LIST: Cakes Under P500 You Can Order On GrabFood And Foodpanda

You don't need to spend over a thousand pesos on a cake!

Yes, a handaan is never complete without cake, but you don't always need to be celebrating a special occassion to order this dessert. For whatever reason you want to buy a cake and you don't want to spend more than 500 pesos for it, these are the most affordable cakes you can order on GrabFood and Foodpanda:

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Big Al's Cookie Jar: Loaf Decadent Chocolate Cake (P440) 

Big Al's bestselling Loaf Decadent Chocolate Cake only costs P385! This no-frills, no-fuss cake tray is made with moist chocolate cake with a thick, smooth deep chocolate icing on top. They also have a Loaf Chocolate Caramel Cake that tops the chocolate cake with their signature caramel sauce, priced at P440.

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Chocolat Deep Dark Chocolate Cakes: Chocolate Caramel Cake (P450) 

If you don't have budget for Chocolat's bestselling Death By Tablea (P875), you can go with another of their bestselling cake: Chocolate Caramel. Priced at P450 for a 6-inch cake, this is made with moist chocolate cake with caramel swirls on top.

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Goldilocks: Greeting Cakes (P396) 

Celebrating a birthday at home? Goldilocks has 9-inch round greeting cakes for less than P400. This is available in three flavors: Pastel Blooms Mocha, Pastel Blooms Marble (with filling), and the Pastel Blooms Choco (with filling). Each of these cakes only cost P396!

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Kraver's Canteen: Tres Leches (P250) 

Kraver's Canteen has a brand called Cloud Cakes and Shakes which has a Tres Leches cake for only P250. This is a 3.6-inch x 4.5-inch cake made with airy sponge cake with evaporated milk, condensed milk, and topped with heavy cream.

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Le Sucre Lab: Chocolate Dreamcake (P485)

Remember tin can cakes? Le Sucre Lab's Chocolate Dreamcake was the one that started this trend. This is made with a moist chocolate cake, 64% dark chocolate ganache, chocolate goo, and a chocolate shard on top that's dusted with cocoa powder.

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Mary Grace Cafe: Black Velvet (P465) 

Mary Grace Café's cakes are a little more expensive compared to other mainstream cafés, but at least they have petite cakes that cost a lot less than their regular-sized cakes. If all you need is a cake that's good for 2-3 people, Mary Grace Café's petite Black Velvet is for you.

Priced at 465, this cake is made with layers of chocolate cake that are coated in delicious cream cheese frosting.

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Mom & Tina's Bakery Café: Brazo de Mercedes (P420) 

Looking for classic Brazo de Mercedes? Mom & Tina's Bakery Café has affordable cake rolls under P500, including Brazo de Mercedes which costs P420 for a half roll. They also have a Lemon Buttercreme Roll, Chocolate Buttercreme Roll, and Mocha Buttercreme Roll that have the same price.

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Red Ribbon Bakeshop: The Triple Chocolate Roll (P345) 

In the mood for Red Ribbon's Triple Chocolate Roll only costs P345 per roll! This is made with chocolate chiffon, coated and filled with milk chocolate icing, and topped with chocolate toppings.

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