The brains behind the best jammy dodgers in London*, Bee Berrie is an ex-microbiologist who swapped bacteria for baking full time in 2012.
In three years Bee’s Bakery has grown from a home kitchen business to being awarded as one of the top five biscuit bakeries in London*.
Bee has created a giant replica Kinder Egg for ITV, appeared on Channel 4 with Heston Blumenthal and been filmed for advertising campaigns for Ralph Lauren and Olay. She’s baked bespoke cookies and cakes for clients including the BBC, Topshop, Jamie Oliver and Harrods created an enormous replica perfume bottle for Marc Jacobs.
Bee’s Brilliant Biscuits
Bee has secured not one but TWO publishing deals with the Independent publisher of the year 2015 Pavilion Books, and is currently shooting her second recipe book – this one is all about cakes and is due for release in May 2017.
Known for her bold, design-led baking, Bee’s biscuits have appeared in many publications including Red and Brides Magazines, The Evening Standard, Stylist Magazine, The Observer, Stella Magazine and the Guardian.
Bee has recently Food styled her first recipe book, and is also available for Food Styling work – this is her assessment piece for her Leiths exam:
Bee has appeared in advertising campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Olay and AXA and is available for similar projects.
“Cookies and biscuits are everything that cupcakes are not!” She says. “Extremely versatile and quick to make, they last for ages, and there are tons of parent recipes that are super easy to adapt and customise to make something truly original.”
Stylst Magazine thinks our biscuits are Stylish! Natch…
Stella Loves Bee’s Bakery – A brilliant recommendation from Stella Magazine, the sunday glossy from the Telegraph on 15 August:
Timeout London posted a brilliant review of our Jammies – December issue:
Grazia Daily News wrote a lovely little article:
Sticky Fingers – mummy blogger extraordinaire Tara Cain likes our Jammy biscuits: http://stickyfingers1.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/personalised-jammy-dodgers.html
Daily Candy wrote a brilliant review of the Jammies: