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Delectable new range of cakes at Goodies

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Everything you’ve loved about the signature cakes at Cinnamon Lakeside’s Goodies has got even more tempting. Goodies has launched a new range of cakes, adding to the lineup of sweet, savoury and baked goods on offer. The new additions boast a new combination of flavours and creative presentation.

The new items include scrumptious cakes such as the Lemon Sachar Cake (lemon curd and dark chocolate mousse in three layers covered with lemon mirror glaze), Blueberry Velvet Cake (white chocolate fudge base cake with two layers of finger biscuits and two layers of blueberry cheese mousse, covered with blueberries), Raspberry Vanilla Mousse Cake (vanilla base cake with two strawberry mousse and crunchy layers covered with mirror glaze) and Passion Fruit Almond Cake (almond base cake with two layers of finger biscuits and two layers of mango cheese mousse).

There are also two new mini cakes on the menu – the Mini Pistachio Cake (sponge base with pistachio mousse chocolate cream covered with mirror glaze) and the Mini Raspberry Mousse Cake (red velvet sponge base with raspberry mousse and two crunchy layers, covered with chocolate spray).

These cakes are ideal for celebrations or simply to enjoy with friends and family with or without occasion. Goodies is open daily from 7:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. For orders, please call 011 249 1804.

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