We British are a nation of cake lovers not to mention bird lovers!
And according to recently released figures, there is an ever growing interest in our feathered friends, in fact 60% of British adults have taken up regularly feeding the birds that visit their gardens. With the huge success of television shows such as the ‘Great British Bake Off’ it seems that we have tapped into the public’s complete obsession with all things ‘cake’.
Each Bird’day Cake is made from a mixture of premium seeds topped with a pretty rice paper flower and is suitable for a wide range of garden birds, including Blackbirds, Sparrows and Robins.
The gift comes in a presentation box which includes three cakes and a bird guide to help identify which species are visiting the garden and enjoying their delicious ‘present’.
The Bird’day Cakes can be put out on a bird table, window sill or simply on the ground.
They make the perfect gift for young and old, whether they are avid ‘twitchers’ or someone who just loves to see birds visiting their garden.
Once the birds have enjoyed their gift, the silicone cupcake cases can be reused. The recipe is included in the box, enabling you to make more cakes with seeds supplied by Farbook Farm.
The set of three Bird’day Cakes from Farbrook Farm retails at just £5.99 and is available from www.feedyourbirds.co.uk or from their catalogue.
Other fun products include ‘Me & My Birds’ – a wild bird feed-making kit for kids, retailing at £18.99.