Dessert Cakes

Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cake

Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cake

40.00₪

For chocolate fanatics only! A moist and delicious chocolate cake infused with chocolate chips, and drizzled with a rich chocolate glaze. Serves eight people. Parve and nut-free.

Cinnamon Apple Cake

Cinnamon Apple Cake

40.00₪

An apple cinnamon delight drizzled with buttercream icing! A light, moist cake with a hint of spice. Serves eight people. Parve and nut-free.

Cookies & Cream Cake

Cookies & Cream Cake

40.00₪

A moist cookie cake topped with a delicious cookie buttercream icing. Sure to please everyone in the family! This cake is a top-seller for years. Available in chocolate or vanilla. Serves 8. Parve and...

Glazed Blueberry Cake

Glazed Blueberry Cake

35.00₪

Blueberry lovers, this is the cake for you! A super moist blueberry cake drizzled with a lemon glaze. You would never believe this cake is low fat! Serves eight people. Parve and nut-free.

Glazed Lemon Cake

Glazed Lemon Cake

35.00₪

A moist and light cake packed with lemon flavor! Drizzled with lemon glaze. A perfectly delightful cake to compliment any meal. Parve and nut-free. Serves 8

Maple Vanilla Cake

Maple Vanilla Cake

40.00₪

One of our top selling cakes! Moist vanilla cake meets maple cream frosting for the perfect combination. Serves eight people. Parve and nut-free.

Salted Caramel Cookie Cake

Salted Caramel Cookie Cake

40.00₪

Vanilla and caramel lovers, this is the cake for you! A rich vanilla cake infused with caramel and topped with a caramel cookie glaze. Serves eight. Parve and nut-free.

Vanilla Cookies & Cream Cake

Vanilla Cookies & Cream Cake

40.00₪

A moist vanilla cake with baked-in cookies and topped with a buttercream cookie icing. The perfect dessert for vanilla lovers! Serves eight people. Parve and nut-free.

About us

In 2010 I began my baking business, selling from a tiny apartment in Gush Etzion, Israel. I now operate out of the basement of my home in Beit Shemesh which has been converted to my workspace.

Haarazim 27 aleph, Beit Shemesh

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