10 unique log cakes to celebrate Christmas with in 2022
From rich chocolate to tangy citrus, there’s definitely a flavour for you on this list.
The log cake is a staple at every Christmas feast as a sweet treat to wrap up a festive dinner.
This year, besides classic log cakes, you can also find uniquely flavoured and decorated cakes.
Here’s a look at ten log cakes you can consider getting for your Christmas celebration:
1. The Fullerton Hotel’s North Pole Mailbox Log Cake
Decorated and shaped to look like a mailbox, the North Pole Mailbox Log Cake consists of Araguani 70 per cent chocolate ganache, Gianduja crème, praline butter, crunchy Giresun hazelnut praline and feuilletine.
The cake is available for purchase now via The Fullerton Hotel’s website. Customers are required to order the cake four days in advance, and the last day for placing orders is Dec 22.
The cake is only available for self-collection from Nov 14 to Dec 27, between 11am and 7pm at The Fullerton Cake Boutique.
2. Crowne Plaza Changi Airport’s Marshmallow Berries Yule Log cake
The Marshmallow Berries Yule Log is decorated to look like a snow-topped house. Made with handcrafted Valrhona chocolate sponge, layered with wild berry chocolate pudding, crisp feuilletine chocolate and wrapped in vanilla marshmallow, it makes for an impressive Christmas treat.
The cake can be purchased now via Crowne Plaza Changi Airport’s website, and is only available for self-collection at 75 Airport Boulevard, #01-01, Changi Airport.
3. InterContinental Singapore’s Signature Forest Cherries Yule Log cake
The Signature Forest Cherries Yule Log cake consists of dark chocolate mousse with spiced cherry confit and kirsch mousse, topped with a row of red cherries and adorned with chocolate pieces.
The cake is available for purchase now via InterContinental Singapore’s website. Customers are required to place their orders three days in advance. Orders can be collected or delivered from Nov 21 to Dec 25.
4. Shangri-La Boutique’s Triple Nutty Crunch Logcake
The Triple Nutty Crunch Logcake consists of Sachertorte sponge cake with caramelised hazelnuts, gianduja crémeux, hazelnut praline mousse and hazelnut praline crunch.
The cake is available for purchase now via Shangri-La Boutique’s website, where the allergen information for the cake can also be found. Customers are required to place their orders three days in advance, and orders can be collected or delivered from Nov 24 to Dec 25.
5. Holiday Inn’s Dulcey Yuzu Log Cake
Holiday Inn’s Dulcey Yuzu Log Cake combines Dulcey crémeux and tangy Yuzu mousse. Along with orange marmalade and almond sponge, the cake provides a sweet and sour flavour with every bite.
The cake can be purchased via Holiday Inn’s website. Customers are required to place their orders at least three days in advance, and orders are available for delivery or self-collection from Dec 1 to Jan 2.
Self-collection is available from 12pm to 8pm daily at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Level 4.
6. Goodwood Park Hotel’s Beary Merry Yule Log Cake
The Beary Merry Yule Log consists of maple mascarpone enveloping layers of apple mousse and cranberry confit, set atop a nutty Pain de Gênes base and a thin layer of crumbly streusel.
It is topped with dollops of chocolate ganache, white chocolate buttons and gifts, with cute chocolate bears on both ends.
The cake can be purchased now via Goodwood Park Hotel’s website. The hotel will donate 10 per cent of the sales from Christmas log cakes to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund.
7. Café&Meal MUJI’s Sweet Purple Potato and Chestnut Roll Logcake
The Sweet Purple Potato and Chestnut Roll Logcake combines the sweetness of purple potato cream with candied chestnut treats on a light chestnut swiss roll.
Christmas decorations can be added to the cake upon request, but the designs are selected at random.
The cake can be pre-ordered now at any Café&Meal MUJI outlet. Customers are required to place their orders at least three days in advance, and the last date for pre-order is on Dec 20. All pre-orders are for self-collection only.
Café&Meal MUJI is not halal certified, and allergen information on the cakes can be found on Café&Meal MUJI’s website.
8. Swensens’ Winter Sonata log cake
Reflecting a white snowy Christmas, the Winter Sonata log cake features Swensens’ new Hokkaido Snow with Honeycomb Bits Ice Cream, wrapped with a layer of sponge cake and topped with white snowflakes.
The cake can be purchased now via Swensens’ website, and is available for both self-collection and delivery.
9. The St. Regis Singapore’s Opalys Mango Calamansi log cake
The bright yellow Opalys Mango Calamansi log cake pairs Opalys Mousse with flavours of mango and calamansi and a vanilla sponge cake atop a crunchy Opalys base.
The cake can be purchased now via The St. Regis Singapore’s website. Orders can be delivered or collected from Nov 24 to Dec 31, and customers are required to place their orders three days in advance.
10. Awfully Chocolate’s Dark Cherry Meringue Log Cake
Awfully Chocolate, known for making all things chocolate, has a brand new Dark Cherry Meringue Log Cake this year. It consists of soft chocolate cake, dark chocolate diplomat cream and sour cherries encased in a layer of burnt meringue.
The cake can be purchased now via their website, where customers can also find the allergen information for the cake.