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A sweeter way to bag your sweethearts: through cakes and goodies



There is nothing more endearing than sumptuous gifts like cakes and other small sweet goodies such as cupcakes, muffins, pastries, to linger the heart of your sweethearts. The delicious flavour, the lip-smacking creamy frost and the unsurpassed designer decoration will leave your loved ones spellbound. Chocolates have become a mainstream thing for gifting your loved ones because cakes are a favourite amongst both men and women.
People are now taking professional classes to bake different types of cakes like travel cakes, cakes with various flavours, fondant cakes, etc. Gifting a basket full of cupcakes, muffins, pastries and self-baked cakes is the best gift you can give to your sweetheart. From Valentine’s Day to birthdays and to anniversaries, every day is a reason to celebrate with your loved ones with goodies and cakes.
There always few important days in your life, which you might tend to forget due to workload, like your every month anniversary. You might just forget to buy a gift or wish your partner the same, for girls these days are supposed to be the most important days of their life. Cakes will always be of help, you can make it up to them by carrying a cake for them on your way back home or simply baking it for them. I don’t think someone can say NO to a lip-smacking and creamy (not always) cake. You can always make their day by giving them their favourite goodies. If your partner has a sweet tooth, you can always give them a bag full of sweets, not the basic and the traditional ones but muffins, chocolates and pastries would be the best option. Cakes and small sweet goodies, act as a blessing when it comes to sooth your sweet cravings.
Being a cake lover, I would always prefer getting cakes rather chocolates on my special day from my partner. Cakes are no more just a thing for the younger generation but nowadays, the older generations also love to get such surprises on their special days. One of your parents might be the overdramatic and romantic ones, always trying to pamper their other half. You can always go for part-time or full-time classes, to learn the art of baking these beautiful cakes.

If your partner isn’t a cake lover, you can always treat them not just basic cakes but, cupcakes, flavoured cheesecakes, muffins, jar cakes, etc. In the Indian diaspora, baking and pastry schools are constantly increasing; you can go join the nearest one if you’re a cake lover for a diploma in bakery and confectionery. You can also pamper your sweethearts with this fluffly, sumptuous and mouthwatering sweets. Cakes and goodies are no more only for celebrations but you can also treat yourself with cakes on normal days. Always remember, if your partner has a sweet tooth, cakes and these small goodies are going to be the best way to their heart.

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