Springdale Produce

We are a family of bakers with a love and passion for everything home baked. We have combined this with our skills and experience to open up a little business baking our favourite recipes.  Jam, Marmalades and Chutneys are also products we have made all our lives.  At Springdale we are lucky enough to be able to grow a lot of fruit and veg, so whenever possible we use our own fresh fruit for jams, and veg, tomatoes, chillis, and garlic for chutneys.  If not available we use fruit and veg locally sourced.

In 2018 we began to supply The Coffee House, Lydney, with our cakes.  We also cater for weddings, and are able to supply cream teas to any event.

The list below is a selection of cakes we make.  Please don't hesitate to ask, request, or order your favourite!

Round Filled Sponges - Plain, Chocolate, White Chocolate, Coffee, Coffee and Walnut, Lemon, Spiced Orange, Toffee and Banana - all 8" (20cm) diameter
Cupcakes - Plain, Vanilla, Chocolate, Carrot, Toffee and Banana, Raspberry, Lemon, Orange - all decorated, with a buttercream icing and sprinkles Cookies - Chocolate, Smartie, Chocolate Surprises, Salted Caramel and White Chocolate, Ginger                                                                         Rock Cakes                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Traybakes - Chocolate, Carrot, Rhubarb and Lemon, Date and Orange, Pineapple, Coffee, Lemon, Spiced Orange
Scones - plain, fruit, treacle, coconut, cheese etc
Jams - many flavours, often seasonal
Marmalades - Seville,Three Fruit, Orange and Rhubarb, Grapefruit and Orange
Chutneys - seasonal flavours and Chilli Jam Relish - From our own chillis and apples
Butter tablet - Scottish style, having lived in Scotland for thirty years, we have developed some delicious flavours of this sweet treat                          

E.mail: info@springdaleproduce.com  



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