Amazing Cakes from Choccywoccydoodah

Gatekeepers Cake

Pronouncing the name of British chocolatier Choccywoccydoodah is almost as fun as looking at its confections.

Both the name and the handcrafted cakes are embodied with a playful Lewis Carroll spirit. Chocoholics and romance addicts will love the towering edibles, which are covered (okay, smothered) with handcarved Belgian chocolate rosettes, hearts, triangles, and anything else you can dream up (if you order a bespoke cake).

What’s inside counts, too: the flavors — ginger with white truffle, cappuccino with coffee truffle, etc. — sound delicious. Unfortunately, since they’re based in the U.K., we can look but not taste.

The Gatekeepers cake, three Belgian chocolate-coated tiers, detailed with vintage pink roses, peonies, lisianthus, aquilegia and gatekeeper butterfly.

Check out more of their amazing cakes here.

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Lovebirds and Hearts

Enrobed in smooth dark Belgian chocolate coating with a white chocolate runover.  Finished with huge bright red bosomy hearts and encircled with adorable chocolate love birds.

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Calla Lilies Cake

A beautiful two tier cake, detailed with handmade white chocolate Calla Lilies on a white chocolate background. Minimalist elegance.

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Two Tier Vortex - Dark and White Chocolate

A striking two tier cake, which will provide 120 portions.  Available in white, dark or a mixture of both, Belgian chocolate coatings.Not for the fainthearted.

All cakes from  http://www.choccywoccydoodah.com

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