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Bring on a Merry Christmas with an array of plum delights by M&H Bakery in Lucknow!

Be it a cutesy cupcake or a grand gifting hamper, M&H has something for each celebration, this Christmas season

Calling onto the merry vibes this holiday season, M&H by Madhurima is baking a host of sugar delights to whip up the Christmas joy in Lucknow! A premium dessert destination, Milk & Honey is back to win the hearts of all sweet-lovers in town, with an exclusive menu of addictive grubs, that goes beyond the selection of plum cakes. Be it a cutesy cupcake or a grand gifting hamper, M&H has something for each celebration and your pick is just an order away!

Think Cake, Think M&H

Milk & Honey bakery by Madhurima is all about Christmas extravagance right now and if you too believe that life's batter with cakes, you need to get your hands on its festive special offerings. From traditions to trends and a lot more, M&H is churning an exquisite blend of festive munchies, including macaroons, cupcakes, doughnuts, cakepops and of course, the Christmas mega-star plum cakes!

And that's not all, the menu also covers the nutty goodness of cookies and cakes, to tune your festivities to a sweet note. Baked with love and without eggs, the entire M&H Christmas catalogue is 100% vegetarian to make sure nothing separates you from your delish-favs here! With drool-worthy preparations by its side, this master patisserie has every recipe to cast away your winter blues and paint your palate in the colours of all things merry!

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It does not quite feel like Christmas until you have the right dose of hearty and cute, to go along with your jingle bell hums! So hop aboard the M&H open sleigh for a sweet-i-licious time this Christmas and dash along with a host of magical, soft, melt-in-mouth treats, fresh from the oven for you and your loved ones!

Location: Madhurima Sweets Vibhuti Khand, Madhurima Sweets Patrakar Puram, Madhurima Sweets Raebareli Road

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