But you have to be quick! The baked beans cupcakes are only available until the 20th of October!
If you're in London this week you can pick up a range of Heinz condiment flavoured cupcakes from selected Hummingbird Bakeries.
The range is in celebration of 150 years of Heinz, and the limited edition range features ketchup, beanz, salad cream, mayonnaise and tomato soup flavours.
They are available to buy from all six The Hummingbird Bakery in London until the 20th of October 2019, retailing at @3.25 take away or £3.90 eat in, per cupcake.
The Heinz Beanz Cupcake
The flouriness of the beans and the moisture of the tomato sauce mix beautifully to give a carrot cake-like sponge. The tomato sauce gives sweetness to the whole mixture, which pairs wonderfully with the maple syrup cream cheese frosting.
The Heinz Tomato Ketchup Cupcake
The Hummingbird Bakery’s best-selling cupcake, the Red Velvet, gets a saucy reboot with the addition of Heinz Tomato Ketchup which brings sweetness to the sponge and is topped with a classic cream cheese frosting to merge sweetness with sharpness.
The Heinz Salad Cream Cupcake
Using the pairing of strawberries and balsamic vinegar as inspiration, the Heinz Salad Cream flavoured sponge is also smothered with a Heinz Salad Cream flavoured frosting, which in turn has crushed meringue and chopped summer strawberries muddled through, in a tribute to the classic Eton Mess.
The Heinz (Seriously) Good Mayonnaise Cupcake
This irresistible recipe features rich chocolate sponge flavoured with cocoa and studded with dark chocolate chips, and uses the luxuriousness of Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise with a splash of buttermilk to lend it an indulgent moist texture. Topped with a moreish chocolate cream cheese frosting and drizzled with melted white chocolate for a decadent finish.
The Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup Cupcake
Adding Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup to the sponge mixture brings plenty of moisture, adds the natural sweetness of tomatoes and best of all, gives it the glorious orange sunset colour that we know and love from Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup. The vibrant aroma of basil is added into the light and creamy frosting, gently infusing the cream with basil flavour.
Full recipes for each of the Heinz x Hummingbird Bakery cupcakes are available on The Hummingbird Bakery website
in the Blog section for fans to bake their own and share their creations online #heinzcakes https://hummingbirdbakery.com/blogs/hummingbird-bakery-blog.
Alexandra Bayet, Heinz Marketing Manager, said: “When we approached the talented Hummingbird team with the idea for these amazing 150th birthday cakes they immediately saw the potential. They went away and created these incredible cupcakes - some of which shouldn’t work but somehow do - and blew us all away! We are super proud of this limited edition range of cupcakes to celebrate 150 years of Heinz and our founder Henry J. Heinz’s birthday. His desire to do things differently and find small ways to make life better is still at the heart of Heinz, and that’s why we think he would have loved these cupcakes too!”
Tarek Malouf, founder and Managing Director of The Hummingbird Bakery, added: “As an American bakery in London, we fell in love with the idea of working with an iconic brand like Heinz and our bakers were up for the challenge. We also loved the idea of taking these world-famous store cupboard essentials and transforming them into sweet treats. We’re really happy with the results and are excited to see what our customers say!”
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