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15 Quirky & Weird Cake Flavours that You have to Try

Let’s dive into a world of unconventional, exotic and equal parts weird and wonderful cake flavours!

While we agree that the classic cake flavours like – vanilla, chocolate, butterscotch, red velvet and black forest – are delicious, there are times when we crave for something different, something exotic! For those times when you’re feeling adventurous, we’ve got quirky flavours to try.

Which of these cake flavours do you think you will try? And, which ones will you give a pass? Let us know in the comments below.

1. Lemon Beer Cake

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You’ve probably heard bakers using alcohol to add moistness in sponge cakes. Mostly, alcohol is used for chocolate cakes. Adding beer to lemon cakes adds amazing light fruity flavour and moisture to the sponge. Zingy, fruity and light – this is indeed a refreshing cake.

2. Sweet Potato Brownies


If you haven’t tried them yet, you’re definitely missing it. Take our word on it – you’ll never know the difference, until the baker tells you. Gluten free, vegan and sugar-free, these are one batch of brownies that you can indulge without feeling any guilt over messing your diet.

3. Matcha Cake


If you fancy a trip to Japan, this is the closest you can get in this Covid-19 lockdown era. Matcha is a bitter green tea powder, native to Japan. Rich in anti-oxidants, you can now enjoy this unique flavour in your cake. Pair it with delicate royal icing and you’ve got a unique flavour that melts in your mouth.

4. Chocolate Beetroot Cake


The additional of beetroot shavings to a regular chocolate cake makes it extremely moist and super flavourful. Though not a weird flavour, we can bet that this cake will give your regular chocolate cake a run for the money.

5. Tahini Cake


Now, we’re moving to the weird side. Tahini is a staple in Greek cuisine. It’s made with sesame seeds. Adding tahini to a cinnamon, cloves, orange cake is absolutely divine and certainly not for the less adventurous eaters.