Goldbelly will deliver the most festive dessert ever with the Christmas PieCaken

The Piecaken for the holidays. Image via Goldbelly
The Piecaken for the holidays. Image via Goldbelly /

Did you miss out on the Thanksgiving PieCaken from Chef Zac Young? Do you want to experience the dessert version of the iconic TurDucken? Then have no fear, because Goldbelly is reminding us that there is a Christmas PieCaken available right now!

That’s right Guilty Eaters, there is a festive PieCaken available for delivery in time for Christmas from Goldbelly. And it is EVERYTHING!

Like this thing is a visual masterpiece of holiday colors and flavors, made even more special by the fact that the Goldbelly Christmas PieCaken is a limited edition dessert that can easily feed 8 to 12 guests.

What exactly is the Christmas PieCaken from Goldbelly? And how much are we prepared to drop on this epic dessert dish for the holiday season?

Goldbelly makes holiday magic happen by delivering the Christmas PieCaken to our doors

The Christmas Piecaken is available for shipping on Goldbelly /

First let’s start with what exactly is the Christmas PieCaken. According to the description on the Goldbelly website,

"The spectacular PieCaken features 4 of the best-selling products of the holiday all in one — pecan pie, eggnog cheesecake, and red velvet cake layered together with amaretto buttercream and topped with sweet and tart cherry pie filling."

Seriously, this is the ultimate dessert mashup and we are here for it. From the pecan pie to the cheesecake to the red velvet cake, every layer is something we would eat all on its own. So I am truly fascinated by the idea of bringing them all together.

And if you want to get your hands on this masterpiece, then you may be wondering how much this will cost you. At $99 plus free shipping, the Christmas PieCaken is the most fascinating creation for a holiday dessert we could think to serve this season.

Next. This holiday season stuff your stockings with Chocolove chocolates. dark

But what do you think fellow Guilty Eats readers? Are we intrigued by the Christmas PieCaken? Would you serve this to your guests? We want to know.