Layers of mango sponge, pandan mousse and actual coconut sticky rice, yet again a unique creation like none other. This is one of their best selling cakes and is on seasonal rotation. Only when mangoes are ripe, will the cake be made. Everything about this cake that shouldn’t work, works. The coconut sticky rice tastes exactly like the ones you can fins on the streets of Thailand, and the balance of flavours is perfect. Sweet mango paired with savoury coconut sticky rice and a light pandan mousse. If you see these on display, make sure you get one before it sells out!

White Rabbit ($6.50)

Everyone loves a good lava cake. Everybody also loves the classic White Rabbit Candy (白兔奶糖). So combine the two together and what would be the result? The a divine White Rabbit Lava cake, which has a matcha base and completed with a black sesame brittle. The white rabbit lava tastes exactly like the melted version of the candy. Slightly reminiscent of condensed milk but still delicious all together. Unlike other lava cakes where the sponge is super dense, the matcha sponge on this is light and airy whilst still able to hold the lava without breaking. The black sesame brittle adds a bitter touch to the dessert which helps balance out all the flavours. This might be a tad on the sweeter side if you are a savoury person, but still definitely worth the try!

 

Not only do they produce delicious cakes, Out Of The Cake Box also holds workshops to teach you how to make some of your favourite desserts. From character macaroons to castella cakes (the jiggly soft cakes!), sign up for baking workshops under Out of the cake box and learn directly from the cake fairy herself! Plus, to celebrate their third anniversary, they are having discounted rates on their classes! For the month of October, sign up for classes for only $33.33/$53.33 instead of $85-$128! Don’t miss out on this great deal! For more information on their workshops, visit https://www.outofthecakebox.com/collections/workshops

Address (main branch):
Block 45, Telok Blangah Drive, #01-173,
S(100045)

Opening Hours: 
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm – 830pm
Sunday & Public Holiday: 10am – 5pm

Website: https://www.outofthecakebox.com/

Nearest MRT: Telok Blangah

Tel No.: 6271 1975