Lewis and Baker Traybakes – A WINNER

Winner – Food Gift 2020

It’s been a funny old year and that unpleasant strangeness will likely last till Easter. Christmas won’t be the usual affair and those hastily-planned new arrangements might now have to include gifts ordered online. Food lovers will be glad to hear that the pressie under the tree need not be a year’s subscription to Virology Monthly. The lucky foodie could have a real treat in a neat little box – sweet goods from Lewis and Baker!

Packaging counts for so much and never more than when a gift is delivered straight from a producer. One wants to be assured that the recipient will be impressed by a classy presentation. A box over which linger …but not for too long. The real treat reflects the same high quality, and that is inside.

Lewis and Baker


Old-fashioned good taste

Lewis & Baker have been making a range of luxury cakes since 1890. Their celebrated traybake recipes have been passed down through five generations. Care is taken to source the best ingredients, which are combined to offer old-fashioned good taste and perfect texture along with epicurean joy.

This company has bakes for everybody whatever their teatime preference. Belgian Chocolate Brownies might be your passion. They are here in all their fudgy glory. Flapjacks are classic and perfect at any time, so a Blackcurrant Conserve Flapjack would be welcomed by the whole family …or hide the box and say nothing. Visit the Lewis & Baker site for more of these gift-giving ideas.

Whatever your traybake choice they will all have the same high-end presentation and delicious attention to detail. They come with free delivery when you spend over £20 and arrive at the destination beautifully packed and with a special message.

Whilst it’s true that Lewis & Baker don’t bake the cheapest cakes around it is equally true to mention to my dear reader that one gets what one pays for, and one eats with one’s eyes. These traybakes really make a truly memorable impression and will remind those who receive a box just how much we miss them.


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