Copper Kettle Bakery

Traditional Welsh Cakes Made in the USA

Growing up in South Wales, Helen Coates spent early weekend mornings in the kitchen surrounded by family and the smells of allspice and cinnamon. Since opening Copper Kettle Bakery in 2013, she has given the Northeast a taste of that childhood with her famous Welsh Cakes. These handmade cakes are the perfect cross between a scone, biscuit and pancake—soft, light, fluffy, and golden from the griddle. Today, you can get this traditional Welsh snack with dried currants, cranberries, chocolate chips or pineapples and coconut without hopping on a plane across the Atlantic. Smear on a dab of butter or jam and these scrumptious Welsh Cakes will warm your heart for sure!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Copper Kettle Bakery’s Welsh cakes have been featured in the Boston Globe, Cohasset Times, Dedham Times, Edible Boston and The Kitchen Scout.

Copper Kettle Bakery

Traditional Welsh Cakes Made in the USA

Growing up in South Wales, Helen Coates spent early weekend mornings in the kitchen surrounded by family and the smells of allspice and cinnamon. Since opening Copper Kettle Bakery in 2013, she has given the Northeast a taste of that childhood with her famous Welsh Cakes. These handmade cakes are the perfect cross between a scone, biscuit and pancake—soft, light, fluffy, and golden from the griddle. Today, you can get this traditional Welsh snack with dried currants, cranberries, chocolate chips or pineapples and coconut without hopping on a plane across the Atlantic. Smear on a dab of butter or jam and these scrumptious Welsh Cakes will warm your heart for sure!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Copper Kettle Bakery’s Welsh cakes have been featured in the Boston Globe, Cohasset Times, Dedham Times, Edible Boston and The Kitchen Scout.