Since starting blogging eating out has become a little different to how it used to be.
We go to quite a few restaurant reviews and so obviously pictures need to be taken and sometimes it takes a little longer than the kids would like.
We went to review afternoon tea at sketch last week I was having a real problem as I only had my phone and the lightly was very dim.
I think number three had had enough of me messing about with these cakes by the little photobomb!
With our anniversary only a week away I was so happy to be asked by the fabulous Baker Days to review their ingenious letter box cakes. There was a large range of designs to choose from and lots of yummy flavours. I opted for a personalised cake so that I could have one of our wedding pictures on the top.
When I first read that the cake would be sent in the post and simply popped thought the letterbox I must admit I was a little sceptical on what it would look like on arrival. I was amazed that when I opened the box and the pretty tin it was presented it there was a lovely, perfectly intact cake inside.
The image covered the entire cake and not just a topper like you normally get. It was perfect for a reminder of our special day.
We are a greedy family but this would easily give you four good sized portions. The cake itself was soft and moist and the icing was wonderfully sweet.
I will definitely be using Bakerdays in the future and would be very interested in trying out the personalised cupcakes as I find these a good option for children’s birthday parties as they save on the fuss of party bags.
If you would like to try one of these great letterbox cakes for yourself then click here to enter.
I was given this product by Bakerdays to review and all my opinions are an honest view of what I thought.
Since starting my blog I have found a new found love of photography. I have even been looking into course to really get to know what I’m doing.
I had even considered a bit of a career change into photography.
That was until I tried to take some special pictures of the kids for Fathers Day!
Number one and two outright refused number fours came out ok, and as you can see number three and five were a disaster!!
Trying to get number five to sit like an angel whilst holding a card was never really going to happen and the bright idea of number two lying on the floor to depict her flying away with a balloon looked more like I should have been drawing a chalk line around her!!
I had better get on that course and hope for some better ones next year!