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BreadTalk Now Has Toilet Paper Cakes For Your Favourite Hoarders To Feast On

4th April 2020

Toilet paper cakes at BreadTalk

breadtalk toilet roll cake
Image credit: BreadTalk Singapore’s Facebook page

This is no April Fool’s joke, guys. BreadTalk now has toilet paper cakes for you to feast on with your favourite hoarders. These round cakes look just like the real deal, with white cream on the outside and a brown concave button on top. 

breadtalk toilet paper roll cake
Image credit: Tan Yang Chyi, Louis

The cakes are named ROFL, and comprise three layers of honey marble sponge layered with butter cream. Each of these edible “toilet paper rolls” go at $10, and they’re available only at three BreadTalk outlets: Sixth Avenue, Toa Payoh HDB Hub and Junction 8.  

If you’ve been going home to mountains of toilet paper, you might wanna consider getting this cake instead, to remind the whole family to take a step back in this season of frenzied supermarket sprees.

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BreadTalk delivery
Image credit: BreadTalk Singapore’s Facebook page

Aside from the ROFL cake, BreadTalk has also started offering free delivery services. You can choose from three sets of pastries, depending on what your family fancies. There’s a minimum order of five sets, so remember to jio your neighbours for this lobang too.

Set A ($10) comprises a Flosss bun, a Sausage Standard bun, a healthy Sunflower bun, an Apple Worm bun, and two Curry Chicken buns. 

Set B ($20) includes Wholemeal Toast, two Milky Way buns, two Sunflower buns, two Sausage Standard buns, two Original Cheese Steam Cakes, and two Otah Oleh buns. 

Set C ($26) is for those with a sweet tooth. This comes with a Dark Indulgence cake and a Boston Ball.

To order, all you need to do is call or drop a WhatsApp message to 8600 1129. You need to place your order by 6pm at least one day before the delivery date. The delivery period is 9am to 6pm, and you only get free delivery to one address.

For more sweet treats that you can get delivered to your house, check out The Golden Duck’s new Salted Egg Chocolate Bon Bon or LiHO Tea’s new fruity cheese teas!

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