SugarMoo launches Christmas goodies

Rudolph cakes and Santa hat cupookies are ready to order

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In the festive spirit already? As of Friday December 1 you’ll be able to dig into a range of Christmas-themed goodies thanks to SugarMoo.

The fun, festive treats are ready to order now from the online sweet treats store, and will be available throughout December.

There are nine limited-edition desserts, which have been crafted especially for this Christmas. We love the look of the Rudolph Red Velvet Cake (Dhs220) for a festive gathering. You can buy it in two sizes and it’s made from SugarMoo’s signature red velvet Oreo crunch cake.

There’s also the Ugly Sweater Christmas Party cake, again made from the red velvet (Dhs250). If you’re after something a little different there’s a chocolate mint cake topped with meringues (Dhs200), or keep it authentic with a traditional yule log (Dhs220). The best part? It’s filled with SugarMoo’s newest flavour – dulche de Lotus.

There’s a choco orange Funfetti cake (Dhs195) with natural orange flavouring and chocolate ganache.

If you’re not after a full-on cake then you can choose a Santa hat cupookie, a vanilla sponge with vanilla cream (Dhs20) or a Christmas tree cupookie – a chocoloco sponge with chocolate mousse inside (Dhs20).

Finally there’s a Rice Krispy Tree Bouquet (Dhs100) or Snowball Truffles (Dhs30) in chocolate, vanilla and red velvet flavours.

What are you waiting for? Get ordering now and get that festive party started.
From Dhs20. www.sugarmoo.com (800-SUGAR).

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