The Tiger Who Came To Tea meets Homepride Baking!

The Tiger Who Came To Tea has partnered with Homepride Baking to bring you some scrumptious, tiger-inspired baking fun. From competitions to kid-friendly activities and recipes, this collaboration has something for everyone. So, let’s jump right in and dig into the delicious details.

First up – the competitions. With summer in full swing, what better way to enjoy the sunshine than with a whole host of tasty prizes? Homepride is offering a host of exciting prizes for 16 lucky winners – just take a look here! From teatime bundles for your little tigers to an amazing storytime experience, there’s something for everything on the Homepride website. Talk about a sweet deal!

We’ve also got you covered with our official Tiger Who Came To Tea X Homepride activity packs. Just take a look – there’s colouring sheets, puzzles and games galore!

But what’s a baking partnership without some tasty treats? Homepride has created some delicious roar-some bakes that are sure to delight your taste buds. From tiger stripe cookies to an indulgent tiger cake truffles, these recipes have been carefully crafted to reflect the whimsy and joy of the classic story we all know and love. Plus – they’re super easy to make, so even novice bakers can whip up something truly special to share with friends and family.

With plenty of activities, competitions, and delicious treats to indulge in, there’s no excuse not to get involved and whip up some baking fun. So, grab some flour, don your apron, and get ready to impress your friends and family with your tiger-themed creations. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Plus, don’t forget to check out our beautiful new centenary cover for The Tiger Who Came To Tea, complete with exclusive gold foiling. Perfect for Tiger fans old and new!

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