Quick bites: Y-fronts, underwear biscuits, chocolate lollipops

I am a firm believer that it is the little touches that make all the difference.  Endear yourself to your significant other with a little foody touch – especially one guaranteed to make them smile. With a little planning this is easily achieved.

Here are some foody finds we’ve come up with:

Cupcakes and Cookies

Located on Williams Street in Edinburgh, the first thing you notice when you walk into Liggy’s is how wonderful it smells – a very good sign!

Liggy’s has some wonderful Valentine’s items –  check out the underwear biscuits and y-front cupcakes, prices from £2.50. You can order online or collect from the shop. The male versions are not yet up on the site, so do ring or pop into the shop.

@liggycupcakes
45 William St
Edinburgh
EH3 7LW
0131 538 6395

Liggy's cupcakes

Liggy's cupcakes

Vanilla Stick

All, well maybe most of us love chocolate. David wanted to make chocolate even better so came up with the idea of chocolate lollipops! These beautiful creations come in lots of different flavours – some have marshmallow filling and for those of us who prefer the dark side of chocolate, he’s got those covered too.  My personal favourite of those I’ve tried are the classic lollipops the round, flat ones below. Order online and they’ll be delivered with your personalised message. Lollipops can be shipped all over the world.

Lollipops from Vanilla Stick

Lollipops from Vanilla Stick

@vanillastick

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About Bread Baker Danielle

Danielle founded Edinburgh Foody in 2010. Having qualified as a professional bread baker in France in 2014, she is now on a new adventure in Gloucestershire. Check out severnbites.com Look out for occasional posts for Edinburgh Foody

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