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Cakepops, Cupcakes & Christmas!

Posted on: November 28, 2010

Howdy!

What a busy week it has been, lots of cakepops to do and Christmas orders have been streaming in too! My Christmas Eve deadline is looking more and more daunting by the minute, but we like a challenge and always thrive under pressure!

Today we are getting our mince pies and scone recipes perfected ready for the food festival next weekend, which I am really looking forward to, It promises to be VERY festive! see the link below for the exhibitors list if you live in the North West and fancy a festive day out next weekend! http://www.portsunlightchristmasfayre.com/exhibitor.php

Also this week we have been making our new delicious Christmas Cupcake ‘flavours of the month’: Strawberry, cream and Champagne Cupcakes, and Cookies and cream with mini-oreo decoration! See our website for more details www.angelscupcakes.co.uk

Anyway it’s back to the grindstone to get more stuff done, hopefully we will have lots of photos of the Food Fayre to post on here next week and don’t forget if you are in the area call in and see us and say hi! Don’t worry we are in a heated marquee so even if the weather is bad it will be worth braving it! chow for now! (by the way in case you think I’m thick, I know it’s ciao, but I like the food connotation of my spelling!) 🙂

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