Christmas is my favourite time of year to bake up all the treats. Boxes of bakes make the perfect Christmas gift to send through the post, or for you to share with friends and family. This year, there’s a whole new range of Christmas bakes which will be available from the 2nd December. From traditional Christmas boxes, to mixed selections, Christmas blondies, brownies and cookies and slices of cake – there’s a box for everyone.
The boxes will be available to pre-order from 28th October at 7pm, when a limited number of each box will be added to the website. Then, the additional numbers of each box will be released on Friday 29th November at 7pm. So whether you’re an early October shopper or wait until closer to December, set your reminders and have a browse and see what you think you’ll like.
Before the boxes are released for sale, you can have a look at what’s on offer. Click the links below to find out more about the boxes. Please note, they will be out of stock until the stock is released at the end of October.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I send a box as a gift?
Yes, of course – boxes of bakes make the perfect Christmas gift with a difference. Whether it’s for a family to share, that awkward person you can’t think of what to get, or a little extra gift to make someone smile. They’re a real unique gift and hopefully one people will remember for a while.
Can I receive them for Christmas Day?
The latest boxes will be sent out on the 19th December, and as all bakes have a shelf life of 7+ days, boxes sent on this date can be given on Christmas Day. I will always say though, that bakes are best the freshest they are – and as everyone has so much to eat on Christmas Day anyway, there’s no harm in giving them as an early Christmas gift.
What if the box I want is out of stock closer to Christmas?
All boxes of bakes are freezable, so if the box you would like isn’t available on your chosen despatch date – you can pop them in the freezer and take them out when you need. The greaseproof paper the bakes come in is freezable, so just take them out of the cardboard box and pop them in the freezer.