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Cake or Death – brownies for me

Cake is life. Cake or Death are a vegan bakery which is based in Dalston, London and make the most delicious brownies, cakes and other sweet treats.

Cakes and brownies are commonly made from flour, sugar, butter, egg and other ingredients. However did you know? that the oldest form of cake was in fact made out of bread and has since been modified, covering a wide range of different ways to prepare from a simple lemon loaf to an elaborate chocolate cake.

What makes Cake or Death treats so special though from your traditional cakes is that all of her cakes and sweet treats are all vegan friendly meaning that no butter or eggs are used within her cakes.

I was gifted on a courtesy basis a box of her delicious moorish vegan brownies to sample within the comfort of my own home.

Cake or Death

Back in 2019 Katie the founder of Cake or Death decided to pop up in London with her own bakery but with a difference, as she just sells sweet treats which are all vegan friendly.

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Cutter & Squidge sell Biskies but what are they?

Cutter & Squidge are bakery who make and sell not just cakes but also Biskies but what are Biskies you might be asking?

I had the pleasure of finding out the other day when I was invited down to enjoy their latest festive Biskies for Christmas season.

Cutter & Squidge

Cutter & Squidge are London’s only 100% all natural bakery. They make everything from scratch and where possible use real British ingredients. Their eggs are always free range and their butter is always British creamery butter.

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Gin and cake lovers heaven – Fentimans Gin Bakery

The G&T season maybe over but Fentimans has bought to London it’s first UK pop up gin bakery which popped up for three days (21-23 September) in Portobello Road at Pearl & Groove Bakery. Continue reading

A need to feed – KNEAD Bakery and Coffee Paul Hollywood

Paul Hollywood has recently opened up KNEAD a Bakery and Coffee eatery in London Euston and I so needed to go along.  I was lucky enough to experience and taste the delicious treats at KNEAD before the general public as I won a competition to attend a press event back in September before the official opening. I won my spot with this “I KNEAD to come to feed on Paul’s seedy buns in return I will spread the word like a carrier pigeon dropping crumbs”.

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