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    • angeltreats
    • By angeltreats 23rd Jan 10, 4:38 PM
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    What have you baked today?
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 4:38 PM
    What have you baked today? 23rd Jan 10 at 4:38 PM
    While I wait for the timer to go off, I'm just wondering who else is baking today and what yummy goodies they are making

    It's Australia Day on Tuesday and I have several Aussie workmates so I've made some Anzac biscuits to bring to work.

    Also while the oven was heated I thought I might as well make a cake so I've thrown a Victoria sponge in there and I'll sandwich it together with lemon curd, for a change.

    Anyone else baked something tasty today?

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    • Elliesmum
    • By Elliesmum 23rd Jan 10, 4:46 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 4:46 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 4:46 PM
    Just jacket potatoes today - not quite the same I know... Yesterday it was a lemon drizzle cake, which is nearly gone and tomorrow it will be banana cake and twinks hob nobs.

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  • wssla00
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 4:47 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 4:47 PM
    Quiche lorraine and vanilla ice cream (although not technically baked) to use up some cream and then later I will make toad in the hole and a chocolate fudge pudding

    Maybe even make some 4 ingredient scones using lemonade or some shortbread using cornflour... yum yum
    • Dazi
    • By Dazi 23rd Jan 10, 5:01 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:01 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:01 PM
    Twinks, Aunt Sally's Apple cake and coffee & walnut muffins
    • katierose
    • By katierose 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
    I made scones
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    • Mumof2
    • By Mumof2 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:22 PM
    I've come over all domesticated! Done banana and choc chip muffins and lemon drizzle cake - yummy!!!!

    What are twinks? I've heard of them a few times but don't have a clue what they are
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    • jammy dodger
    • By jammy dodger 23rd Jan 10, 5:32 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:32 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:32 PM
    cheese straws and jammy buns made here today , I'll try and find the link mumof2 for twinks i havent made them today as made some on friday
  • aliadds
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:36 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:36 PM
    Just making this tortilla for tea which will be washed down with a glass of red.
    http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1810/picnic-tortilla
    • jammy dodger
    • By jammy dodger 23rd Jan 10, 5:39 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:39 PM
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    • 23rd Jan 10, 5:39 PM
    her you go mumof2

    this is the recipe i use
    8oz sr flour
    8oz sugar
    8oz porridge oats
    8oz margarine
    1tbsp golden syrup
    1tbsp hot water
    1/2 tsp bic soda
    mix flour, oats and sugar, melt marg, syrup and water in a pan stir in bic soda and add to dry mix, mix well, make smallish balls and put on greased tray and flatten slightly with a fork, 180oc for 15 mins, cool on the tray, you just want them golden in oven not brown


    8ozs = 225 grams

    this is the recipe from TWINKS FAMOUS HOBNOBS sorry not very good at poating links but can just about copy and paste . if you do i search the full thread she did will come up. its used loads in our house
    • yorkie18
    • By yorkie18 23rd Jan 10, 5:42 PM
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    All your baking sounds yummy

    I'm still starting out in my domestic goddess ways, but today I have prepared a lamb pie for tomorrow's dinner & baked some jam tarts with the left over pastry. Tomorrow I'm going to tackle mince pies (wrong time of year I know!!)
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  • 1ubthrifty
    Just made some yummy rice pud coz I had some reduced cream to use up, also I have roasted some butternut squash and peppers as they were looking a bit pityful in the fridge (not much life left in them) with which I shall make a soup.
    • CCP
    • By CCP 23rd Jan 10, 6:13 PM
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    Carrot cake and a loaf of French-style white bread from the BM for me.

    I really must try making twinks some time - everyone on here seems to reckon they're brilliant and I'd really like to find out for myself.
    • Molly41
    • By Molly41 23rd Jan 10, 6:14 PM
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    I made a really yummy victoria sponge for my mom and some fairy cakes for the kids. Tomorrow I hope to make HM quiche and a cheesecake.
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    • pawpurrs
    • By pawpurrs 23rd Jan 10, 6:48 PM
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    Just made a Girdlebuster pie. Yummy!
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    Just made a Girdlebuster pie. Yummy!
    Originally posted by pawpurrs
    A what?! Lol! It sounds lovely & fattening though!
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    • bellaquidsin
    • By bellaquidsin 23rd Jan 10, 6:55 PM
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    No baking as such today but the pilchard pie I made for tea went down a treat and there's one for the freezer. Yesterday it was 2 large loaves and a dozen rolls and date and walnut scones.

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    • owlet
    • By owlet 23rd Jan 10, 6:57 PM
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    Only a spag bol for me today. It seems ages since I did any baking we have been trying to use up all the food gifts from Christmas. I think we are nearly there now . We took 4 tins of biscuits to work & put them in the staff room. That got rid of those within two days lol.
  • BitterAndTwisted
    I have just made my very first banana bread adapted from Nigella's recipe online after reading a thread about it on here yesterday. Of course I had to adapt it, I can never leave well-alone even when I've never made something before! It's turned out most beautifully and I'm so proud of myself I'm going to take it over to some friends for tea tomorrow afternoon. IF I haven't eaten it all by myself beforehand.


    PILCHARD PIE? I'm not a meat-eater so I'd be very interested in a recipe for that, if you can be bothered.
    • Zazen999
    • By Zazen999 23rd Jan 10, 7:03 PM
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    Cheese and leek mash with sausages; plus cinnamon and raisin bread and some rolls just going in the hot oven now...
    • mummyroysof3
    • By mummyroysof3 23rd Jan 10, 8:12 PM
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    i used my new bread maker for the 1st time and made some banana and choc cakes and attempted to make muffins but they didnt turn out so weel
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