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Welcome to cake eating company

About The Cake Eating Co.

The Cake Eating Company is a Christchurch based business which specializes in everything sweet. From gorgeous and grand wedding cakes to petit fours, chocolates and entremet cakes oozing with decadence and flavour.

Your special occasion is just as unique and individual as you are and as such I will work with you to ensure that your sweet tooth is indulged and satisfied. It is a pleasure and a passion to create a unique flavour combination that matches every individual.

We use only high quality fresh ingredients such as Tongan Vanilla, Belgian Chocolate, free range local eggs, locally grown raspberries and NZ fresh butter. Years of working in professional kitchens pays off, and you can taste it!

​Cakes and desserts are made to be indulgent and enjoyable. Creating memories for special occasions throughout your life. Let us help you create your newest memory through one of our delicious treats.

About Us -


At 8 years old I made a 3D mock up of my dream restaurant, complete with a business plan. 20 (or so) years later the place isn’t called ‘Jamie’s’, and unfortunately our staff aren’t paid $800/hr but my mum is still relegated to eating in the kitchen so at least one part of the plan happened. I started in kitchens at 16 and spent the next few years working in mains, desserts and chocolate before striking out on my own in a part time capacity post quake. A wee addition to the team in 2012 turned into making it a full time job and dragging in Kade in 2014. Team work makes me the main decorator, in charge of making things pretty and sparkly.


Married to the boss lady for 9 years Kade came aboard full time in 2014 when we transitioned to a full time business. With a background in customer service he is the friendly face you see out the front more often than not. If you drive up in a late 80’s square hatch back or anything bearing the BMW logo anticipate a lengthy conversation. An avid bread maker since way back you can find him scaling dough and, with intense focus, frying doughnuts.

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