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Croc cake baked by Bishop's Waltham woman is waiting to be snapped up!
FORGET the super sponges and terrific tarts of television’s Great British Bake Off – here’s a cake to really get your teeth into.
One Hampshire woman has produced a toothy treat that would certainly make baking experts Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood proud.
And Izzy Pink is hoping her crocodile creation will certainly get snapped up for charity.
The 28-year-old spent two days crafting Le Croc and the chocolate mud cake marvel is on sale to the highest bidder.
Izzy, from Bishop’s Waltham, is a professional cake artist and is using her skills to help raise cash for Cancer Research UK.
She launched her charity bake after her mum Marion Pink, died of the illness three weeks ago.
Izzy said: “We feel we’d like to do something to help.
“Mum was always impressed with what I could make, so she would have been quite proud of me. I purposefully made the cake this week a little Hallowe’en-y to try to help with the bids for any parties this weekend, as it must be gone by Saturday,” she said.
Izzy has spent the last two weeks working with one of her culinary heroes, Australian cake artist Margie Carter, and the cake is one of her designs.
“This bad boy is worth a fortune but all you need to do is make a bid to try and win him,”
- To snap up Le Croc, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07786 565178.
He can be collected or delivered, depending on location, but must go by Saturday.
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