When it comes to Christmas feasts, there are a few essentials. A leg of ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, green bean casserole… And of course, no feast is complete without some dessert. What better way to end the party on a sweet note than with some of the most exquisite Christmas log cakes in Singapore? Here are 15 Christmas log cakes that you can order online and have it delivered to your doorstep!
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has three new Christmas log cakes on debut this festive season. The Caramel Gianduja Hazelnut Christmas Train ($72) is shaped like a train and will no doubt impress all your guests. Savour the rich layers of chocolate hazelnut genoise, hazelnut gianduja mousse, orange cream, caramel milk creme, sticky caramel nougat and chocolate feuilletine. For boozy options, check out the Hojicha Rum Chestnut Pear Log Cake ($72) which uses fresh pears poached in Hojicha and notes of vanilla, chestnut and rum. Last but not least, the Ruby Berry Hibiscus Yule Log Cake ($72) is a bright pink Christmas-sy cake featuring an almond genoise, strawberry chocolate mousse and aromatic hibiscus flower mousse.
InterContinental Singapore never fails to impress our eyes and tastebuds with their log cake offerings, and this year is no exception. The Bûche de Noel Chocolate ($98) is made with a moist chocolate sponge layered with bitter-sweet chocolate cream and chocolate crunch for an touch of crisp. If you prefer something nutty, check out the Heritage Chestnut Christmas Log ($98). Chestnut sponge cake is layered with premium Tahitian vanilla and chestnut cream and berries compote. Lastly, the Signature Forest Cherries Yule Log ($98) reveals layers of impressive flavours – dark chocolate mousse with spiced cherry confit and Kirsch mousse.
Baker’s Brew is here to impress this holiday season with the exquisite Hazelnut Rocher Yule Log Cake ($48.80). A decadent and elegant hazelnut chocolate log cake, lavishly coated with milk chocolate and crushed almonds. Topped with golden dollops of praline whipped cream, along with a sprinkling of gold flakes. Those who love a good old rich chocolate cake will surely not be disappointed here!
St. Regis Singapore has four different types of log cakes for this Christmas. These include the signature St. Regis Log Cake ($85), which features a moist chocolate sponge and chocolate crunchy base enveloped with gianduja mousse and chocolate hazelnut cremeux. New on the menu is the Opalys Mango Calamansi Log Cake ($80), which delights with tangy and fruity notes of mango and calamansi, balanced out with creamy opalys mousse. Other impressive log cakes to check out this year include the Chocolate Decadence Log Cake ($75) and Coconut Pineapple Log Cake ($80).
The Marmalade Pantry has two Christmas log cake selections this year. The Tangy Lemon Pistachio Log Cake ($68) is light and fluffy with a lemon white chocolate truffle core and pistachio frosting rolled with a vanilla sponge. Or, tuck into the decadent Classic Chocolate Truffle Log Cake ($68) that’s made with a 60% dark chocolate truffle core, chocolate sponge dipped in melted chocolate ganache and whipped cream.
Ring in the Christmas season with JW Marriott Singapore South Beach’s two different log cakes. The Forest Berry Yoghurt Log Cake ($78) combines a mix of colour and fruity flavours from the purple berry sponge, red fruit crunchy base, fruit of the forest compote, and light red fruit yoghurt mousse. Or feast your eyes (and mouths) with the boozy 64% Manjari Rum Raisin Log Cake ($78) where pillowy flourless chocolate sponge is paired with Myers rum chocolate ganache, rum-infused raisins, and Valrhona 64% Manjari chocolate mousse.
Halal-certified Annabella Patisserie has five different log cake flavours for this Christmas. The Salted Caramel Log Cake ($80) – a soft vanilla sponge cake filled with chantilly cream and salted caramel and even includes five macarons as decorations! Or, the Chocolate Log Cake ($80) made with chocolate sponge cake, whipped chocolate ganache and dark chocolate ganache is sure to win over traditionalists. Add some colour to your party with the Ispahan Log Cake ($80) that’s layered almond sponge, lychee mousse, crunchy feuilletine, raspberry jelly and rose curd, or Black Forest Log Cake ($80) If you prefer smaller sizes, the Chocolate Truffle Log Cake ($60) weighs 500g and would suit smaller groups.
Keeping things traditional, PAUL uses French flour, butter, and chocolate in their log cakes to ensure that they are as authentic as they can be. You can choose between two different sizes and three flavours: Nuts Over You ($42, $69) a sponge cake generously coated with milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts. Within it are silky layers of French chocolate ganache, while the exterior is a crunchy texture. The Christmas Forest Log Cake ($39, $65) is specially made in France. Enjoy vanilla and pecans embedded within the light sponge cake and it is intricately decorated with edible Christmas décor made with dark and milk French chocolate. Last but not least, the crowd-favourite Yuzu Meringue Log ($39, $65) is back – complete with zesty lemon curd and yuzu marmalade. The creamy lemon butter cream in between layers of Joconde sponge balances out with crunchy meringue.
Goodwood Park Hotel presents a captivating repertoire of festive savouries and sweets to enjoy at home celebrations, to feast with colleagues or to delight as gifts! Inspired by Christmas in the tropics, the Festive Tropicana Log Cake ($91.59) will unravel layers of surprises. Sitting atop a crisp base of hazelnut croustillant, the invigorating pineapple-vanilla confit with pineapple chunks add a refreshing, citrusy touch while the subtlety of the sea salt caramel mousse plays off the rich Valrhona chocolate mousse and sponge perfectly. On the other hand, the whimsical Beary Merry Yule Log ($91.59) puts a twist on the quintessential yuletide log, showcasing an alluring combination of luscious maple mascarpone, apple mousse and tangy cranberry confit, set atop a nutty Pain de Gênes base and a thin layer of crumbly streusel.
Make it a Christmas to remember with Alice Boulangerie’s elegantly designed log cake ($91). Beautifully-constructed moist chocolate flourless sponge is layered with chocolate mud biscuit, an exotic fruit crémeux, caramelised banana, and hazelnut praline crunch, then topped with an adorable 3D squirrel made from orange dark chocolate mousse.
Bring home some of that Christmas cheer with The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore's delectable festive offerings, which includes the Chocolate Yule Log Cake ($98) which is baked with orange marmalade, milk chocolate ganache, Valrhona dulcey crunchy pearls. For something less traditional, you can also check out their Christmas Wreath Cake ($98) which comes with cranberry, sour cream, rosemary and topped with cream cheese frosting.
Gin Thye currently has an Ondeh Ondeh Christmas Log Cake ($28/38) for this holiday season. Filled with the mild flavour of pandan and gula melaka, the cake is also topped by four mini Christmas decorations. Other log cake flavours this year include the Orange Peel Chocolate Christmas Log Cake ($28/38) and Lychee Martini Christmas Log Cake ($28/38). They come in two sizes – 500 grams or 1kg.
Looking for something different from the usual chocolate treats? Four Seasons has two unique log cake flavours waiting for you. Get a taste of the Chestnut Blackcurrant Rum Yule Log ($98). The meticulously designed cake consists of cassis gelee enwrapped by rum chestnut mousse and layered with dark chocolate feuilletine. The outer layer is dressed with white chocolate mirror glaze and chestnut streusel and candied chestnuts. Or, go for the Manjari Chocolate Hazelnut Royaltine and Amarena Cherry Yule Log ($98). Rolling two all-time favourite Yule log flavours into one, this heavenly masterpiece is bound to bring wide smiles of pleasure with decadent dark chocolate and sumptuous cherry.
Swensen’s presents its range of ice cream log cakes for Christmas 2022. Bestsellers include the Enchanted Christmas Holiday Ice Cream Cake ($59) – black forest ice cream and chocolate ice cream with dark cherries on top as well as the Santa’s Secret Ice Cream Cake ($59) which is comprised of rocky road and salted butterscotch crumble topped with chocolate balls and almonds.
For this holiday season, Emicakes has six different log cake flavours: the D24 and Heavenly MSW which features durian in a chiffon filling, Truffle Sparkle ($43.10) with chocolate mousse and chocolate decorations and which also comes in an eggless version. If you’re craving for something fruity, go for Mango Desire or Peach Mango Wishes. At 800g they are among the cheapest log cakes we’ve encountered this year!