A woman has launched a homemade cheesecake business after renovating a van into a pink-themed 'country kitchen' to make the treats.

Lauren Westall, 33, from Watton ran a portable food truck for three years named 'Country Kitchen' serving up hot food including waffles and doughnuts.

After taking a break over winter, Ms Westall relaunched Country Kitchen last month.

Eastern Daily Press: The Cookie Monster flavour The Cookie Monster flavour (Image: Lauren Westall)

Ms Westall and her partner revamped the van to create a Barbie-style pink kitchen to create the delicacies in.

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Eastern Daily Press: Inside the Barbie style pink kitchen Inside the Barbie style pink kitchen (Image: Lauren Westall)

She said: "We've been overwhelmed by the support so far and last weekend we sold 200 cheesecake tins.

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Eastern Daily Press: Lauren WestallLauren Westall (Image: Lauren Westall)

"We used to do cheesecake Easter eggs and those were a massive hit and there's been great feedback so far.

"From the first launch we sold out within 24 hours and we've been inundated with orders so it's exciting to see how we can grow."

Eastern Daily Press: The lemon flavoured cheesecake made by Lauren WestallThe lemon flavoured cheesecake made by Lauren Westall (Image: Lauren Westall)

Flavours include strawberry and white chocolate, the 'cookie monster' with Oreos and a lemon cheesecake.

One tin costs £3.50 or three tins for £10 and Ms Westall delivers around Watton, up to Swaffham and other areas including Shipdham, Hingham and Dereham.