Frances Bella Kay
I’m often asked where the name Bella’s Cakes comes from. Bella was my grandmother Frances’ middle name. She was beautiful, kind, a bit demanding and a fantastic baker. She made delicious cheesecake, rugelah strudel and kugel (noodle pudding). She adored her family and took great pleasure in feeding them well. Although I didn’t get to know her well, as she passed away when I was quite young, I grew up eating food from her recipes and hearing stories about her. When it came to naming my business I couldn’t think of a better person to name it for. I did however, know my grandfather well. He was a significant influence for me, as he was a very good businessman and worked for himself his whole life; finally retiring at 81!
Bella’s is an at home boutique buttercream bakery business based in Glasgow, Scotland. All of Bella’s Cakes baked goods are made using fresh ingredients and seasonal flavours. All cakes are baked to order, I don’t stock big numbers of cakes at one time so everything is made fresh!
Bella’s has a range of special dietary desserts such as gluten free and vegan cakes. All cakes can be customised to meet your exact requirements be it for a wedding, cocktail party, birthday party, or just a treat for home. Please take a look at my menus and contact me (Sydney) with any questions you may have.
I am certified in food hygiene and have been approved for the purpose of catering by environmental health and conform to all food safety and hygiene requirements as specified by the Food Standards Agency of the UK.
Bella’s Cakes Disclaimer Regarding Allergens: If you are allergic to it, you may assume that it is in our products. For more specific details, please contact Bella’s and we will gladly try to answer your questions. We recognise the seriousness of food allergies, and will do our best to address your concerns. The following ingredients are used in the bakery: milk, eggs, tree nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds, cashews, macadamia), wheat, coconut, and peanuts.
Gluten Free Products: We use a blend of rice flour, tapioca flour and potato starch. Since we make wheat products in our bakery as well as gluten free, we separate bulk ingredients and clean our facility every day before working with gluten free products to prevent cross contamination.