Cafe chain Patisserie Valerie has upped its vegan offerings in time for Veganuary, with treats including a Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake.
Patisserie Valerie has launched two new vegan cakes in time for Veganuary.
The high-street cafe chain says its ‘indulgent plant-based creations’ are ‘just as delicious as the real thing’ – guaranteed to satisfy the ‘sweetest of teeth’.
Vegan cake at Patisserie Valerie
Customers can choose from the Plant-Based Chocolate Cake, which consists of three layers of ‘rich chocolate’ sponge, layered with hand-piped ‘velvety rich chocolate plant-based cream’, and sprinkled with a chocolate sponge crumb.
A six-inch cake serves 10 portions and retails at £34.95. Larger cakes at eight inches (14 portions) are also available to order for £46.95.
Image credit: Patisserie Valerie
Lotus Biscoff Cake
For those not too keen on chocolate overload, Valerie Patisserie has also debuted a Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake.
“Made with a special plant-based recipe consisting of Lotus Biscoff cream sandwiched between three layers of soft vanilla sponge, this is a must for Biscoff fans,” the brand said in a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living.
The Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake is available in two sizes: six-inch (12 portion) for £34.95, and eight-inch (14 portions) for £46.95.
Both vegan offerings are available to order online for nationwide delivery.
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