I follow many cafes and bakers on Instagram but one account that stood out to me was Lou’s Bake Stop. The cakes looked amazing and I was looking forward to when I could visit. Now with the easing of lockdown restrictions, Lou’s Bake Stop re-opened in July 2020 after the lockdown you can bet your magic stars that I took a little drive here!
Lou’s Bake Stop is at Woodend Farm in Balfron which is a little village in Stirlingshire and only 16 miles out of Glasgow.
Once you get there, you’ll see a cute little blue hut and inside, there’s shelves of cakes with an honesty box. The traybakes are £2, scones £1.50 and the loaf cakes are £3.50 – the hardest part for me was deciding what I wanted as everything looked so good. When I went, there was Biscoff Millionaire (extremely good), Rocky Road (also lovely), Mint Aero Slice, Lemon Coconut Slice, Scones, Gingerbread Loaf and Kinder Brownies.
You pop your money into a little box and there’s a tub of change too – I hope everyone is very honest about what they buy as the cakes are so good!
Due to Coronavirus only one person should be in the hut at a time, bring along a mask before you go in and use the hand sanitiser on the outside of the hut to keep everyone safe.
How to get to Lou’s Bake Stop
You can find Lou’s Bake Stop below – happy cake buying!
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