The words Meg Rivers and cakes are synonymous as Meg Rivers has been making delicious cakes for longer than we care to remember.The website is smooth and contemporary, inviting temptation on every page with the cakes and gifts by post.
Although Meg Rivers died in 2001, the company is still run in a similar vein, using only the finest ingredients. After all, these are home baked cakes that you would cook, if only you had the time. No artificial colouring, flavouring or preservatives are used; the cakes can be frozen; some are wheat free. Needless to say, the Easter and Christmas cakes look delicious.There are tray bakes
(Bakewell, brownies and flapjacks) and shortbread and gingerbread
The ultimate present for a friend would be membership of the Meg Rivers Cake Club
. Receive new products and seasonal cakes on a bi-monthly or monthly basis. For starving grandchildren, grannies should take notice of the Starving Student Gift Box
, which keeps hunger at bay.
The website was designed by Heath’s Creative
in an innovative ‘coverflow’ format that literally flows from left to right as if you were reading a book. The stylish design is the perfect way to showcase the wonderful cakes Meg Rivers has to offer, so you don’t miss one mouthwatering bite.