Patisserie Valerie was founded by Theophile Vermeirsch, who was born in Antwerp in 1898. He came to London with his family as refugees in WWI and worked as a pastry chef. In 1926, he opened the first Patisserie Valerie in Soho, London. Today Patisserie Valerie comprises of 29 restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
The British bakery manufacturer has creates two new vegan cakes for nationwide delivery across the UK specifically for Veganuary.
The impressive Chocolate Cake consists of three layers of rich chocolate plant-based sponge, layered with hand-piped chocolate plant-based cream and sprinkled with a chocolate sponge crumb.
A 6” cake serves 10 portions and is £34.95, while the 8” cake serves 14 portions and is £46.95.
Patisserie Valerie also partnered with Lotus to create the perfect indulgence for special occasions, made with a special plant-based recipe consisting of Lotus Biscoff cream sandwiched between three layers of soft vanilla sponge.
A 6” cake serves 12 portions and is £34.95, whereas the 8” cake serves 14 portions and is £46.95
Both cakes are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. All Patisserie Valerie cakes are baked fresh, then frozen and packed with dry ice to protect appearance during transport and to ensure they remain fresh for your special occasion.
Cakes are available for nationwide next day home delivery, or available on Click & Collect from your local cake shop.