Tweetie Treats allows children to make cupcake style treats for wild birds in the garden.
The cupcakes are made with bird food and don't need baking. Kids simply mix up the birdseed with the magic mix, add water, push it into the blue, pink and yellow cases, decorate and allow to dry.
The kit also includes animal moulds to make hanging seed shapes and a pre-drilled feed log that can be filled with ‘cake’ mix too. There’s also a wooden spoon and mixing bowl included.
takes advantage of the current popularity of cupcakes and then combines the elegance of these teatime delicacies with an ingenious way to feed the birds. Trendy, innovative and easy, Tweetie Treats ticks all the boxes for all age groups and is a delightful way to spend an afternoon with the kids or grandchildren and it helps feed the birds too.
“The idea was to involve children in a creative ‘baking’ session in the kitchen, where the result is not just attractive, but hugely beneficial for the garden birds. It’s simple to use and a great way to inspire the little ones to feed the birds,” explained managing director, Norman Sellers.
Tweetie Treats Wild Bird Feed Making Kit recently won the ‘GLEE New Products 2011 – Home and Gift Award’ at this year’s Glee show at the NEC Birmingham.
The kit is completely reusable and contains nine cupcake cases, enough bird food to make several cupcakes, animal shapes and fill a feed log and full instructions.