BAKED BY YOU AT HOME - FOR US ALL TO ENJOY!
02 November 2016
Oh wow – wonderful bakes in the last month! Superb ombre cake here – thanks Sammie. We just love these cakes, especially when made so easily with our mixes, it allows you more time on the decorating! Ombre cakes are very much on trend and are still a popular wedding cake choice too. Sammie used one and a half packs of our Orange Cake Mix and created a lovely, triple layered orange and lemon ombre rose cake! Ombre means a shaded tone or varying tones and comes from a French word.
Much loved Nadiya from last years Great British Bake Off filled the London Cake & Bake Show Stage with her demonstrations using Wright's Plain Flour! Well, only the best is good enough for the best!
Debbie made these Chocolate Fudge and Orange Marble Cakes using our cake mixes - half a pack in each loaf tin.
No it won't count as part of your 5 a day but these raspberry & grape topped Toffee cupcakes went down well at Edith's recently - they look lovely!
And here we have Till;s delicious Carrot Cake, made from our mix and choc-full of raisins, apple & dried mango on a bed of crunchy linseed. Till used aloe vera juice, in lieu of water, (so it's good for your skin) plus he seemed to channel his inner Jackson Pollock with the frosting - et voila – Till’s Carrot Cake Collage!
Sue in Crewe who purchased our Orange Cake Mix a few months ago and made a tray bake with it. Sue filled it with orange curd and topped it with a buttercream swirl and orange jelly slices. The tray bake has proved to be a favourite with regulars at Sue’s charity cake stall every month for Alsager Animals in Need which she runs with her Mum. Many of their cakes and tray bakes are made from our cake mixes and Sue confirmed that the Ginger cake mix made as two 1lb size loaves is also a good seller for the charity. Sue thanked us for such a good selection of cake mixes and we want to thank her for such a lovely message and beautiful image!
Who doesn't love an apple crumble? Who would have thought about using our Toffee Mix to make the crumble topping? I am so glad Sammie did!
Dawn created some awesomely autumnal fresh, home made bread to dip in her stew with our Malty mix!
Love this microwaveable pudding idea – click here for the
link on this one and observe Till’s creation from home – no difference really –
yes, our tried and tested recipes really do work! As Till said “it’s the quickest no-oven Orange & Chocolate
cake ever. Thanks Wright’s Baking for
the yummy recipe! It took me a whopping
12 minutes and I threw in some brandy, too!”
Linda created this Owl Cake for her daughter with our
Chocolate Fudge Mix, covered in buttercream and chocolate buttons and flakes.
Linda said she produced this cake “with excellent results”. I think it looks amazing and worthy of a wolf
whistle which none of you will hear so, twit twoo!
Thanks to Heather for her lovely message: "I was lucky enough to get a bag of
Toffee Cookie Mix from the recent Cake and Bake Show, yummy - I will be making
some more!" They look amazing!
Thanks Peter for sharing your delicious looking Fondant
Fancies! The red hearts in the image are made with our Chocolate Fudge mix and
the orange squares are from our Toffee mix. Well, your secret is safe with me -
Peter won a Twitter Competition #GBBOTwitterBakeAlong during The Great
British Bake Off’s Batter Week with these, saying the first step (of making the
cakes) was very speedy, but the decoration took far too many hours! Shame –
they look so beautiful too!
Oh that's nice and nutty Angie - thanks. Angie added almonds
to her Mixed Grain and it looks awesome - bet it tastes amazing too!
And some of you are so saucy! Allan tweeted us @Wrightsbaking earlier, showing off his Oat & Linseed loaf, made from our mix and thinking of entering the next Great British Bake Off! Allan asked, "Do they allow you to use mixes & breadmakers in bread week?" I don't think so - nice looking loaf tho!
Thank you all so much - Deb the Bread