The Freedom Cake from Bake me a Wish

5:43 PM Posted by Bits from a Brit

This Valentine’s Day you can spread the love with the “Freedom Cake". This cake from Bake me a Wish is absolutely delicious, I took one into my office and all my co-worked helped us "test" out the cake so we can tell you all just how delicious it is. I cut a large piece for myself and went back in the kitchen about 20 minutes later for another piece and it was already gone! I received great feedback from all the "Testers" involved! Try one out for yourself or send to a loved one and a cake will be sent to a Soldier fighting for our freedom. The $75 price tag on these cakes is a little higher than most, but with this great cause it supports who wouldn't want one?

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BakeMeAWish! an co-sponsor Soldiers’ Angels are offering the “Freedom Cake,” a unique opportunity to send a cake to a family member, friend or client, while also showing a soldier overseas that he or she is loved too. For only $75, you can send the Bake Me A Wish! Valentine’s Day Freedom Cake to that special someone and the same cake will be sent to a soldier during the holidays: you will feel great for giving such a momentous gift, the recipient reaps the heartfelt benefits of knowing that an identical cake will be received by a soldier serving overseas, and the soldier fighting for our independence daily is cared for in a special way with this adoring cake.

The Valentine’s Day Freedom Cake features a layer of deluxe chocolate brownie thickly blanketed with smooth & creamy fudge fondant. The cake is finished with milk and dark chocolate glazes drizzled all over with an avalanche of red, pink and white hearts adorning the top, and dark chocolate shavings all along the sides. BakeMeAWish.com will send a scrumptious 7” inch cake that will arrive guaranteed fresh in an elegant gift box to your friend and an identical delight will go to a soldier selected by Soldier’s Angels. A beautifully designed “Love” card with the American flag accompanies each package and honors our heroes with respect and warmth.

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