Giveaway: Win a Betty’s Spring Flowers Fondant Fancy Party Cake worth £25

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies Party Cake

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies Party Cake

Giveaway:

Win a Betty’s Spring Flowers Fondant Fancy Party Cake worth £25

Betty's

What a thrill it is for me to be able to offer all Lavender and Lovage readers a FABULOUS Spring Cake! Betty’s have very kindly offered me one of these GORGEOUS Spring Flowers Fondant Fancy Party Cakes worth £25 to offer as a prize to all my loyal readers! Sixteen of Betty’s classic fondant fancies, hand-dipped in ivory and yellow fondant icing, individually iced with spring flowers and hand-tied with a ribbon, and just imagine how wonderful it would be for you and your family if one these cakes graced your Spring or Easter tea time table! Read my review of just how delicious these fondant fancies are here: Betty’s Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies x 9

The Prize: 

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancy Party Cake worth £25

Sixteen of Betty’s classic fondant fancies, hand-dipped in ivory and yellow fondant icing, individually iced with spring flowers and hand-tied with a ribbon.

22 x 22cm | 1,120g

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies Party Cake

Spring Flowers Fondant Fancies Party Cake 

To enter this Giveaway, all you have to do is the following:

1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – THREE mandatory questions will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post and liking the Betty’s and Lavender and Lovage FaceBook page. (After this, you can complete the bonus entries as explained on the form to increase your odds of winning – you can also return daily to tweet this for more bonus entries)

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3. Closing Date 27th March 2013

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GOOD LUCK!

Karen

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Comments

  1. says

    Fondant Fancies are my ALL TIME FAVOURITE! But I must admit, the hand dipping of the fondant icing sounds too scary for me and I’ve never made them at home. Good luck everyone!

  2. says

    I love any cake with icing on (I have even been known to eat the icing and bin the cake) Strange part is, I don’t have a massive sweet tooth.
    Janie x

  3. says

    That’s almost as bad as asking who my favourite band is…mean! How am I meant to choose? It changes weekly, nay, daily. Carrot cake is always a winner, but then a good coffee cake has started sneaking in there. But what about the un-iced ones like the brownie. Oh ….I dunno!

  4. Tracey Peach says

    Oh no do I have to choose just one as my favourite?!. I love lemon drizzle cake with icing on the top.

  5. says

    I bought a box of these just yesterday for my Mother to take with her while visiting an old friend this week. I would say that my favourite cakes -sorry, I can’t choose between them! -are carrot with cream cheese frosting, and coffee and walnut.

    …not that I’d ever say no to a Victoria or Genoese sponge with buttercream and strawberries… mmm!!

  6. Judith Hamilton says

    Finally found where to put my comment. Like Maya Russell above, Sachertorte is one of my favourites but it ties with a German baked cheesecake like my mother used to make.

  7. Laura Pettitt says

    My favourite cake is a good, stodgy chocolate cake. My almost three year old says he likes ‘Percy cakes’ this refers to Percy from Thomas and friends =)

  8. shelley jessup says

    Christmas/Wedding cake is my favorite so any fruit cake with marazipan & icing I do prefer rough icing as it melts in my mouth.

  9. Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says

    Karen you ask the most difficult questions – got to be chocolate cake :)

    Angela

  10. says

    My favourite has always been chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream – she stands up and mumbles “my name is Vohn and I am a chocoholic” However I have recently discovered I’m allergic to chocolate :-( so going to have to rethink that :-( Vohn x

  11. Judith Allen says

    My usual answer would be chocolate fudge cake, hmm, also banana cake filled with whipped double cream and sliced banana. Coffee and walnut cake. I like cake.

    • bella smyth says

      p.s my fave cake is is lardy cake :) but my 2nd fave has to be a nice chocolate cake with real cream ohh yummy

  12. Beth says

    Favourite cake? That’s like asking for a favourite child… Hmm, I’d have to go for something with berries, as I love them… or carrot cake! With a huge layer of cream cheese frosting :)

  13. Karen Richards says

    So many but probably my favourite is Apple cake as it is so moist and can be eaten with or without custard

  14. Petra Hora says

    I am not sure if this count but I love tiramisu. If this doesn’t count then I like carrot cake.

  15. Laura Dye says

    My favourite cake is Battenberg – When I was little I called it “Pink and Pink and Yellow and Yellow Cake”!

  16. Joanna Smith says

    I adore creamy coffee cake for two reasons. One, it tastes amazing and two, hardly anyone else likes it so I get it all to myself!

  17. Hilary Grey says

    My favourite cake ever was my Mum’s coffee sponge which she sandwiched and topped with enough coffee flavoured buttercream to sink a battleship! No wonder I have such a sweet tooth. :-)

  18. Claire Barker says

    It would be either Chocolate or coffee and walnut, lets face it – it would have to be both!

  19. Julie Johnson says

    Mmm Carrot Cakes are my fav, but these are adorable and look yummy these would look perfect on my plate

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