The Grove Kitchen - The Local Home Bakery With Big Flavours

#ProjectPlantbase is proud to introduce it's latest member: The Grove Kitchen - Local Home Bakery producing Addictively Good Vegan Cakes, Biscuits, Brownies and more!
 
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The Grove Kitchen is a new venture, very much in its infancy stage. Having launched just earlier this year. That hasn't held the tantalising bakery back at all. They are already amassing great feedback on their tasty treats. With an array#ProjectPlantbase members The Grove Kitchen customer comments boasting about the deliciousness of their baked goods. Their scrumptious cookies have even been causing quite the stir in one household, with one customer having the following to say "Tbh, I wasn’t expecting to have a fight over half a cookie with my partner, they were that good!!!
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  #ProjectPlantbase Member The Grove Kitchen  The Grove Kitchen, a quaint home bakery based out of Rochford in Essex, was founded by Kiera Reed. A busy mum of 2 who has had a passion for baking since her teenage years, who runs The Grove Kitchen right out of her own home. Being vegan herself, she knew the demand was out there for great tasting baked goods that are free from dairy, eggs and other animal products. The supermarkets are starting to catch on to the vegan trend and are starting to offer more vegan-friendly sweet treats. But they pale in comparisons to Grove Kitchen Goodies such as the signature Gooey Crinkle Cut Cookies. Kiera's passions in life, apart from her children and baking, lie with the animals, veganism and the environment. Because of this all of the brilliant bakes offered are 100% vegan and all of the packaging used by Grove Kitchen is 100% Compostable/Recyclable. 
 
#ProjectPlantbase The Grove KitchenGrove Kitchen offers all of the baked goods you would expect from a home bakery such as brownies, cookies, cakes and cupcakes as well as some additional innovative offerings. Like the indulgent cake jars. Who says you can't have your cake (in a jar) and eat it?
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Grove Kitchen is quickly becoming known for their Biscoff Inspired treats such as Biscoff Cake and Biscoff Blondies. Not shy of a challenge founder and entrepreneur Kiera loves baking large occasions cakes too. These can also be ordered via The Grove Kitchen social media accounts. 
  
      
     
Kiara likes to make a fuss when it comes to special occasions and always has some great offers of selection boxes, which usually include some made-for-the-occasion exclusive bakes. The last special occasion that The Grove Kitchen went all out on was Valentine's Day. The humble home bakery offered a great deal on a Valentines Box. Which contained two of each treat, to ensure couples everywhere didn't have to fight over the last cookie or brownie. She is back with more Special Occasion Treat Boxes with Easter just around the corner.#ProjectPlantbase Members Grove Kitchen
Having already teased her social media followers that there will be another Treat Box offered for the Easter Period. Mother's Day is fast approaching, and of course Grove Kitchen is ready with a Brand New Menu to Spoil Mums of all ages. 
The newly unveiled Mother's Day Menu offers customers 3 beautifully tempting boxes:
☆ Lemon and Rose Fondant Biscuits. Delicious melt in the mouth fondant biscuits with lemon and rose Box of six for £12. 
☆ Vanilla and Dried Pansy Cupcakes. Sweet and moreish Vanilla cupcakes with Dried Pansies. Box of six for £16 *Comes with Decorative Fondant Topper 
☆ Grove Treat Box. A decadent and indulgent selection of treats to gift or share with Mum. 
Contents:
Two Pansy Cupcakes
Two Mandarin & Lavender Chocolate Brownies 
3 Lemon & Rose Biscuits 
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As with all of The Grove Kitchen's products and offers, both collection and delivery is available. Delivery prices start at just £2.50 covering all SS postcodes. Customers a little further afield may be subject to a higher delivery rate. 
Today, there are an estimated 2 million+ food allergy sufferers in the UK alone, as well as 600,000 (1 in 100) people who are diagnosed with coeliac disease The most common food allergies include Milk, Eggs, Nuts and Soya. The latter of the 2 being very common ingredients in vegan-friendly baked goods. Highly aware of the rise in allergy sufferers in today's world. Kiera is happy to have any customers contact regarding ingredients and make viable substitutions where possible to ensure everyone can enjoy the delectably delicious bakes that The Grove Kitchen has to offer. 
Though The Grove Kitchen is a young company in terms of trading time, it is clear to see that customers are quickly turning into repeat business for the home bakery. With more Treat Boxes on the horizon it isn't hard to imagine The Grove Kitchen is here to stay. Orders can be placed via Social Media. To see what all the fuss is about and to get yourself some delicious treats visit The Grove Kitchen's Social Media feeds: 

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