To celebrate St Patricks Day and all things Irish, we sent some of our biccies to some well known Irish celebs. Ryan Tubridy was particularly taken with our “Enrobed” choc chunk cookies, and raised the question “What does enrobed mean?” Officially the dictionary states that “Enrobed” means “to coat (an item of food) in chocolate” … Continue reading “Ryan Tubridy on what “Enrobed” means?”
We’re delighted to announce another new arrival, East Coast Bakehouse Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookies – brimming with milk, dark and white chocolate chunks in a crumbly dark cocoa dough. Just yummy! Available now in Dunnes and Supervalu nationwide.
We’ve also been hob-nobing with RTE’s Ray D’Arcy Show. The One for Everyone in the Audience prize last Saturday was a hamper of East Coast Bakehouse Biscuits. Thanks Ray!
Since we first started baking biscuits in Drogheda in 2017 we’ve been warmly welcomed by Irish biscuit lovers. But we’re thrilled that biscuit lovers around the globe are now discovering our “better baked biscuits” for themselves. We’re now available in 22 countries including UK, Kenya, Portugal, Cyprus, Australia and even the Faroe Islands!
At East Coast Bakehouse our Biscuits are “Better Baked with real Irish butter” at our Bakehouse in Drogheda, County Louth. This month we’re celebrating St Patrick’s Day and our membership of “LOVE IRISH FOOD”, with a half price promotion in retailers across the country. One bite and you’ll taste the rich buttery flavour and choc … Continue reading “Half price promotion nationwide”
East Coast Bakehouse is delighted to have just launched four new mouth-watering biscuits – Crunch’em Coconut Crunch, Crunch’em Ginger Crunch, Crunch’em Milk Choc Enrobed Golden Crunch and Oat’em Milk Choc Enrobed Oat biscuit. These four biscuits, all using pure Irish butter, are available in Tesco now. Don’t forget our four wonderful cookies are available nationwide … Continue reading “News Update”