Mother's Day

Mother's Day is fast approaching and what better way to show Mum just how much you love her than by baking her some yummy treats! Check out our recipes for inspiration, which are perfect for the kids to help out with.

 

We've also teamed up with Star Baker Ian Cumming to develop Bake Mum's Day - a recipe booklet filled with brand new recipes for kids to bake for mum this Mother's Day. 

 

Why not Bake Mum's day this Mother's Day with our "Marshmallow I Love you Cake" below, and show mum how special she is. 

And don't forget - Mother's Day is Sunday 6th March 2016!

 

 

 

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