The Best Places to Order Desserts Online

Because desserts make (almost) everything better.

Aside from all the sumptuous dishes prepped-that means it's time to treat yourself to some delicious desserts. After all, there's no better way to cap the holidays off with a combo of Champagne and sweets.

With all the many shops on social media, there's really no shortage of dessert makers around the city. On this list, however, we've put together online stores with standalone sites and convenient payment methods for those who can't be bothered with messaging and bank transfers. From cakes and ice cream to truffles and macarons, these are the best places to buy desserts online (last-minute purchases welcome).

Aperitif

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Aperitif may have singlehandedly started the whole grazing table craze, but the caterer hasn't stopped there. For the holidays, Aperitif has a chocolate chip cookie box, red velvet triple fudge cake, triple chocolate fudge cake, macarons, and more.

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Big Al's Cookie Jar

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Want a no-fail dessert? Consider Big Al's Cookie Jar which Spot considers to be the best chocolate cake in the city. The decadent chocolate cake is available in four sizes: loaf, junior, birthday, and party. While you're at it, try the shop's other offerings like the chocolate caramel cake, butter caramel cake, cookies, or ice cream.

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Bizu

Bizu needs no introduction. With the patisserie's site, you can get whole meals (and more) for the holidays. Then, there are Bizu's Christmas offerings which include truffle pyramids, rocher cake, fruitcake, chocolate bars, and cake pops, to name a few. The real highlights, however, are the croquembouche tower, macaron tower, and madeleine tower.

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Kumori

Yup, Kumori has a site you can easily shop through. Even better, the Japanese bakery and cafe has a bunch of new stuff out for the holidays. Right now, Kumori has two collabs: a charcoal bun with BLK 513, and the Okinawa milk tea cup with Serenitea which will surely bring something interesting to your table. Don't forget Kumori's best-selling Japanese-style cheesecakes, too.

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Naked Patisserie

Dessert designer Christian Mark Jacobs's intricate and decadent cake creations are loved by celebrities and many other personalities. Known for his naked cakes, Jacobs has expanded to launched his online store so you can order savory or sweet dessert spreads, as well as cakes and pastries.

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The Sugar-Free Bakery

Dessert doesn't always have to be sweet. Thanks to The Sugar-Free Bakery, you can have a much healthier holiday. Order one of the gift crates for family and friends (plus yourself) for treats such as a cranberry medley loaf, vegan black sesame baguettini, vegan focaccia bread, six-grain snowflake biscotti, sugar-free black mirror, vegan co-co-co peanut butter spread, merry berry marmalade, cheese kris krinkles, red velvet cookies, Christmas morning muffin, English scone, and midnight surprise cookies.

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Wildflour Café + Bakery

You can always count on Wildflour for the best pastries and desserts. With Wildflour To-Go, you can prepare for Christmas morning, merienda, and late-night snacks too. We'd go with the assorted cronuts, honey cake, and chocolate chip cookies to celebrate.

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This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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