My wife was given one of these giant cup-cake tins for Christmas.
She loves using it, as it makes lovely cakes, which she then gets great satisfaction decorating. So no complaints with the tin at all.
But here's the rub. The resulting cake is big, by big, I mean tall. And Lakeland don't do a storage box big enough. In fact, no-one does, we have trolled the internet, asked in all manner of shops, and even written to Lakeland, but nothing. So, Lakeland, what you going to do about it?
A note from the team
Thanks for your feedback. The cake, prior to icing and without filling, should be 18cm diameter and 17cm tall. We've checked and our 9lt Store and Save (reference 13881) and the 9lt Lock and Lock (reference 5441) should both be suitable for storing the finished cake in with room for a little icing. We will pass a suggestion to our buyers for a storage solution to allow more elaborate icings and fillings. Thanks for your time.