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A Hug of St. Dalfour Love, This Mother’s Day

March 8, 2021

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Mother’s Day feels extra special this year. For many mums, this year has been a juggle of home working and home schooling, trying to think up new and inventive ways of keeping the family happy and occupied. For others it has been a more solitary time, dealing with the pandemic restrictions and missing hugs with loved ones.

A hug of St. Dalfour love

We think the joy and wonder of a hug is what we have all missed the most during this pandemic. And who better to hug than your mum! Sadly, many of us still won’t be in a position to safely hug our mum this year.

But you can still celebrate Mother’s Day and say a massive thank you for all that she has done for you. Let her know how much you care with the help of St. Dalfour.

Our White Chocolate & Raspberry Love Tart, covered in St. Dalfour hearts, is the perfect place to start.

Afternoon tea treat

We all love an afternoon tea treat. And even if you can’t be with your mum in person, how about delivering afternoon tea in a box? Pack up her favourite St Dalfour preserves with some freshly baked scones, just use our simple scone recipe. With over 20 St. Dalfour preserves to choose from, you really are spoilt for choice for the topping. Why not send her our newest flavour – Strawberry & Rhubarb?

You could go crazy and bake your own bread. And you will find plenty of fabulous cake recipes on our website.

Perfect picnic

We’ve got to get used to dining outdoors again, so it’s the perfect time to rustle up some new picnic ideas.

Try our pork & apricot sausage rolls; or our walnut & apricot vegetarian option. St. Dalfour also produces the most delicious honey that you can use in our Honeyed Chicken drumstick recipe.

For dessert, use St. Dalfour honey in our delicious apricot flapjacks; a recipe suitable for even the most novice cooks. For a bit of indulgence, our chocolate & raspberry brownies stay fresh for ages.

Repay your mum for all her thoughtfulness and love over the last year by sending her a big St. Dalfour hug of love.