With Father’s Day fast approaching, British Baker takes a look at the limited-edition bakery products available to help celebrate on Sunday.
Morrisons has unveiled a limited-edition Gingerbread Prince (rsp £1) in celebration of Prince Harry’s first Father’s Day. The gingerbread is decorated with a military uniform and ginger hair. Morrisons said the biscuit had been designed to offer its customers “the chance to treat their dads like a prince”.
It is also selling a gingerbread biscuit shaped like a beer glass with a ‘Dad’ motif.
Hummingbird Bakery has launched a Cupcake Gift Box, which includes Brooklyn Blackout and Red Velvet Cheesecake flavours. It is also offering whole cakes in red velvet, chocolate, vanilla and chocolate Guinness – which is new for this year. The cakes are decorated by hand and include a hand-written Happy Father’s Day message.
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Biscuiteers has launched new designs for its Father’s Day range this year, including the BBQ Biscuit Tin (rsp £40) and Dad’s Odd Socks Letterbox Biscuits (rsp £20). It has also partnered with The Original Small Beer Company to create a gift box containing its BBQ Biscuit Tin and a bottle of beer.
Lola’s Cupcakes is offering a selection of Father’s Day cupcakes, cakes and brownies to mark the occasion. The cupcakes (priced from £19.20) are available in regular and ‘tiny’ sizes, in boxes of six or 12 and in chocolate, vanilla or mixed flavours. The cake (priced from £15) is available with a vanilla or chocolate sponge and comes in various sizes between 5” and 11”, while the brownies (rsp £16.50/six-pack) are made with a chocolate brownie base, topped with ganache, chocolate or vanilla buttercream and decorated with chocolate shards and popping candy.