The Royal Treatment: Sticky Toffee Pudding-inspired treats

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The beautiful Duchess of Cambridge and her royal baby bump

Due Date Announced
Hip, hip, hooray!
Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) has revealed that the due date for the birth of her second child is mid to late April (see article from Parent Dish here).

In honour of this news and the upcoming birth of Royal Baby #2, we at Mothers Love Cookies have designed a special Royal Cake Bar Gift Box available for a limited time via Yumbles.com and Etsy.com

New Flavour
Kate is said to love sticky toffee pudding (see article and recipe here) – just like so many of us, so we have developed a special recipe for a cake with all the syrupy sweetness of a traditional Sticky Toffee Pudding that also includes the magic ingredients (oats, brewer’s yeast, flaxseed) to help promote a healthy milk supply in nursing Mums. Truly exciting stuff!

We have worked hard to get everything just right for these special cake bars. They are sticky (tick), sweet (tick) and caramel-rich (tick, tick, tick). And I’ll tell you a little secret… if you pop them in the microwave for 10 short seconds, the homemade caramel frosting melts into ooey gooey deliciousness. In short, we have given these cakes the royal treatment.

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Sticky Toffee Yumminess

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So gooey

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I know you just want to dive right into that toffee sauce. No judgement here.

Sticky Toffee Cake Bars are available on Yumbles.com and Etsy.com from 1 April.

So, what do you think? Aren’t they gorgeous?

All the best,
Meg x

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