Modak cake is sweetness redefined. Though it looks like the favourite sweet of Bappa, the Modak, it is actually a cake. Considerably popular in India, Modak is a household name, and so Modak cake is also in the race to be one. However, do not be baffled by the name; it is not in the flavour of the sweet Modak. Instead, it is available in all cake flavours, specially rabdi, ras malai, mango, green apple and Kaju Katli.
Modak Cake Designs
The most unique part about the modak cake is its design. The one-of-a-kind dome shape reminds you of the favourite sweet you used to consume as a child. Moreover, it also looks yellow but is full of surprises, both in flavours and in looks.
Green Modak Cake
This one is the surprise cake we have kept hidden for you. Prepared in the coolest flavour of Indian appetizers, paan, this cake is a blast of freshness. Adorned with sweet edible pearls, tutti frutti, saunf, and sweet supari, this is a perfect dessert for welcoming Bappa. Moreover, the sponginess of the cake and the paan icing gel so well together that it is currently one of our best sellers.
Rabdi Modak Cake
Rabdi flavour cakes are raging because we know we love our sweets. So, hereby we present one more variety of rabdi cake as one of our specialties. The base of the cake has been kept soft, fluffy and is infused with rich rabdi flavour. Some vanilla flavour is also added, which helps the rabadi flavour to come out. It is then stuffed with dry fruits, Kaju, and coconut shavings. Rich rabdi flavour buttercream covers it, and almond pieces make it wholesome.
Eggless Modak Cake
Often, we use modak cakes in pujas and celebrations, and we are in dire need of eggless cakes. In such times, the CakExpo eggless modak cakes come to the rescue. It is a seamless blend of modak and a cake made in multiple flavours of pineapple, mango, strawberry, butterscotch, falooda and much more. It also houses nuts and coconut, which locks in the traditional flavour of a modak.
Modak Cake Price
Modak cake is mostly bought during Ganpati puja but is available all around the year. So, if Ganesh Chaturthi is not around and you are craving some Modak cake, you can visit CakExpo’s website and place an order for one. Also, the prices won’t burn a hole in your pocket because we sell 500 gms of Modak cake for only Rs. 700 – Rs. 900 and 1kg ones for Rs. 1200.
What is the shape of the Modak?
Flattened rice dough's edges are folded, pleated, and curled to create the lovely fluted dumpling known as a modak. Modak can also take on a variety of shapes. Similar to Karanji and Gujiya, you can create them with fluted petals or even in the shape of a half-moon.
Are modak healthy?
Yes, except for the calories, modaks are healthy and have numerous health benefits. Since the filling is prepared using ghee, it is believed to support bowel movement and aid in the lining of the stomach growing stronger. A lot of dietary fibre is also present in the additional coconut, which is beneficial for a healthy digestive tract.