You’ve been enjoying the sun, having friends and family round for barbecues, garden parties – all the good old summer soirées. But they’ve been missing something. The icing on the cake, if you will. Mr Kipling has brought a touch of summer to some of their most favoured cakes with four new limited-edition flavours. All of which will make any get-together exceedingly good.
Wouldn’t it be great if it was a little easier to take nice big, delicious desserts – a trifle, for example – along to a park with your friends. But hold on, what’s this revolutionary delight that Mr Kipling has bestowed upon us? They’ve only gone and created Trifle Slices, and they even come in handy snack packs. Game-changer.
Once you’ve filled yourself to gluttonous glory from the hot coals, and washed it all down with a couple of glasses of fizz, it’d be rude not to finish it off with something sweet. And there’s nothing better than the new Strawberry Cheesecake Whirls. So tasty you’ll find room for them no matter how full you thought you were.
You and your mates have decided to go for a little dip. But floating around on a flimsy lilo eating a bowl a Pavlova isn’t the most practical of activities. But if you had Eton Mess Bakewell Tarts, while bobbing in the water with a huge inflatable Cherry Bakewell (click here to get your hands on one) – it even has a cake holder perfect for the ones you’ll be munching on! – well, now that sounds like a recipe for a scrumptious sea session.
No afternoon tea is complete without the perfect cakes. And Mr Kipling have just the thing. Forget your super interesting story about your self-discovery holiday to the depths of Cambodia – Jenny’s spotted the Strawberries & Cream Fancies on the cake stand. She isn’t listening, there’s only one thing on her mind now. You’re almost angry that they’ve stolen the show at your party, if only they weren’t so… mmm.
The limited edition Mr Kipling summer range is available in all major retailers, plus for your chance to win a limited edition inflatable Cherry Bakewell, click here