Wellyd wrote: »
A vanilla ombré cake for a 90th birthday. It's ombré sponge on the inside but unfortunately didnt have my phone to hand to get a photo of it.
Lyra Fangs wrote: »
Made a birthday cake for my step-mom's 50th birthday. Stressed out having to transport it half way across the country but it got there in (more or less) one piece :P
Great looking stuff so far guys, keep them coming
sdp wrote: »
lovely! any chance of recipe ?
have rhubarb growing and can never get my crumble right
tampopo wrote: »
I've never had, nay, never seen a rhubarb crumble with a base!
That looks interesting. Will give it a go. thank you
Dizzyblonde wrote: »
I use a sweet shortcrust pastry for the base:
8 oz of flour
4 oz of butter
2 oz of caster sugar
A large egg
The crumble topping is an Odlums recipe and tastes great. It makes enough for two tarts on dinner plates or a huge crumble in a dish.
6 oz of flour - plain or self raising, I never notice a difference
4 oz of butter
4 oz of soft brown sugar (dark gives a better flavour)
4 oz of porridge oats
I just put it all into a large bowl and rub it all together.
*I stew the rhubarb in the juice of an orange then let it cool, and when I divide it between the two tarts I add the contents of a punnet of strawberries, chopped. I bake them for about 30 minutes at 180C
bigronnie9 wrote: »
Got a load of rhubarb from the parents garden (they were trying to get rid of it)... found this recipe, tried it out, success! Went down a treat with everyone, will be calling back up for more rhubarb!
**used shop bought pastry, dont think ive ever baked anything successfully before so wasnt willing to try making some from scratch!
SB_Part2 wrote: »
Made some cinnamon buns.http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d179/ocaulfield/IMG_6273%20copy_zpslkhxhu3w.jpghttp://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d179/ocaulfield/IMG_6277%20copy_zpsqirjacmu.jpghttp://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d179/ocaulfield/IMG_6282%20copy_zpshuhzi30j.jpg