Is This The Most Peculiar Theme for a Birthday Cake Ever?

Perhaps not. I can think of a few reasons why a pill themed cake could be apt. For a trainee doctor, Facebook withdrawal tablets for the addict in your life, or a blue Viagra cake for a cheeky joke on an older relative (a tad embarrassing if it's a family party though).

This post is also to check in with my PR friends and let you know I AM getting better, just slowly. I have lots of fun blog posts waiting to be put together such as Hot Wheels, a Water Bottle which tracks your consumption, a big Heatons' NI competition to win £75 to spend in store and some wonderful, hand-made fuzzy cards.

But for now: Cakes! 

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20 Fantastic Fox Cakes That Escaped the Boxing Day Hunt

Here in the UK we celebrate Boxing Day, the day after Christmas. It was the traditional day when servants received a Christmas box from their employers with food and gifts. These days it's a day of leftovers eating, and sale shopping for some. It's also a day when traditionally fox hunts would be held all over the countryside. I'm pleased to say we now have a fox hunting ban in place in the UK, as it's a cruel and unnecessary sport.

To celebrate the freedom of our foxy friends, here are twenty cakes.

Moe's Donuts *Homer Drool Noise*

Moe's Donuts *Homer Drool Noise*

We don't have Krispy Kreme in Northern Ireland. Maybe thats the reason we are always fighting each other. It certainly is the reason I always leave Stansted Airport with a dozen box stuffed into my already full hand luggage.

I love a dirty, great big, American style doughnut, or 'donut' as they spell it. Any flavour, all flavours, and the weirder the better. Apple cinnamon, lemon meringue, strawberry shortcake or caramel.


To fill the American Doughnut shaped hole in Norn Iron, www.MoesDonuts.com have stepped up to the plate, with that authentic sugary sweet baking we are missing from our lives.

Moe's Donuts *Homer Drool Noise*

Located in Belfast, they currently take commission orders, but will soon be stocking cafes across the city. To keep up to date where you can try Moe's out first, add their Facebook Page www.Facebook.com/MoesDonuts

What surely will become their 'signature donut' is a mash-up of the traditional glazed finger, with crispy bacon topping, straight from a good, old Ulster Fry. Absolutely bloody delicious. Thanks, fellas.

Moe's Donuts *Homer Drool Noise*

You can also get in touch with Moe's kitchen by following them on www.Twitter.com/MoesDonuts

Moe's Donuts *Homer Drool Noise*

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

News came out last night that Tesco Everyday Burgers sampled in a lab contained 29% horse DNA. Delicious.
People are outraged, the same people who pay £4.50 for a kangaroo burger at the Continental Market. I suppose the real problem is you aren't sure how the horse meat is sourced, or prepared. If Heston Blumenthal served you a horse burger you'd lap it up, but a surprise horse burger is perhaps a bit of a PR nightmare for our biggest supermarket chain.

Anyway, here are some cakes made from unicorn, which we all known taste delicious.

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

Horse in Your Burger? Cheer Yourself Up with these Unicorns in your Cake

And my blog birthday cake from Cakes and Bakes had its own little unicorn, check it out on Leah's site here