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Balfours Frog Cakes Where To Buy

The frog cake is an Australian dessert in the shape of a frog's head, composed of sponge cake and cream covered with fondant. It was created by the Balfours bakery circa 1923, and soon became a popular treat in South Australia. Originally frog cakes were available exclusively in green, but later brown and pink were added to the range. Since then other variations have been developed, including seasonal varieties (such as snowmen and Easter "chicks"). The frog cake has been called "uniquely South Australian",[1] and has been employed in promoting the state. In recognition of its cultural significance, in 2001 the frog cake was listed as a South Australian Heritage Icon by the National Trust of South Australia.

balfours frog cakes where to buy

Frog cakes have long been regarded as a South Australian icon, and have at times been used to help promote the state.[6] For example, in 2001 frog cakes were given to judges during Joan Hall's final pitch in a successful bid to win the 2007 World Police and Fire Games for Adelaide.[7] While there have been tongue-in-cheek and satirical suggestions to build monuments to the frog cake, such as that made by Peter Goers,[8] a more serious recognition of the frog cake came in 2001 when it was one of the first items to be selected as a South Australian Icon by the National Trust of South Australia during the 165th anniversary of the state,[9] adding the frog cake to the National Heritage Listing as a "movable asset".[3]

Historically, the frog cake has sold well for Balfours, and at times sales have peaked in response to events surrounding the company. When the company was placed into receivership in 2000, a column in The Advertiser by Rex Jory called for people to support the company by purchasing the cakes, and in response sales doubled to an "all-time high".[10] Similarly, the 2001 inclusion of the frog cake as a South Australian icon saw a comparable increase in sales.[4] The success of the frog cake has led to imitations, and in response Balfours registered both the name and the shape of the product as a trademark in 2001.[3][11]

Iconic Australian Frog Cake by Balfours has never been as Glam. Green, pink and brown Freddo frog cakes are surrounded by a delicious pond of our signature 3D chocolate flowers filled with marshmallows and dried fruits.

Famous for their legendary sweet treats, Balfours presented guests with a huge table filled with their famous and traditional dessert products such as the custard tart, vanilla slice, lamingtons, doughnuts and their all-renowned delicious frog cakes.

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