Personalised: toppers; wedding, birthday & novelty cakes; cupcakes and iced biscuits.

Contact Jill; email:  cell: 083 318 1762  Tel:  021 785 1545
We make biscuits that look and taste lekker - you design them
If you want great deals on biscuits you've come to the right place.
We can help you with all of these baking good biscuits:                  Fill in the form below and we'll get back to you soonest.
    Baby showers biscuits
    Baking biscuits
    Birthday biscuits
    Biscuit decorating
    Biscuits for sale
    Bridal shower biscuits
    Chocolate biscuits
    Christmas biscuits
    Coconut biscuits
    Continental biscuits
    Cookies and biscuits
    Decorated biscuits
    Decorating biscuits
    Eggless biscuits
    Engagement biscuits
    Fancy biscuits
    Fathers day biscuits
    Fondant biscuits
    Frosted biscuits
    Ginger biscuits
    Homemade biscuits
    Iced biscuits
    Kids party biscuits
    Mothers day biscuits
    Novelty biscuits
    Shaped biscuits
    Shortbread biscuits
    Tea party biscuits
    Vanilla biscuits
    vanilla biscuits
    Wedding biscuits
    Wedding favors biscuits
We have been making biscuits for coffee shops, events, etc., and for our personal favourite - people.
We make: Chocolate vanilla and ginger biscuits, we also supply iced biscuits and decorated biscuits and a whole lot more.
Fill in your details on our contact page and you will soon be nibbling on beautiful biscuit. Our decorated biscuits are something to see, and even better to eat. If you can force yourself to eat such beautiful biscuits.
specialising in vanilla & ginger biscuits
Confectionery biscuits
Early biscuits were hard, dry, and unsweetened. They were most often cooked after bread, in a cooling bakers' oven; they were a cheap form of sustenance for the poor.
By the seventh century AD, cooks of the Persian empire had learnt from their forebears the secrets of lightening and enriching bread-based mixtures with eggs, butter, and cream, and sweetening them with fruit and honey.[7] One of the earliest spiced biscuits was gingerbread, in French pain d'épices, meaning "spice bread", brought to Europe in 992 by the Armenian monk Grégoire de Nicopolis.
This leads up to today.