Here’s a way for you all to get involved in the No Child Born to Die push to end the hidden hunger…
Time for The Pink Whisk Challenge…and this one is dedicated to Save the Children and the Hidden Hunger campaign.
Lots of lovely traybake recipes were submitted for The Pink Whisk November Challenge Here they are in all their glory! But first, the winner of November’s Challenge, chosen at random is…..
- who is the lucky winner of a fridge freezer kindly supplied by Argos.
My traybake recipe to kick you off on The Pink Whisk Challenge for November – Apple & Sultana Flapjack with yoghurty topping – I have to admit that this recipe is more about the topping than it is the flapjack!
Righty ho! On to the November’s Challenge. I know I planned to keep it seasonal but I’m going off course already! There is, however, a good reason.
The Pink Whisk Challenge has been such a fabulous success with lots of you sharing your best apple recipe Here they are in all their appley glory! But first, the winner of October’s Challenge, chosen at random is…..
Harvest Apple Cake from Karen at Lavender and Lovage
So to kick off The Pink Whisk October Challenge here’s my apple recipe for Toffee Apple Tart.
150g plain flour
65g butter, cold
25g caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
enough water to combine (2 -3 tablespoons)
70g fresh breadcrumbs (about 2 slices of fresh bread, blitzed)
1/2 tsp cinnamon
2-3 large apples
(unpeeled my apples weigh about 550g, you will need enough apple that when peeled, cored and diced will cover the top of your tart case.
October sees the start of a new monthly Pink Whisk baking challenge – there’s so many lovely recipes and lots of great baking out there I thought it was time you shared it with me (you could win yourself a great prize too – but more on that in a minute!)
At the start of each month I will set a baking challenge based around a seasonal ingredient, and also reserve the right to throw in something random occasionally too (probably glitter!)
October’s challenge is Apples – still bountiful at this time of year and I’m always looking for great recipes to use them up.