The Christmas countdown has started, and we all are aware that during the Christmas season, we stuff ourselves with cakes and cookies with online cake delivery in Mumbai. The festive season is all about spending quality time with our family, friends & relatives, and of course, enjoy various kinds of desserts. But, when you talk about Christmas cake, each country has its unusual ways of baking and decoration. Usually, we presume Christmas cakes to be some fruitcake but, that’s not what it is. Not every Christmas cake is a fruitcake; some cultures may believe sponge cake to be a Christmas cake, some may acknowledge rum cake as Christmas cake, and similar to that, every culture has its divergence of the Christmas cake. So here we have composed ten various kinds of Christmas cakes from all over the world, and are confident that after going through the list, your wisdom about cakes will increase.
  1. Galette Des Rois – France – Stuffed with almond paste, Galette Des Rois can be cited as a puffed pastry. This cake is usually consumed after Christmas, around New Year’s time, but recently, the cake has earned so much fame that the bakers began selling it the entire winter season. This is the reason, in France, it is acknowledged as a Christmas cake. Topped with powdered sugar, stuffed with almond cream/paste, and layers of buttered puff pastry, this cake comes in various flavors, making it a perfect choice for enjoyment with your loved ones this holiday season.
  2. Pan de Pascua – Chile – The meaning of ‘Pan de Pascua’ is ‘Easter bread,’ even though this is, Chile’s, traditional Christmas cake. It is prepared with blending rum and fruit cake batter. During the Christmas season, if you visit, Chile be prepared to be served with ‘Pan de Pascua’ and a boozy holiday coffee known as ‘Cola de Mono’ together as a meal!
  3. Black Forest Cherry Cake – Germany – This cake is indigenous to a German mountain range called ‘The Black Forest,’ as the name suggests. It is baked with layers of chocolatey bread combined with cherries and topped with dark chocolates and fresh whipped cream. For people in Germany, the Christmas celebration is incomplete without this cake!
  4. Panettone – Italy – Panettone was first baked in the early 20th century. This cake is a cupola-shaped fruit cake, originally from Italy. Many European nations now love this cake. It is a porous and spongy fruit cake served along with sweet wine, in Italy, during Christmas.
  5. Revani – Turkey – The most famous dessert from Turkey is ‘Baklava,’ but, during the Christmas period, a different type of dessert is enjoyed in the country, that is, ‘Revani’! A moist cake prepared with semolina, orange, and lemon syrup. The cake becomes soft, moist and more delicious due to the liquid elements in the cake batter.
  6. Mochi – Japan – Prepared with rice paste, ‘Mochi’ is Japan’s traditional cake. The paste is made by blending water with rice flour and is cooked well until a paste-like texture is obtained. Later the dough is then given the desired shape and embellished with chocolate flakes or powdered sugar.
  7. Tarta de Santiago – Spain – This cake contains an essential ingredient of a Spanish cake, which is ‘almond’ and has originated from the northern parts of Galicia. In addition to that, icing sugar is used to embellish the top of the cake with St. James cross.
  8. Dundee Cake – United Kingdom – Embellished with circles of almonds, a Dundee cake is a trendy cake from the UK. The addition of whiskey, orange zest, and almonds in the cake batter makes this fruitcake stand out from the other same type of cakes in Mumbai. The Dundee cake is famous for its rich taste and flavor.
  9. Bolo Rei – Portugal – Extremely unique in its own way ‘Bolo Rei’ is a traditional cake from Portugal. Concerning the story of the three kings called ‘Bolo Rei,’ it is shaped like a crown. This cake is much enjoyed by the local people throughout the festive season, beginning from Christmas till Dias de Reis.
  10. Tres Leches Cake – Mexico – This cake is a moist milk based cake served traditionally during the Christmas season in Mexico, and is also very popular in South America. Made with a spongy butter-based cake, later saturated in three types of milk, which are regular, condensed, and evaporated, it is an absolute delight.
So, guys, this was the list, and we know you can’t wait to get a delicious piece on your plate. So get online cake order in Delhi

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