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Cakes & Traybakes

If you need a sweet addition to your party food spread or looking for some sweet treats to add some sparkle to teatime, our cakes and traybakes are just the ticket. For birthdays, anniversaries and celebrations of all stripes, there’s no need to spend your evenings in the kitchen; you can simply buy cakes online, have them delivered to your door, and get the party started. 

Do note that our frozen cakes can take up to four hours to defrost at room temperature.

Triple Layered Carrot Cake image
£14.00 Serves 10 (1600g)
Belgian Chocolate Cake image
£13.00 Serves 8+ (1000g)
Chocolate Celebration Cake image
£18.00 Serves 12 (1700g)
Farmhouse Flapjack image
£4.95 Serves 6 (400g)
"Belgian" Chocolate Brownie image
£4.95 Serves 6 (300g)
£13.00 Serves 20 (1000g)
Lemon Drizzle Slice image
£4.95 Serves 6 (230g)
Billionaire's Shortbread image
£4.95 Serves 6 (420g)

If you’re yet to discover the joys of our cakes and traybakes, you’re in for a real treat. Made just like you would at home, they’ll be a highlight of your parties and teatimes. Ideal if you’re looking for a vegetarian pudding or gluten free pudding!

As the chef Julia Child once said, “A party without a cake is just a meeting.” A cake delivery from COOK is a quick and easy shortcut to party perfection. Buy cakes online with your usual COOK order, then defrost and serve … and you can easily add your own decorative touches if needs be. A simple way to add a personal touch is to add a few fresh berries and a dusting of icing sugar. For really neat slices, use a clean, straight knife when cutting your cake, and add some ice cream to make a dessert of it.

A traybake delivery is a great option for canapés at parties – just cut them into little squares. Or keep them in the fridge to add some me time to your tea time. As these traybakes are frozen, they will need to defrost (which will take a maximum of 3 hours) and then they will be fine in the fridge for 3 days … although they’ll likely be eaten long before then!