Monday, September 6, 2010

Basketful Of Wishes

Aidil Fitri often beckons the many gestures of giving and sharing. It's the one time of the year many hearts turn tender and sharing becomes an automatic response of the moment. Whilst Ramadhan teaches us to reach for the needy and the unfortunate, Aidil Fitri welcomes us to celebrate them and the people we love with sweet treats. Hence, the customary tradition of serving cakes and cookies with sweet beverages to the guests.

There are times when too much of a good thing becomes the least good for you and even worse for the older folks. Therefore, one needs to exercise a little bit of discretion in choosing what to bring and give. The best gifts would be ones you bake and make yourself but not many of us are granted the time to do so. The next best alternative is to have "wizcakes" with you. Made from low fat ingredients, each cake has alkaline water equivalent to mountain water as the base of its concoction. You can opt for an even healthier version, if you choose to have the vegetarian version of our chocolate fudge cake. The best thing about our line of cakes is that they can be stored in the freezer for more than 6 months. So just stock up and whenever the occasions call for them, all you need to do is to take them out and thaw before serving and savouring them.

As an act of sharing and giving this Aidil Fitri, wizcakes would like to offer the promotional pack of 2 cakes for 30rgt. Each cake weighs roughly about 400gm each. They are baked in paper moulds with flower decorations on the side and lastly wrapped daintily with  doilies and  ribbons to further enhance the "homemade" feel to the gift. There are two flavours, vanilla chocolate swirl and choc fudge choc. I can only bake so much so you do need to make haste and book your cakes now. Minimal order is a pack of two RM30. This promotion will continue on till the end of Syawal.

I wish only the best of Aidil Fitri for you, and may you reach your destinations safe and sound in the warmth of your family's embrace.

Take care, take lots of pictures and take to heart the beautiful experience of "Balik Kampung"

Warmest regards and maaf zahir dan batin



Anonymous said...

but I think the Doyles u referred to are doilies?
unless Doyles is the name of the brand of your doilies

wizcakes said...

Hi Anonymous!

Exactly they are doilies. Thank you for correcting me.