22 June 2014


Hello Loves!

I have a tasty little treat to share with you today. The Welsh Baker, Welsh Cakes, and they are oh so yummy!

Here is what their website says~
Denise and Joe Carbone 
Croeso (Welcome) from the Welsh Baker. We are America's Premiere Purveyors of hand griddled Welsh Cakes since 2009. Our humble Welsh Cakes are made entirely by hand by us from an old Celtic family recipe taught to Denise as a little girl growing  up in South Wales.  Light, tasty and most  only about 100 calories each, these delicious little cakes go nicely with tea, coffee,  milk, ice cream, cheese and wine or just by themselves. Try some today, we just know you'll love them. 
Diolch! (That's Thanks! in Welsh)
Welsh cakes have the perfect amount of sweetness and the texture is a cross between a soft shortbread and scone. They are cooked like a pancake on a griddle, they are not baked. These sweet little cakes are just a delight to eat!
Welsh cakes are delicious and perfect with your morning coffee as you head out for the day, or have with afternoon tea. You can eat them straight out of the package like I do, or you can warm them up a bit. They are great to pack in your children’s lunch boxes too. There is no wrong time for a welsh cake. These little goodies come in flavors such as lemon poppy, currant, cinnamon, chocolate chip, and orange cranberry just to name a few. There are many more flavors to choose from. They also offer lemon curd, devon cream, blackcurrent preserves, and ginger preserves to spread on top of these already tasty cakes. Is your mouth watering yet?! :~)
The Welsh Cakes are simply divine and I highly recommend you head on over to their website, The Welsh Baker to place an order so you can give them a try for yourself. Your taste buds will thank you!  :~)
Visit their Facebook page to check out more of these tasty little cakes.
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* Disclaimer:
 This product was received complimentary from Welsh Cakes in exchange for an honest review. All opinions in this review are 100% that of the author. 

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