Struggling with Veganuary? Chocolate is the answer!
Because it really does grow on trees.
We hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year.
Whether you’re thinking of going vegan full time, or just ditching the dairy to help recover from the excesses of Christmas, Veganuary can be difficult for those not used to a vegan diet. Luckily, there’s one thing you don’t have to go without… CHOCOLATE!
They’re the must-have sweet of the moment – French style salted butter caramels that are soft, rich and oh so good. They’ve been missing from our menu for nearly 2 years, but now they’re back and better than ever.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and our online boutique is full of festive treats and gift ideas.
For a classic Christmas gift, why not give our Christmas Chocolate Collection? There’s three box sizes to choose from, all handmade and filled with festive flavours including clementine & clove caramels, Irish cream & nutmeg and cinnamon praline.
Thank you to everyone who braved the weather for West Kirby Farmers’ Market last weekend – we really hope everyone enjoyed their chocolates and sweets, and we’ll see you all next month (Saturday 23rd May, 9-1)!
This weekend is another double one for us, with Frodsham Independent Market on Saturday and Wallasey Food Fair on Sunday.
We have recently started working with the food scientists at NoWFood Chester University, testing a selection of our products for things like shelf life, so hopefully soon you will be able to find them popping up on a few shelves in the future. We have therefore been invited to the monthly Food Fest, held in the small hall of Chester University from 11am-2.30pm, and will be there this coming Friday (24th April), followed by our usual West Kirby Farmers’ Market on Saturday 25th April.
Thank you to everyone who visited us at West Kirby Farmers’ Market last Saturday, it was great to see the market so busy! There were lots of Easter gifts being purchased – hope everyone enjoys them next weekend.
With the Sun finally making an appearance, we welcomed two new summery additions to our marshmallow range – mango & passion fruit, and mandarin & Cointreau. As always our mallows are made with only natural ingredients, and the colour comes from real fruit juices and purees. It was funny to watch what started out as a bright orange mandarin mixture whip up to an almost pure white mallow. Just to confuse you (and us!).
We were out braving the cold in Altrincham Market last weekend, but kept warm by good coffee and good company from the other traders.
We’re very happy to report that we are moving back indoors this weekend, and are in equally lovely company at West Kirby Farmers’ Market. If you’ve been keeping track of our ever growing Easter collection, we will have the entire range on offer at West Kirby, alongside our usual confectionery. We also have some new marshmallow flavours for you to try, and our very popular milk chocolate dipped honeycomb is back, alongside our latest creation – “Hot Cross Buns”.
So if you’re looking for handmade eggs, or something a bit different for Easter this year, make sure you catch us from 9am-1pm on Saturday 28th in St Andrew’s Church Hall, Graham Road, West Kirby CH48 5DE. You can also pre-order all of our Easter products for collection from the market, get in touch if you would like to place an order.