The Ones to Treat the Family!

Here are the ones that are definitely for sharing – family tea times, get togethers with friends, just made to be shared.

Monkey Bread – sweet cinnamon bread, sticky caramel what could be better?  You can bake it in any kind of tin it’ll fit in so don’t be put off if you don’t have a ring tin.

Chocolate Frosted Traybake – one of the most popular recipes on the blog with hundreds of you already making this on a regular basis, if you haven’t already tried it it should definitely go on your list of things to try.

Golden Syrup Loaf Cake – another hugely popular recipe, and when it’s baked here it’s rationed, World War 3 has been known to break out amongst my boys when someone sneaks the last slice.  Oh and it’s egg free too if you need to bake for someone with allergies.

Ruth

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Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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2 Responses to The Ones to Treat the Family!

  1. Maxine says:

    Hi Ruth – I just wanted to say that I love your site and your recipes. I have made several of your recipes now and without fail they have gone down well with family and friends. Your instructions are always really easy to follow and I always recommend your site.
    A favorite in our house is your ginger cake recipe. Lovely and moist. I have taken to adding all spice to the recipe and the juice of a lemon to the icing to give a citrustwist.
    I recently made the syrup loaf cake and added cinnamon and two mashed bananas and that turned out well too.
    Thank you for making so many of these recipes available and sharing your baking tips and guidance. I enjoy your updates and look forward to trying many more of your recipes. The monkey bread is next for me!!!

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