Welsh Cakes, Anyone? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

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Photo of some welsh cakes being baked
Welsh cakes baking
Photo of a tray full of Welsh cakes
Finished Welsh cakes

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65 thoughts on “Welsh Cakes, Anyone? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Oops – I lost my comment which went into cyberspace I think. I scrolled thru the comments to see if these treats were like an English muffin or a scone. I like scones – my mom made them and they’re more popular in Canada where I grew up, than here in the States. We’d eat them plain or with butter and jam. They look delicious Hugh. Here is my post about a gosling who bit off a dandelion and was enjoying it.

      1. Now I wish I had a scone, but I’ve never seen them here, Mom is long gone and I’m not a baker. I will have to get another “sweet fix” I guess.

  2. I do love a Welsh cake, though I’ve never made them. We often take a packet on holiday to present to our hosts if they live outside Wales.

    1. I’ve only ever made them once, but they were a little dry. However, my niece makes them all the time and I get a tin of homemade welsh cakes every birthday. Hers are much better than the ones I made. They don’t last long.

        1. No, they are more like a scone, Colleen. Some people slice them in half and spread butter and jam on them. I also know people that eat them with custard. I prefer mine plain (as they come).

    1. They contain raisins. Never seen them with strawberries or blueberries in them. I’m not sure they’d cope on the bake stone these are cooked on. Although a side serving of blueberries or strawberries would be great.

        1. Yes. And once you make the first batch, you’ll be wanting to make the next as soon as the first batch have gone. I recommend eating them as they come. Although some people spread butter on top and add a dollop of jam.

        1. Planning trip to M&S. I’ll have a look but sometimes they go local … so Scottish cakes only in Scotland etc. But I’ll check out the main one in Glasgow … I’ll report back 😁

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