It’s your turn! Bake it yourself biscuit kits coming very soon. Try your hand at making and decorating some Christmas biscuits – but beware, you might become as addicted to biscuits as we are!
We will have two kits available this Christmas – one to make your own edible advent calendar, including recipe and instructions, plus bags, tags and twine to present your biscuits in:
And a snowman and penguin biscuit kit, which also includes gift bags, tags and twine. Bake, decorate, and give (if you can!) a biscuit gift to your nearest and dearest:
It was my lovely little God-daughter Annabelle’s christening yesterday, and guess what, I was asked to bring cake. It’s a fair enough swap, her Mum has done us plenty of favours (like the street illustration we have as our website navigation bar). As the cake needed to travel from York to Canterbury, it needed to be simple. So here it is, a naked cake – carrot cake bottom layer with a maple buttercream, and lemon drizzle top tier with a lemon buttercream, covered in plenty of berries of course.
To make your own bunting cake topper download the printables below.
If you’d like to make your own chalkboard bunting cake topper I’ve made a printable for you. Just print and cut out the letters and numbers you need, and fold them over some twine or string, using a bit of glue to hold the ends together. Tie to some pretty straws and you have your very own DIY cake topper.
DOWNLOAD THE LETTERS
DOWNLOAD THE NUMBERS
Like these, Yoda would.
Star Wars biscuit party favour bags – 4 biscuits in a cute glassine bag, with a custom tag. Even Darth Vader is sweet.
We’ve started work on a brand spanking new website, and we’re very excited to say that Adam Crohill of Rock My Wedding fame will be doing the design-y webby stuff for us (that’s a technical term I’m sure). Of course he needed to understand our brand before starting work so we made these biscuits for him, which I’m reliably informed didn’t last long at all – designing must be hungry work.
It’s hard to be scared by these friendly little ghost biscuits! Available in our shop now
Our littlest sister turned 17. It’s hard to believe she’s old enough to drive, but we’re very much looking forward to lifts home from the pub
We made these sweet little 3d car biscuits from a standard car cookie cutter, and then made wheels with a small circle cutter and ‘glued’ them on with a bit of royal icing.
Oops! This biscuit had a little biscuit car bump!
Play with your food! Encourage your little horrors to get creative – draw monster bodies, add our biscuit body parts, play and eat. Great for Halloween, or a treat (not a trick) anytime.
In the shop now:
Our spooky sweet Halloween biscuits are a perfect treat for little monsters! All sets are available in our shop.
Sparkly table runner and Halloween decorations by The Sweet Hostess. I love the little spoons and treat bags – and the fans would make any Halloween party look amazing.
Our Halloween Biscuit Gift Set:
And the mini Halloween set:
The biscuits make thrilling place settings, sure to raise a squeal!
We made these Paris themed biscuits for a very lucky boyfriend who was being surprised with a trip to France. The Eiffel Tower biscuits are perfectly complimented by the funny ‘oh la la’ captions in royal icing!
You can’t beat a bit of flower power – these sweet flower biscuits would give anyone a bit of sugary power!