Clover SA’s Best Bakes

by Claire Minnaar


Baking is a pleasurable hobby and can just as easily become a pleasurable family action. With Clover in the driving seat, the spotlight naturally falls on dairy in all its formats. Best Bakes brings you inspiration from all over the world, with the emphasis on popular and classical baking, while that beloved South African baking tradition also finds a place.

Most recipes have been modernised and the author have experimented with new taste combinations. If you enjoy serving baked creations with a twist, this is the book for you.

A percentage of this book’s profits is donated to the Clover Mama Afrika project.

About the Authors

Recipe developer Lyn Woodward is a jet setter who collects insights and ideas during her many exotic travels. Apart from being a qualified chef and a Cape Wine Master, she writes and lectures, and also works as a food stylist.

Food stylist Natalie Bell, born and bred in Johannesburg, lived in rural France for a year before applying her considerable talents to a career in food styling which by now has spanned more than two decades.

Book Information

  • Compiler: Clover SA
  • Photos: Full colour
  • Category: Recipes
  • Binding: Soft cover
  • Format: 210 x 280 mm
  • Pages: 160
  • ISBN: 978 0 7993 6446 0
  • Price: R194.95 each
  • Publication date: May 2014

Where you can buy Best Bakes book

The book sells at R195 at all major book stores and on AND the best part is 15% will go to the Clover Mama Afrika project.

About Clover Mama Afrika

The Clover Mama Afrika project started as a humble project 10 years ago and has since developed into Clover’s flagship CSI programme. The project currently has 40 Mamas who run successful care centres throughout South Africa. These remarkable women collectively care for over 15 500 children and 2 500 elderly people, many of which are abused, orphaned, homeless and vulnerable.

The Clover Mama Afrika project received the Rural Development Award at the 2nd Annual SA Premier Business Awards hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry in 2014. The project won the award for recognising and promoting community projects that are part of Government’s strategic interventions in poverty alleviation.

Clover’s part in this project is to empower these Mamas with vital skills such as: cooking, baking, sewing, crocheting, business management, food gardening and bread baking skills. Over and above the training sessions these women are all supplied with the necessary tools, equipment and infrastructure to create an income for their communities. For more information on the Clover Mama Afrika project visit:

The project is proudly supported by Eqstra Fleet, Mix Telematics and Expeditors.

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