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The Perfect Cake for Independence Day

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

How to Send a Cake to a Deployed SoldierSend a cake to somebody in the U.S., and we’ll send a second cake to a soldier serving overseas!

Independence Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by sending someone you love a deluxe chocolate brownie cake?

That’s a pretty delicious way to enjoy the holiday! But what if part of your order also went toward sending a second gourmet cake overseas to an active service soldier?

Just imagine — you could be celebrating your freedom this year by sending your thanks to a person that’s working to make it possible. You can’t beat that!

How It Works

When you purchase the Freedom Cake for a recipient here in the United States, Bake Me a Wish! in partnership with Soldiers’ Angels will deliver a gourmet cake to a soldier serving overseas.

The Freedom Cake features a decadent layer of deluxe chocolate brownie thickly coated in a smooth and creamy fudge frosting and adorned with sprinkles on top and bittersweet chocolate shavings on the sides.

This gourmet treat also includes a special card informing the recipient that a cake has been sent to a soldier in their name alongside an imprint of the American flag.

Head on over to our Freedom Cakes page to get started.

Know Somebody Serving Overseas?

If there’s a specific person you’d like to thank this Independence Day, you can also send a cake directly to a deployed military service member through our Operation: Birthday Cake program.

The cake doesn’t have to be for their birthday — it can be for any occasion of your choice. However, as an added bonus, 5% of your order will be contributed to the Operation: Birthday Cake program, which donates birthday cakes each month to our valued service men and women overseas.

Every soldier deserves a little something sweet on their special day, and you can help make it happen with your contributions.

Here’s to the men and women that protect our freedom everyday, and happy birthday, America!