• Danny Joyce

Cupid's Selection at Alaska Bakes

This Valentine’s Day why not scrap the usual box of chocolates and treat them to something a little different. This year Alaska Bakes have teamed up with Cupid himself and selected a delicious range of their baked goods that they just know will go down a treat with your special Valentine.

This years Valentine’s Treat Box comes with a single red rose. Your treats come in one of Alaska Bakes Kraft gift boxes, hand tied with a Valentine ribbon & if requested a special handwritten message from you to that special Valentine. This special gift box is only €30 and will contain the following…

One of Alaska Bakes famous Cinnamon Rolls 


One of the new Double Chocolate CinnaTubs topped with a fresh strawberry especially just for Valentine’s Day

Two Red Velvet mini loaves (you will just need to trust me on this, these are to die for!)

3x Triple Chocolate Cookies & 3x White Chocolate & Cranberry Cookies  (Allergens: Wheat, Dairy, Egg, Soya)


There will be Limited Availability on this product. Please be sure to place your order early to avoid disappointment! Alaska Bakes will close ordering when they have fulfilled their maximum quotas. Please read the collection and delivery schedule very carefully... Collection in Rathnew: Orders can be collected from the Rathnew bakery on Sunday 13th and Monday 14th February between 12pm - 4pm please let Alaska Bakes know in the notes when placing your order, what day you wish to collect. And please do endure to select the correct collection location. Collection at Spawell Carpark Dublin 6W: Orders can be collected from this pick up point on Sunday 13th between 3pm - 4pm Please endure to select the correct collection location. Local delivery: included free  - Rathnew - Ashford - Glenealy & Wicklow Town. Note: any orders placed for local delivery outside of the set out areas will not be delivered. Local deliveries will take place on Monday 14th February 8am - 2pm Visit Alaska Bakes website to place an order. Visit their Facebook & Instagram for updates.


Slán go fóill,

Danny