5 Glasgow Bakeries Matched to GBBO Memes
It’s bake-off season. Need we say more?
Ready, steady, bake!
This independent bakery opens just 4 days a week, and sells out each day within a few hours. Do believe the hype. Prepare for a queue, and the most fabulous baked goods which will make it all worth it. They are closed for a wee refurb but reopen soon! Make sure to try the honey from Ed’s Bees whilst you there, too. You can read about the bees responsible here.
We’ll take any kind of doughverload when it’s courtesy of the Cottonrake. Delectable pastries, cakes and savouries that even Paul Hollywood couldn’t fault.
Baking is important, but anyone who thinks it’s the main focus of the Great British Bakeoff has clearly been too distracted by Mel and Sue’s innuendos. The MILK Cafe is a Social Enterprise company set up to empower and promote the integration of ethnic minority women who live in Glasgow. Cake can change the world if you go about it in the right way.
What Mel and Sue have in enthusiasm, the Butterscotch Bakery have in skill. Their beautiful celebration cakes would win star baker any day, and if you’re after something a little less elaborate then their wee Hyndland tearoom look forward to having you in for a cuppa and a wee piece!
Tamal wasn’t talking about a good ole Greggs, but however much we like to moan, we all have a favourite staple that we think about more than we like to let on. Shout out to all the lovely folk working in Greggs in Glasgow – we might near enough have one on every corner but we value each and every one of you for keeping us in steak bakes.