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April 23, 2010

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Liz (LivingwithKids)

It sounds pretty good. I don't normally like strawberry/buttercream sponges, especially not the supermarket ones which are always dry and horrible, but you may have tempted me!

Rosie Scribble

Normally I'd go for chocolate cake, Liz, but this was surprisingly nice. Not dry at all. It's a while since I've had a cake for my birthday that says 'Have a monster birthday' on it and it made me younger than my years! All adults should have kids' cakes I reckon.

Susan Mann

That looks like one lovely cake. I'm hungry now. I can imagine that it would be difficult for mums with kids that are allergic to find one without any traces. Great post. x

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, Susan. It must be awful for a child with a nut allergy to have no cake on their birthday, and the symptoms for these children if they eat nuts can be frightening.

Nova

Great idea, I love birthday cake.
I wish they would start making gluten free birthday cakes now too though. I always feel sorry for my son not being able to have a 'professional' one.

Rosie Scribble

Hopefully, if they are making nut free birthday cakes then it is only a matter of time before someone sees the gap in the market for a gluten free one. Must be awful for your son.

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