These colourful, fun Party Doughnuts are perfect for a celebration. Baked rather than fried, they may be a teeny bit better for you. Well, I did say maybe!
How is it final week of the Great British Bake Off already? Those last 10 weeks have flown by ands now it is down to Rahul, Kim-Joy and Ruby – but who is your favourite to win? My Party Doughnuts (Baked) could be a lovely treat for the winner?
This colourful Banana Funfetti Traybake is a fun and easy way of using up any over ripe bananas you might have isn your kitchen.
You may have noticed that I have been a little quiet on the blogging front this month. It is simply because I have been taking an impromptu break while the boys have been off school, so that I can enjoy my time with them. Of course this is not always the case with the bickering , moaning and shouting that goes on – and that is just me LOL! Seriously though, the 4 weeks we have had have flown by, and with less than 2 weeks to go now until the new school year begins, I have not been in a hurry to get back to blogging.
I actually made this cake back in July for a friend’s husband, but what with the holidays and the my #GBBOBloggers2016 bake along I have a few bakes that I have not yet posted, which is why I will be featuring them over the next few weeks!
I totally made this Jammy Dodger Funfetti Sprinkles cake design on a whim. My friend said that her husband liked a Victoria sponge with jam and buttercream, which was a relatively easy cake to make. BUT this is me and I don’t like to just offer someone a Victoria Sponge for a commissioned birthday cake – oh no! No, I like to add my own spin on it and when I was delving into my cupboard, I found some unopened packets of jammy dodgers, that I had bought a few weeks earlier for the boys as they were on a deal at Poundland (3 for £1 – what a bargain! Except, it was not a bargain as the boys did not like them!), and some sprinkles. I figured, and hoped, that being a fan of jam cake the recipient would also be a fan of jammy biscuits and everyone likes sprinkles don’t they?