Friday, 8 June 2012

Baking mad...


Just lately I've spent an awful lot of time in the kitchen.


I've made Regal carrot cake for the Jubilee celebrations,
Queen of Puddings using a National Trust recipe,
Chocolate cake for my Sister's 21st birthday,
Vanilla cookies for the Jubilee picnic
and I made attempted a Lego brick cake for my Brother's 26th birthday!

Phew ... 

.... all are long gone now!


I little reminder about the Jar of Love swap, there is still plenty of time to enter.
The more the merrier!

Have a lovely weekend,

Love Katie 

xxx


19 comments:

  1. Ooh Katie, your bakes look scrummy! Love the Lego brick cake!!
    Victoria xx

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  2. Yummy looking cakes. I bought my jar for the swap at lunchtime.....all very exciting. XX

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  3. I love the cakes . I think you may have inspired me to go and create. Melanie xx

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  4. Your baking looked wonderful....

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  5. Hi Katie, lovely to meet you, and thank you for visiting my blog. Yours is so pretty! And your cakes look fab - but you are obviously from a talented family, I've been looking at your dad's wood-turning.

    I really enjoy linking up with other Norfolk bloggers. It would be great if, sometime in the future, we could have a little get-together at a cafe perhaps. I read about bloggers elsewhere doing this and they say it's great fun.

    Anyway, doing the following thingy now, catch up with you soon! Lx

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  6. Hi Katie,
    You have been busy with all that baking, it all looks so delicious. Your sister must have loved that chocolate cake!
    Have a great weekend.
    Sarah x

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  7. Cakes and biscuits look gorgeous! Where did you get your Thomas the Tank Engine cutters from??

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  8. oh my those cakes just look amazing! I am trying to decide if I have time to enter the Jar of love swap as it sounds like a lush idea!

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  9. The cakes are wonderful, biccies too.
    I gather from your comment on Lynne's blog that you are in Norfolk as well? Snap! There seem to be a few of us, young and older.

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  10. Such wonderful bakes! I think the jar of love swap is brilliant and such a fab idea, I remember those matchbox competitions, it certainly brought back a memory reading that! I am very tempted to take part, but I already have a few swaps on the go- leave it with me, I'm sure I might be ever so swayed xxx

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  11. Hello sweet Katie, Your bakes look yummy and beautiful! You are a talented girl and have been very busy too! I am sure everyone enjoyed your goodies! Have a lovely Sunday sweetie! Love, Paula xo

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  12. My you have been busy what lovely things you have made xx

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  13. Hiya Katie,
    Wow you have been a busy bee!
    Such wonderful creations and made with love, I am sure..
    Wishing you a lovely week!
    Mariax

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  14. Oh my word - that all looks rather delicious.

    Nina x

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  15. Well, I have to go and dig out something yummy to eat now. This post have made me VERY hungry!!! ;-)
    Carly
    x

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  16. Hey Katie, Hope you're ok! Thank you for leaving your lovely comment over at Rubie Magpie, it's a pleasure, I'm just soooo excited about your swap, I can't stop looking for treasures. Trying to guess at the moment though as to what my partner might like. I'm also loving all your baking. You made my favourite, I just love carrot cake, it looked very 'Regal' indeed for the jubilee, fabulous! RM xxxx

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  17. wow darl they look brilliant! the Lego brick is amazing, how did you do it?

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  18. There is a surprise for you over on my blog.:
    http://all4meggymoo.blogspot.co.uk/

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