MUJI now has whole cakes like Sweet Potato Roll, Spiced Pumpkin Cake & others you can pre-order

by Vera

When MUJI is mentioned, what comes to mind is often minimalistic, wood-forward accents that are simply a sight for sore eyes. I distinctly remember the hype surrounding MUJI’s first ever cafe when it was first unveiled — many gathered ’round for a taste of simple, clean, yet delectable Japanese home cooking.


Now, MUJI has once again upped the stakes with a new series of whole cakes that you can pre-order three days in advance and self-collect in stores. The new cakes can be enjoyed whole or by the slice, are available at their Plaza Singapura and Raffles City MUJI Cafe outlets.

Here’s a quick look at the flavours to expect:

Matcha Pear Roll (S$26, 500gm whole cake/S$6.90 per slice)

If there’s anything Singaporeans love apart from mala and bubble tea, it’s a good dose of matcha. This bittersweet sponge is crafted with matcha and filled with a smooth vanilla whipped cream.

Sweet Purple Potato and Chestnut Roll (S$33, 500g whole cake/S$8.90 per slice)

Photo: MUJI Cafe

I know a friend or two who’d jump at the idea of sweet potato reimagined into a roll cake. The slight sweetness is balanced out by the Chestnut’s mild roasted touch. This cake also contains alcohol, so it might be one to watch for the boozy buffs.

Coffee Burnt Cheesecake (S$53, only 1.2kg whole cake available)

Photo: MUJI Cafe

A perfect combination of bittersweet coffee cutting right through creamy, rich cheese.

Burnt Cheesecake (S$49, 1kg whole cake/S$6.90 per slice)

Speaking of cheesecakes, here’s a classic that hardly goes wrong.

Spiced Pumpkin Cake with Cheese Frosting (S$49, 1kg whole cake/S$6.90 per slice)

Think of this one as a pumpkin spiced latte constructed into a layered cake, complete with cream cheese frosting and whole walnuts for that extra crunch.

MUJI members enjoy 10% off these cakes, but only for payments that are made in stores.

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