(SPOT.ph) It’s impossible to have scrolled through your social media timelines and not stopped to look at those small, customizable, and cute minimalist cakes, most of them either with funny dedications or aesthetic, IG-worthy designs. ICYDK, those are called Korean-style bento cakes, and they’ve taken celebrations, no matter how big, small—or if there are any at all—by storm.
Bento cakes, also known as “lunchbox cakes” or “no share cakes,” are usually just four inches in diameter, and they come inside small takeout boxes. You can polish one off in a matter of minutes and with just a few bites, so don’t let your eyes leave this precious cake! You can also get them for yourself when sudden cravings hit—because no one ever said that there needs to be something to celebrate to get cake. And because you can opt to have written dedications on them, you could even say a sweet "Hi!" with these cakes if you want.
Check out Aegyo Cakes this Father's Day for the cutest mini-cakes to adorn your dining table or to gift Dad with:
Aegyo means “cute display of affection,” in Korean—and this Aegyo Cakes shop stays true to its name indeed. They offer four-inch (prices start at P450) to six-inch (price starts at P1,200) signature and design-your-own cakes that you could customize, and of course, for small munchies, their Classic Malagos Aegyo Cookies are available daily. Their cakes are available in Dark Malagos Choco Bonbon and Rainbow Velvet with Cream Cheese flavors and require pre-ordering.
This Father’s Day, this Instagram shop has limited edition Father’s Day “medallion cakes” in their regular sizes for P550 (four-inch lunchbox cake) and P1,300 (six inches) for the best and #1 Dad. It will also be available in Strawberry Biscoff Cloud flavor aside from their signature ones. Pick up these cute babies on June 18 and 19 at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., and 4 p.m.
Ready to reserve a cake? Slots are still available as of this writing, and they will close once they’re fully booked, so hurry!
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