February 20, 2019

Wild Cakes *Review*


When I was little, I loved anything that was a) scented and b) collectable. And Wild Cakes are just that – with the added element of cuteness thrown in too!  Wild Cakes are not just cute cakes…the cakes are also home to the sweetest little fluffy animals too, each with their own name and own scent.  What more could a little girl want!?

Wild Cakes

Disguised as a selection of different yummy cakes, in each one you will find a soft plush animal to love and make your new best friend!

There are 12 to collect but today,  I will be sharing with you two Wild Cakes that we have added to our collection of soft plush toys at home.  Miss W loves playing with her soft bears or dolls so this was perfect for her, as they are really a cute toy with a secret surprise of a hidden animal inside.

Our two wild cakes - chocolate cake and fruit tart

Our two Wild Cakes

Bunny Chocco Cake

What you think may be a piece of chocolate cake, in actual fact is Bunny.  Bunny is a super cute rabbit who smells just a little bit like chocolate – yum!

Miss W kissing the Bunny Chocco Cake Rabbit

Kisses for Bunny Chocco Cake

Fruit Tart Timmy

Inside this delicious looking fruit tart, who will find a sweet little kitten that goes by the name Timmy.  And give that fruit tart a wiff, because the smell of strawberries is good!

Miss W opening Fruit Tart Timmy from the Wild Cakes range

Miss W opening Fruit Tart Timmy


Her face says it all - finding Time inside her Wild Cakes!

Her face says it all – finding Time inside her Wild Cakes!

What we love about Wild Cakes

Miss W really loved opening these and was surprised to see a little cute animal inside each Wild Cake.  They really are lovely and a great size to carry around or store on a bed or sofa (which means more room to buy more right!?)  I think the selling point for these is really the fact that each cake holds a surprise that you can pop in and out when you wish.  For me, I also think that anything collectable is also appealing to any child.  If they can get their hands on more, why wouldn’t they!  But with only 12 to collect and the fact that you can see which cake it is inside the packaging, means that there is no doubling up as is the case with blind bags!

Back of packaging showing the 12 wild cakes to collect

12 Wild Cakes to collect

The furry little animals can easily pop back inside the cake with a bit of squishing down and you can then seal the cake back up with the use of some velcro.  And voila – you’d be none the wiser there was a little furry friend inside.  Surprisingly, my nearly 2 year old son Baby K loves these too and often plays with them.

Overall, we were really impressed with our two Wild Cakes and can see why they are selling off the shelves!

Wild Cakes are available from Claires Accessories  and are priced at £12 each.

*This is a collaborative post.  I was gifted two wild cakes in exchange for this review*


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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

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