They’re regal-ly good (Picture: Metro.co.uk)
Everyone loves an excuse for a themed party, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee weekend than with these supermarket one off jubilee treats.
When else are you going to be able to buy a Corgi Cake from Morrisons, or a HRH (Honey Roast Ham) Giant Sausage Roll from M&S?
It’s got to be done, so here is the ultimate list of what to buy to make your jubilee gathering extra memorable:
Tyrrells Coronation Chicken crisps
Don’t chicken out and grab the ready salted (Picture: Tyrrells)
A limited-edition flavour based on coronation chicken. Catch these until
the end of August.
Coronation Chicken Pastries
We’ll take one or two, or three (Picture: Sainsburys)
Taste testers say these are a huge hit with children too – but heat them for a full, delicious flavour hit.
Clarence The Corgi Cake
Corgi for 12, anyone? (Picture: Morrisons)
Forget Colin The Caterpillar – does the Queen have a corgi called Clarence? That detail won’t stop us tucking into this delicious treat.
Buy it for £6 in store from Morrisons.
Coronation Scotch Eggs
Classic but fun (Picture: Morrisons)
It’s Jubilee, so a fun twist on a classic! This has a punchy coronation filling based on the classic recipe devised back in 1953 for the coronation luncheon.
Basically – just share ’em out!
Buy it for £2 for 12 in store from Morrisons.
The Cake Crew 9 Mini Celebratory Queen’s Cupcakes
No party is complete without cupcakes (Picture: Tesco)
Light vanilla-flavoured sponge cakes with a red, white and blue theme to celebrate the Queen.
HRH (Honey Roast Ham) Giant Sausage Roll
Well this is just hilarious (Picture: Marks & Spencer)
If you’ve six hungry mouths to feed, look no further than this moreish sausage roll – but take a picture of the HRH before you slice in.
Buy it for £10 for 550g in store from Marks & Spencer.
Get really royal with their pudding of choice (Picture: Tesco)
There are always eclairs on offer at Buckingham Palace tea parties – fact. And these fondant ones are delish.
Platinum Jubilee Cake In A Bottle
I’m a cakey in a bottle, baby (Picture: The Bottles Baking Co.)
Who knew that cake mix came in a bottle – and who knew that creating delicious cakes for 12 could be such fun? A clever idea and one with a conscience: no palm oil is used and a tree is planted for every bottle purchased.
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