Our Lady Of Sorrows by Cake Follies
Sacred Tarts - a divine cake sale
When you attends an event at Barts Pathology Museum you can always expect a fun and entertaining time. On Easter Saturday 2013, Sacred Tarts saw the museum hosting a religious themed cake sale which provided an array of tempting goodies as an alternative to the traditional Easter egg. On offer were edible crucifixes, pope cakes and St Lucy's Eyeball Truffles just to name a few. In addition there were cocktails, live music and the opportunity to view the museum's collection. The cakes are a work of art in themselves and almost too nice to eat.
Edible rosary beads made of chocolate cake and cupcakes
Chocolate skull, chocolate Crown of Thorns and Stigmata Cookies by Made With Love By Me
St Francis of Assisi surrounded by edible animals by Bee's Knees
Edible Jewelled Crucifixes by Bee's Knees
Last Supper Chocolate by Animal Vegetable Mineral (AVM)
St Lucy's Eyeball Truffles by Tattoo-Cakes
Pope Cakes by Tattoo-Cakes
Mitre Cakes by Jen's Cakery
(Gluten Free) Stained Glass Dove Cakes by Gluten Freak
(Gluten Free) Stations of the Cross Cakes by Gluten Freak
Barts Pathology Museum is housed in a beautiful glass roofed Victorian building, located within St Bartholomew’s Hospital, housing over 5,000 medical specimens.
At present the museum is only open to the public for special events.
Address: 3rd Floor, Robin Brook Centre, West Smithfield, EC1A 7BE
Nearest Tube: St Paul's, Barbican, Farringdon, Nearest Train Station: Farringdon, City Thameslink (Zone 1)
For more details of Sacred Tarts check out their blog
Here are the individual cake designers website
The author of this blog is a qualified City of London and City of Westminster Tour Guide who leads guided walks combining world famous landmarks with hidden treasures often missed by the crowds.