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CycleCoffeeCake pedals off again this August bank holiday weekend on Saturday 1 August at 10.30am from the Huntsman Inn, College Road. The route will explore quiet and calm routes to and through Renmore, Ballyloughnane beach, and Roscam.
With Easter imminent, these adorable bunny butt cupcakes are the perfect treat as the children while away their holiday time. Almost too cute to eat and super easy to make, the children will seize this springtime opportunity to don their aprons and immerse their hands in the ingredients listed as they prepare and bake with zestful enthusiasm.
There are few things that go better together than shopping and cake, and even fewer places that do it so cosily as Standún in Spiddal. As a famous tourist destination for almost 75 years, it is a store steeped in tradition, even though there is nothing old-fashioned about it. It is probably best known for its selection of Aran sweaters, and has an impressive selection of Irish and international fashion labels and giftware too.
Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio’s recipe for blueberry poke cake makes for the perfect summer dessert.
Martine's of Quay Street offers a delicious selection of homemade scones and cakes that are baked in-house every morning. The restaurant serves the tasty treats from 11am until 3.30pm every day in cosy surroundings.
Balancing the glory of a great dessert against the January need to possibly cut back on the December excesses, Bee has come up with a conceptual selection that does not necessarily take the quality and enjoyment out of a good fruitcake, gateau, or muffin. What you do get, however, is such offerings as pistachio and low-fat yogurt cake; mint, caraway, and lemon roulade with half the fat; a butter-free almond and hazelnut gateau; a health conscious beetroot and chocolate cake; fat-free strawberry sponge; and low-fat almond macaroons.