Cake guide and prices

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I love baking cakes and take pride in producing moist, flavourful cakes that I am confident you will enjoy.

I have very high standards and only allow cakes to leave my kitchen when these are met both in terms of decoration and quality of the cake. I always use good quality ingredients including butter and locally sourced free range eggs. I also use Belgian dark and white chocolate and preserves with higher fruit content for extra flavour.

Sponge Cakes

Here is a selection of the most popular moist, light sponge cakes

  • Vanilla sponge filled with vanilla buttercream and jam
  • Chocolate sponge with chocolate buttercream
  • Chocolate mud cake with chocolate buttercream
  • Chocolate and orange with chocolate buttercream
  • Red Velvet with cream cheese buttercream or white chocolate buttercream
  • Lemon sponge filled with lemon buttercream and my own homemade lemon curd. 
  • Orange sponge filled with orange buttercream and my own homemade orange curd
  • Other flavoured sponges and fillings are also available on request, just ask

Fruit cakes

  • Moist, rich fruit cakes containing brandy soaked fruit 

these require more advanced notice so they mature for a few weeks to ensure they are at their very best.

Prices

  • Wedding cakes start from £250 for a simply decorated 3 tier cake. 
  • Celebration Cakes from £45
  • Novelty Cakes from £55
  • Plain Cupcakes with a swirl of frosting from £1.50 each with min order of 12
  • Character / themed cupcakes from £2.00 each min 6
  • Macarons from £1.50
  • Hand piped decorated cookies from £2.00
  • Cake Toppers from £25

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