Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Home Party with Bread, Cake and Pastry from Cake Sense


Hello, sunny egg tarts!

Do you ever pass by a bakery and just can't resist the beautiful aroma of fresh bakes? At that moment, it tempts me to browse what's in store and grab some items home. And I often overbuy because every thing looks too good to be missed! 

Perhaps because my whole family can't bake, we often buy from the shop and our favourite is no other than Cake Sense. They have a wide range of buns, pastries and cakes, but what keeps us going back again and again is their signature Portuguese egg tarts.

Portuguese Egg Tarts @ RM6.90 for 3 pieces / RM12.60 for 6 pieces 

Flaky crisp skin with slightly burnt edges, silky smooth eggy filling with subtle sweetness,
that's just... so heavenly! What else could I ask for? I can eat 3-4 pieces of this at one go!

Apart from tarts, sweet bread like the Red Bean Bun is equally good as breakfast or afternoon snack. Mom usually keeps few pieces of these at home for snacking. But if you are a true bread lover, nothing beats the enjoyment of having Cake Sense's signature Eurosoft bread!

What is Eurosoft? They are made from homemade yeast, hence the texture is extra soft on the inside while retaining a thick crunchy crust that reminds me of the German's favourite rustic loaves. Definitely a hearty staple at every home!

Nankoku Honey Nut @ RM7.40

My personal favourite is the Nankoku honey-sweet bread, generously loaded with crushed red beans and pistachios that give out aromatic nuttiness to balance out the sweet flavour. Love its soft texture that I can enjoy directly without any reheating. Highly recommended!


SO SOFT!! And full of nutty goodness!

Raisin Mix Grain @ RM7.40
Another great choice if you prefer something more plain yet hearty.
 
All the breads from Cake Sense can last 4-5 days, so don't worry about buying too much! :P

 
Chocolate Walnut @ RM6.90
Wow, the generous filling of chocolate chips make this a favourite among kids!



.....and plain cakes there can be equally indulgent!

The cakes are always our life saviour whenever we are having small gatherings with relatives and friends at home. Since we can get good quality cakes with minimal sugar and artificial flavours outside, then why not serve them to our guests?

Honey-B Cake @ RM11.70

Light, fluffy sponge with a gentle hint of pure Australian honey.
The texture is just so airy and light that I reckon this is how a sponge cake should be!

Parmesan Cheese Cake @ RM17.00

Great if you prefer something more savoury.
I'd love the cheese to be heavier thou.

All Natural Banana Cake @ RM11.70

They even have really good banana cake in store! Extremely rich in real banana taste,
without any "artificial" flavouring. Each slice is a true enjoyment of natural tropical goodness.

Farmhouse Cake @ RM28.00

Highly recommended-- I can finally indulge into the fibre-packed carrot cake without guilt! Cake Sense's version is made of pure shredded carrot with bits of raisin, and totally no sugar added.


If you are planning to throw a home party but can't bake on your own,
I think the loaves, cakes and pastries can be real party stunner!

Verdict:
1. Quality is definitely not compromised here. Most products are crafted using "real, natural ingredients" freshly baked in-store from the oven. Love the generous fillings in the loaves!
2.  Unique varieties, with more affordable price tags compared to many artisan bakeries.
3. Recommended: Portuguese Egg Tarts, Nankoku Honey Nut Eurosoft Bread, Banana Cake 

Happy Shopping at Cake Sense!
Website: www.cakesense.com
Facebook: fb.com/cakesense

36 comments:

  1. Nice photos :)
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    1. Hi Syafiera, memang sedap! :D Akak dah try ke belum?

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  3. wow yummy bread and egg tarts. Need check this outlet soon, long time no shop there.

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    1. Hi Sherry, surely you should :D your kids will be delighted too!

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  4. Dear! you make the egg tarts look super delicious. Even though have tried those but still you make me craving. Jahatnyeee!!!

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    1. Dear Cindy, they are really good, you should try them out!

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  5. Portugese egg tarts really tempting. My son love it and hard to find those really nice. Will buy it for him to try out.

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    1. Dear Jane, definitely! :) Let me know how is it after you have tried it!

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  6. ahh, those egg tarts remind me of my macau trip last year!

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    1. Hello KY, now you don't have to travel far, just grab a couple of them from Cake Sense anytime! :D

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  7. Oh i have tried their banana cake and honey cake before. Pretty yummy hehe! Perhaps next round I should give the Nankoku Honey Nut Bread a try!

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  8. The egg tarts look yummy. I am not a big fan but don't mind trying these!

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    1. Dear Em, maybe you will change your mind after trying them! :D

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  9. Nice pictures and I love those Portuguese egg tarts......Gimme gimme gimme....some... hahaha

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    1. Hey Miera, let's go for an egg tart feast soon! :P

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  10. Now you make me wanna eat the egg tarts, at 730 am.
    Hahaha.
    Love to try the Raisin Mix Grain and the Honey-B Cake.

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    1. Hi Rawlins, time to get some from the shop once it is opened! :D

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  11. I am cake sense fans as I always buy their Honey B and all natural banana cake. I usually visit Cake sense at Taman Megah

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    1. Hey Betty, glad to find a great fan here! :D They are just so good that you keep returning for more, right?

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  12. Omg it looks so delicious on egg tart, bread and cakes! Can I have all of it? :P

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    1. Hi Jacqueline, sure you can :P Everything is available on a daily basis at Cake Sense ya.

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  13. The egg tart looks especially delicious. Might check it out!

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    1. Hey Nicholas, definitely you should :D Don't forget to share your thoughts with me after you have tried it!

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  14. those Portuguese egg tarts looks amazing.

    i love egg tarts like these, my favourite being the ones sold at Kings

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    1. Hey Isaac, yummy tarts are my favourite too :) Try out the ones in Cake Sense and you might change your mind

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  15. So tempting.. I wanna eat the Portugease egg tart!~

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    1. Hi Kylie, it is indeed very good that you must try! :D

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  16. oh the egg tarts look so good, some more with a pretty girl devouring it. and the bread also looks really healthy.

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    1. Hi Leona, let's enjoy together ya! The tarts and bread are just irresistible

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  17. I've tried their plain cakes. It's very nice :)
    Should've try their egg tarts too lol.

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    1. Dear Anfield, you certainly should! :D The egg tarts are signature product there

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  18. Wowww!! The cake sense pastry bread and egg tarts look yummy ler! Hehe love your enjoy food expression and still remain so thin! >.<

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  19. Lovely range of breads and cake they have all looks so fresh.

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