Morrisons is selling Corgi cake in honor of Platinum Jubilee

Morrisons sells the most perfect cake for your street parties and Jubilee celebrations. Taking the form of classic caterpillar and sausage cakes, the supermarket has baked an adorable corgi cake inspired by the Queen’s beloved pooches. Is this the cutest way to celebrate platinum jubilee in the summer?

The pup was nominated by customers via a Facebook competition held on the Morrisons page, among thousands of comments and suggestions there was a clear winner in Clarence. Not only is it alliteration and a clever nod to Clarence House, but it also looks like a Clarence.

Red blue and white sprinkles coat the milk chocolate covered Swiss roll, finished with an edible face that’s too sweet to eat, four legs and a Union Jack crown. Clarence the Corgi will join Morris the Caterpillar on May 21 at Morrisons stores nationwide, just in time for all the celebrations planned nationwide.


Priced at just £6 and for 12 people, it’s a perfect cake to share with friends and family without breaking the bank.

Rachel Fish, cake designer at Morrisons, said in the press release: “We have created this special cake to pay tribute to the Queen, as the country celebrates its Platinum Jubilee this summer. We had a lot of fun coming up with names for the cake. but think Clarence, chosen by our customers, is a fitting tribute.”

Look at his little ears and black button nose. We don’t know how you would eat such a cutie, but we think we will.

The cake will be available from May 21 in stores across the country Costs £6 and 12 servings, perfect for parties with friends and family.

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