Catering to demand for sweet treats to celebrate the crowning of King Charles III on 6 May, bakeries have unveiled the likes of coronation cakes, doughnuts, waffles, brownies, and more.

We’ve already covered a selection of royal-themed NPD rolled out by supermarkets, as well as some limited-edition savoury items created by bakers to revel in over the bank holiday weekend.

Now comes a mouthwatering glimpse at the desserts and sweet treats on offer from bakers to mark this historic occasion:


King’s Coronation Cake by Patisserie Valerie

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The King’s Coronation Cake

King’s Coronation Cake, Patisserie Valerie

Patisserie Valerie has unveiled two regal options for celebrations over the bank holiday.

The King’s Coronation Cake (£45.95) features sponge layered with fresh cream and decorated with red, white and blue Swiss meringue buttercream, a chocolate crown, and golden macarons.

The Mini Coronation Cake Box (£36.95) contains three Victoria sponges with fresh cream and raspberry jam, alongside three blueberry & lemon sponges topped with chocolate crowns.

They’re both available for next-day home delivery nationwide.


The Windsor Waffle by Creams Cafe

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The Windsor Waffle

Windsor Waffle, Creams Cafe

Creams Cafe is giving customers the royal treatment with its new coronation-inspired dessert, available until the 31 May.

The new Windsor Waffle (£8.95, dine-in or takeaway / £9.95, delivery) is drizzled with white chocolate sauce, mango coulis and white chocolate blossoms, and topped with a scoop of coconut gelato, a milk chocolate crown and crispy wafer.


An Earl Grey Longboy

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Earl Grey Longboy

Coronation Trio, Longboys

Longboys has unveiled a special trio (£4.50) of its hand-rolled long doughnut featuring three classic British flavours to coincide with coronation celebrations.

These include the Victoria Sponge Longboy with raspberry compote and white chocolate cream; the Trifle Longboy with red fruit compote, vanilla custard, white chocolate cream, and sprinkles; and, the Earl Grey Longboy with Earl Grey tea ganache, chocolate crumb and confit lemon and orange.


Two plates of Coronation Macarons on a table with cups of tea and a teapot.

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Coronation Macarons

Coronation Macarons, Biscuiteers

Bespoke biscuit brand Biscuiteers has launched its new Coronation Macarons, which it describes as the ‘perfect indulgence for royal enthusiasts and macaron lovers alike’.

Available in boxes of six (£16) or 12 (£30), they are handmade using a traditional French recipe and filled with British-inspired ganache flavours from strawberries & cream to Earl Grey, and blackberry. They’re embossed with gold leaf and King Charles’ monogram for a final embellishment.


The Coronation Cake by Meg Rivers

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Coronation Cake

Coronation Cake, Meg Rivers

The artisan ‘bakers of happiness’ at Meg Rivers have created a stunning Coronation Cake sure to impress during the jubilations.

Priced at £50, the limited-edition showpiece comprises 2kg of rich brandy-soaked fruit cake covered in marzipan and soft white fondant icing. A mix of edible dried flowers – red rose, blue cornflower and white daisy petals – is included with each cake box along with edible glue, for customers to decorate themselves after delivery.



Cooplands' Celebration Doughnuts

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Celebration Doughnuts

Celebration Selection, Cooplands

Cooplands has revealed a raft of sweet treats to help mark the joyous occasion of the King’s coronation. These include:

  • Celebration Doughnut (rsp £1.35) – a ring doughnut covered in icing and hand decorated with red and white sprinkles
  • Crown Biscuit (rsp £1.30) – shortbread biscuit dipped in a white chocolate flavoured covering, topped with a sugar paste crown and hand-piped decoration
  • Coronation Buns (rsp £3.25, pack of four) – vanilla sponge hand-piped with a buttercream flavoured frosting and a sugar paste plaque
  • Coronation Sharing Cake (rsp £12) – vanilla sponge with buttercream flavoured frosting and raspberry jam, hand-finished with more frosting and jelly jewel decorations
  • Coronation Celebration Cake (£30) – vanilla sponge filled with a buttercream flavoured frosting and raspberry jam, topped with coronation emblem.

A selection of crown shaped shortbread biscuits with icing on top alongside cupcakes and a gingerbread beefeater

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Fullers Bakery

Yorkshire business Fullers Bakery has unveiled a delightful range of sweet treats to help its customers celebrate the coronation.

Among the line up are a selection of crown-shaped biscuits, with some decorated with red, white and blue fondant, and others sandwiched with jam or lemon curd before being dusted with icing sugar. A gingerbread King’s Guard is also available alongside decorated cupcakes.


Studio image of two King of Eclairs by The Delicious Dessert Company

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The King of Eclairs

King of Éclairs, The Delicious Dessert Company

The new ‘King of Éclairs’, which was rolled out on 9 April, celebrates the coronation with a modern twist on a classic.

It comprises a double-filled chocolate éclair with rich chocolate mousse and caramel cream, topped with chocolate fondant and a royal gold sparkle.