TPW November Challenge

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.

November is the month of Children in Need, Blue Peter’s Bake a Difference campaign, Movember and lots of other fund raising events.  Baking for a good cause, for a bake sale or a coffee morning is always a good idea.

So, for November this Pink Whisk wants your best traybake recipe, anything goes, as long as it’s baked in one whole, can be chopped up into individual servings and sold to make a fortune for a bake sale!


You can win yourself this fabulous Fridge Freezer, supplied courtesy of Argos, who provide a wide range of and fridge freezers  and washing machines for all your whitegood needs.

Also included in your prize is of course an exclusive Pink Whisk Apron and jar of Super Zingy Lemon Curd handmade by me!

It can be a recipe you’ve devised yourself or an old favourite (just make sure you credit the baker or book it’s from and write the method in your own words).

To enter:

If you blog – feature the recipe on your site, comment on this post making sure to include your name/blog name, URL and title of your recipe. Posts mustn’t be historic and must be published after the challenge launch post.  Please also include a link to The Pink Whisk Challenge.

If you don’t blog, I’d still love you to enter the challenge and share your recipe.  Upload your photo to the Pink Whisk Challenge group on Flickr and post the recipe in the comments section below your pic and Bobs your Uncle, that’s your entry into the Challenge done!  (You will need a Flickr account)

 If you tweet – Tweet @thepinkwhisk with a link to your recipe/entry and I will retweet it to the baking mad masses.

The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries received. The winner will be notified within 28 days of the closing date. The prize is as stated: no alternatives, cash or otherwise, are available. This competition is open to UK entrants only.

All recipes will be featured in a round up at the end of the month, with links to your blog/recipe and you have until Sunday 27th November to submit your recipe.

Time to get Tray-baking!

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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28 Responses to TPW November Challenge

  1. Francesca says:

    Hi Ruth, I cannot access the link to the Pink Whisk Challenge Flicker page to upload photos – any ideas? Thank you.
    And thank you for sharing this challenge and supporting Children in Need

  2. Janice says:

    Ah traybakes, haven’t made those in a while. Will have a think.

  3. Francesca says:

    Thank you, I think it’s working now 🙂

  4. Karen says:

    Here is my entry for the challenge! A gingerbread tray bake!
    Thanks for another GREAT challenge!

  5. Karen says:

    Sorry, that is:
    Karen at Lavender and Lovage
    Dark Sticky Gingerbread
    and the link is:
    I have added the pink whisk as a tag and also have several links back to your site and to the challenge here!

  6. Hi- I made a vegan pumpkin spiced cake;
    (Can be made with eggs and normal milk too though, but it is so tasty and lots of non vegans request the recipe!)

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  8. Helen says:

    Hi! here is my recipe for cranberry, apricot and chocolate flapjack at

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  10. Hi! I would like to enter your November Traybake Challenge – Carrot, Date and Pecan, and Butternut Squash and Ginger Traybakes at

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  12. Heather says:


    My entry is S’more Brownies 🙂

    Much love,

    Hef’s Kitchen x

  13. Ruth Ellis says:

    Here’s my challenge post – I went to town and made two marshmallowy traybakes – Peanut Butter Marshmallow Rice Crispie Slice, and Mint Chocolate Marshmallow Brownies.
    Very naughty, and very delicious – and dairy free!

  14. Kristine Basnett says:

    Hi just got my entry in I made a leftover Christmas cake traybake, with my leftover fruit from making my boozy fruit for my Christmas cake. here it is :

  15. Jean says:

    Hi Ruth,
    I made pumpkin and ginger traybake for Children in Need.

  16. Lauren says:

    Hi Ruth, I love your site! I don’t have a blog of my own (yet) so I have added my entry to the filkr group –

    I can confirm that they are very morish haha!


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