Article by James Kay
Your four-legged friends are about to leap for joy as the iconic bakery brand, Lola’s Cupcakes, have launched pupcakes in three mouth-watering flavours.
Yup, there aren’t many things harder in life than eating a nice bit of food with your dog staring at you and willing you to share.
It takes a lot of willpower to not bow down to the inevitable puppy dog eyes, but thanks to some new pupcakes, you and your canine companion can enjoy a dessert together!
Lola’s Cupcakes is the place to be in London for human sweet treats, but it’s the first time they’ve catered to doggos, too.
The delicious delights will be available in Red Velvet (inspired by the bakery’s best-selling flavour), as well as Carob and Classic.
“Suitable for big dogs and small, the bone-a-fide range comes in two sizes (tiny and regular).
“Each light and fluffy sponge is baked from scratch using only the best ingredients, before being topped with a tasty vegan cream cheese icing and finished with a homemade dog biscuit,” Lola’s revealed.
The announcement went on: “All Lola’s pupcakes are 100 percent vegan and free from artificial colours, palm oil, refined sugar, and chocolate. Plus, they are VPIS approved.”
Though they aren’t suitable for puppies under three months, they store for two days in the fridge or three months in the freezer… so your pooch can have the pupcakes ready and waiting to go when they’re old enough.
Those living by a Lola’s store in London can pop in and buy a box, and those lucky enough to be based nearby can order them straight to your front door.
For those of you outside of London, there’s no need to pupset your pooches (see what we did there?!) as you can order a special Postal Pupcake Box containing a mix of eight regular sized via nationwide delivery, for £28.99.
The baked goods are made fresh in Lola’s stores, so owners and dogs can be sure of the quality of the product… maybe to the point of wanting to steal a bite of your pet’s treat (pssst, don’t do that – just get yourself a human cupcake, too!)
We all love to spoil our pooches once in a while – and now we can guarantee there will be no more puppy dog eyes.