A Norfolk shepherdess has been inundated with orders since launching her new cheesecake side hustle. 

After her farming duties have been seen to Olivia Shave, from East Harling, can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen as she works tirelessly to meet the demand for her cheesecakes.

Since launching her new dessert business - named Cheesecake Norfolk Ltd- just eight weeks ago she is already stocking her bakes at businesses across the county as well as making individual orders for customers.

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The 49-year-old said: "It has gone absolutely bonkers.

"There is a huge demand for cheesecakes, especially homemade ones.

"The feedback has been phenomenal. People have been telling me it's like nothing else they have ever had. They are so light and fluffy.

"My cheesecakes are made with a lot of love and passion."

From Biscoff and Jammy Dodgers to pumpkin spice, Mrs Shave says she is open to any requests that are sent her way.

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She offers whole cheesecakes - available in six, eight and ten inches - as well as cheesecake-stuffed cookies and croissants. 

Orders are collected from her home and she also offers "first come first serve" ready-made cheesecake trays with different flavours which are available on Saturday mornings.

Some of Mrs Shave's creations can be found in places such as Thetford Garden Centre and East Harling Bakery.

She added: "It's really exciting.

"I'm spending a lot of long nights in the kitchen but I love it.

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"We also have a specials list that people can choose from. I'm already getting lots of Christmas orders.

"We are also hoping to break into weddings and events next year."

The new business venture comes more than a year since Mrs Shave closed her farm shop the Little White Lamb Co.

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The business, which has now been rebranded Ecoewe, now focuses on her flock's wool and she has even created her own knitwear clothing line.

Mrs Shave also continues to make her lamb boxes and ready meals for customers.

To order visit Cheesecake Norfolk Ltd's Facebook page.