Remember those days when family got together on a Sunday for the special roast dinner or a late Sunday afternoon tea, with sandwiches and little sweet treats. We cherish those memories today, with families now spread far and wide, we rarely get the chance to gather on Sundays or any day for that matter. Those were good days.
Now a days, these gatherings take place on special occasions, like birthdays, Mothers day, Weddings and such. Not as frequently as we may like.
That's no reason not to enjoy the little sweet bakery treats of our childhood. Sweet Expressions can help, just take a look at a smidgen of the bakes we make. If Mary Berry bakes it so can we.
Made with cheddar cheese
Available in party size 2" and regular size 4"
A hard savory biscuit (serve with butter)
Bakery items often served at afternoon tea or any time treat
Available with either raisins, sultanas or craisins.
A currant and spiced filling wrapped in a flaky puff pastry casing.
A yeast roll with currants and spice baked between Valentines day and Easter.
Pink and yellow chequered cake wrapped in Marzipan.
8" cake serves upto 12. Also available in small individual sized cakes
Individual 3" tarts with a glazed top and glaze cherry.
9" bakewell tart with almond top.
A trumpet of flaky pastry filled with a little jam and homemake synthetic cream.
A Welsh fruit tea loaf.
An Irish fruit loaf with the fruit soaked in tea and whiskey over night.
Traditionally baked for wedding cakes and Christmas cakes. Covered in marzipan and royal icing or fondant
your favourite baked in small trays.
A pastry with raspberry jam, frangipane sponge and glace icing.
A fresh lemon sponge with a crunchy lemon topping.
A scrumptious carrot cake with golden raisins and walnuts with a lovely creamy cream cheese icing.
A truly scrumptious sweet bake with oats and golden syrup.
Crunchy biscuits perfect for dunking.
A crisp crunch ginger biscuit.
A melt in the mouth crisp oatmeal biscuit.
A crisp biscuit with currants and mixed peel.
A double melt in the mouth butter biscuit with a buttercream center.
A rich buttery melt in the mouth shortbread.