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Raspberry Ripple Battenberg

raspberry-ripple-battenbergMy fun twist on the classic for Bake with Stork,  you won’t go wrong with this lovely tea time treat!  

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Halloween Cake Pops

Sweet scary ghosts and gruesome eyeballs in Cake Pop form – let’s get some spooky Halloween baking going on!

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My full tutorial for Bake with Stork complete with step by step pics right here

 

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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Lacy Chocolate Collar – How to…

Working with chocolate doesn’t have to be challenging!  How about making a lacy chocolate collar for your showstopper of a bake – here’s how…

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Rough Puff Pastry – Here’s How

Have you ever made your own Rough Puff Pastry? Maybe last nights#GBBO inspired you? In which case my video with Bake with Stork will help you on your way. It’s much easier than you might think and will give you a fab fab puff and rise.

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Braided Loaf – Here’s How

Inspired by last nights #GBBO Bread Week?  Here’s a quick video that you might just like – how to braid bread dough.  Would love to see your loaves!

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Chocolate Shard Cake

How to make an impressive White Chocolate Shard Cake in my project for Bake with Stork – obviously pink is my go to colour but switch up the colours and this cake is perfect for any celebration!

Find the full recipe, how to make the shards and assemble right here with step by step pictures included.

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Rainbow Speckle Cake & Strawberry Prosecco Traybake

A couple of bright summery baking projects to share with you today!

Rainbow Speckled Cake

First up a rainbow speckle cake – celebrating a birthday or just need an easy decorating idea to impress?  This Rainbow Speckle effect is easy to do and looks brilliant too.  

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Fortune Cookies

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With Chinese New Year very shortly (8th Feb 2016) let’s make some fortune cookies and welcome the Year of the Monkey!   These are great fun to do, and making your own means you can come up with all sorts of fortunes to share with your family, friends and loved ones – tailor them to suit!

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8 – Frosted Fancies

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So I’ll be honest from the outset, these frosted fancies are a bit of work, they’re not quick to do as there’s a fair few steps from cake making, coating and covering plus the decoration and there’s a fair bit of cleaning to do afterwards!  

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3 – Chocolate Penguins

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I have to admit I love making these little chocolate models, this year I’ve come up with these cutie pie little chocolate penguins, I’m sure you know someone who’d love one of these!

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You will need:

Round christmas tree chocolates

Lindt Lindor chocolates

Chocolate ready to roll icing (Renshaws – Amazon) or sugarpaste coloured dark brown

Modelling or flower paste (available in Sainsburys or Tesco)

Gel paste colouring in orange plus another colour for the scarves

Edible ink pen in black (Amazon)

A little pink petal dust (Amazon)

Small cake cards, a square of card covered in foil or a square of baking paper.

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