what’s been happening this week…


We had a great weekend, with a couple of birthday celebrations and we made tons of birthday cakes. Arianna celebrated her 18th birthday with us (happy birthday!) on Saturday and all the girls came fully dressed up in amazing vintage dresses and with the most beautiful hair do’s. We baked a vegan vanilla cake for Ranvir, decorated with animals and stars and vegan cupcakes decorated with planes. We’ve made several cakes for this family now and poor little Ranvir is very allergic to egg and dairy and they are so grateful whenever we make them cakes and tell us how much it means to them to have cake that is safe for him to eat. It’s things like this that really make our job so worthwhile and is what bake-a-boo is all about – having something for everyone!

We also made a delicious victoria sponge with fresh berries on top for a joint birthday celebration for some lovely 2 year olds. Check out our Instagram if you want to see more of our cakes

On Saturday evening one of the belles, Alison, hosted an amazing charity dinner at bake-a-boo to raise money for an important piece of equipment for the Whittington Hospital, we are so honoured to be able to help towards this. The evening was Italian inspired and we spent the whole evening snacking on the most amazing food they created. Now that we have been introduced to aranchini (risotto balls) there is no turning back!

We were also visited by a small film crew from a new website which isn’t live yet. They spent the afternoon filming a couple of fun details from bake-a-boo. Once it’s online we will of course let you know, speaking of TV, we also sent out some gluten free cupcakes this week to the Mr Selfridge production team, we hope they enjoyed them.

We are gearing up to a very busy weekend coming up at bake-a-boo – lots of lovely people to celebrate we are getting ready to make lots of cakey dreams come true.

We hoe to see you there!

Love from the bake-a-boo belles xx

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