Eat Your Photo Personalised Cupcakes

Eat Your Photo are a fabulous company that make cupcakes, cakes and chocolate with your own personalised photograph on them. 

When I was offered the opportunity to try a box of their cupcakes I jumped at the chance. I am a big cake fan and the fact that I could get them personalised was a lovely addition. You can choose either vanilla or chocolate cupcakes and I just had to go for chocolate. 



When they first arrived in the post, I was surprised by how big and heavy the parcel was. I really did expect small, little cupcakes and I was genuinely shocked when I opened them. They were huge! 



I chose my favourite picture of the children to go on top and they looked perfect. I was pleasantly surprised that no cupcakes were damaged in transit either. 



Now, for the taste test. 

They are easily the most beautiful cupcakes I have ever tasted in my life. The sponge is so soft and on top of that you have a delectable chocolate fudge icing. The icing with the photo on is a lot thicker than I thought it would be. They are so rich so you couldn't eat too many in one go. 



I honestly cannot put into words how beautiful these cupcakes are. All I can say is, you NEED to try them! I can't fault them at all. Chris is very fussy and even he said after biting into one, "they're nice. They're really nice!  Really moist. Not dry at all. Really nice!" Do you think he though they were nice? Ha! 

You can buy a box of 12 cupcakes for £20 or 24 for £35. The price is well worth it. I think they are a great idea for birthday parties or any event that you may have. You could even get your blog logo or business logo on them! 

You can find out more at the Eat Your Photo website. You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: We received a box of 12 cupcakes for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)


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