Scotland’s Bad Girl Bakery has expanded into Inverness city centre with the launch of a Cake & Coffee Caravan.

The caravan will serve a range of the bakery’s cakes and gourmet doughnuts alongside coffee and hot chocolate.

The selection will change daily to make the most of seasonal ingredients but items such as crème brûlée doughnuts, cherry cheesecake brownies, and apple cinnamon doughnuts, all sold out within a few hours of opening on the days when the caravan was tested.

The retro-style aluminium caravan was built to order and will be based in Falcon Square from 10am to 5pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays into the spring.

“The response to the trial weekend of the Cake & Coffee Caravan has been phenomenal. We sold out around 400 cakes by lunchtime each day so we know there’s an appetite for our produce in Inverness. We’re really enjoying meeting fellow cake fans and are looking forward to a busy few months,” said Jeni Hardie, owner of Bad Girl Bakery.

The bakery and café first opened in Muir of Ord in 2017 and in October this year won a 2018 Highlands & Islands Food & Drink Award that recognises innovative businesses that help put the region on the map.