6 or 12 month Self Care Subscription Box
Want to explore our range of healthier cake treats? Want to give that 'someone who has everything' person in your life the gift of a subscription? Or just want to show someone you care? Our subscription gift boxes are lovingly made each month and posted to your doorstep to get your chops around!
Subscribe for 6 or 12 months. Each month, we'll post your treats on the first Wednesday of every month. Each month will include a range of seasonal treats to enjoy, a variety of cake pots, cake-mix cookies and Fairytale treats every month! Vegan and gluten free subscription boxes also available.
Ingredients & Allergens
All our bakes contain a 'not so secret' ingredient - vegetables! We sneak them in when nobody is looking and you can barely tell they're there. They make each cake super moist and yummy but do let us know if you have any allergies or intolerances and we can be sure to use a tummy friendly veggie to supercharge your bake.
Allergy advice - Please note: We work in a small kitchen and work with all allergens in our kitchen. We do our best to ensure that allergens are prepared in a different area, though we cannot work in an allergen free environment.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any advice or further information on our ingredients used before placing your order.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we've had to change things up a little in order to get cake and treats to you safely.
EASTER DELIVERIES: Deadline to order mail order treats in time for Easter weekend will be Monday 6pm. Normal service as usual after the bank holiday! Treats will be posted 1st Class Royal Mail on Tuesday.
Want desserts delivered to your door? Orders placed before 6pm Wednesday each week will be posted via Royal Mail 1st Class post every Thursday. Orders placed after the Wednesday deadline will be posted the following week.
We may be able to organise an earlier delivery upon request, please contact us on email@example.com for availability.
Parcels are sent via 1st class post. Please note that deliveries may take between 1-2 days for addresses in England & Wales and may take up to 3 days in more remote areas including Highlands and Islands. Due to the current situation with Coronavirus, Royal Mail are advising that it may take longer to receive your parcels. We cannot guarantee delivery dates unless customers request a *Special Delivery.
Special Delivery parcels will require a signature and cannot be left safe.
*Please note, unless you select 'special delivery' postal option at checkout, we cannot guarantee your delivery date. Every effort will be made to deliver your parcels on or before Saturday each week but delays can occur, so select an earlier delivery day than you need or 'special delivery' if your treats are needed for a specific date/event.
Disposing of compostable packaging
When you're all done with your pots, you can dispose of them in one of four ways:
✔️ If you're lucky enough to have a council food waste collection, your compostable pots can be thrown away with your food scraps! No need to even wash them out!
✔️ Save them and return them to us and we'll compost them for you! Return 4 clean pots to us and we'll give you a treat for FREE next time you order! Yup, that's right, we will then arrange for them to be industrially composted to become fertiliser.
✔️ Put them in your general waste bin - this might seem disheartening but if you live in Leeds, we live in a ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL city! Leeds City Council incinerates all general waste that is not able to be recycled. If our compostable pots are incinerated, energy is produced which feeds back to the National Grid, and our incinerator releases zero emissions! Yay! If your local council doesn't incinerate your waste, don't fret, our compostable pots are still better for the environment than plastic. In landfill, studies have shown that our compostable packaging does not give off nasty greenhouse gases as it decomposes. Win, win!
❌ Used pots should not be placed in standard recycling bins which collect paper, plastics and metals, as those materials go to a different type of sorting facility. Another reason is that food waste harms the machines at your recycling plant - the same applies to any recycling you do at home!
❌ Please don't put your packaging your garden waste compost bin that's collected by the council. Although your garden waste is composted, again, this waste goes to a different type of composting facility and cannot be processed.