From tasty home made bread to colourful cupcakes and pretty choux buns, This week I have 5 Brilliant bakes plus the #CookBlogShare linky.
I know I say it almost every month but golly it only feels like yesterday I was writing last months Recipes Made Easy #CookBlogShare post. Here we are in September and the summer is pretty much over and there’s a definite autumnal feel to the days now.
Still that’s no reason to be glum as Autumn is the beginning of the baking season for many of us. Even the keenest of bakers can be reluctant to turn on the oven for a spot of baking in the heat of the summer.
And of course, here in the UK, it’s the time for the Great British Bake Off to return to our screens.
Since I started blogging back in 2016 I have been baking along with the programme and sharing my bakes here on Recipes Made Easy. This year I will be doing so again but from now on I will be sharing my bakes on my baking blog ONLY CRUMBS REMAIN
The first week was cake week, so I made this Apricot, Cranberry and pecan fruit Cake.
And so with baking back on the agenda it seems only fitting to share 5 Brilliant bakes from last week linky.
#CookBlogShare 5 Brilliant Bakes
Sticky Hands Vegetable Soda Bread
Helen from Family Friends Food shared a book review of Emily Leary’s How to Get your Kids to Eat Anything, along with the recipe for Sticky Hands Vegetable Soda Bread. I love making my own bread and this loaf looks delicious, I shall be giving it a go .
Choux à la Crème
Sylvie from A Baking Journey linked up these pretty classic french Choux à la Crème. Her post is really informative and full of lots of information so well worth checking out if you want to master this classic French pastry.
I love these Rainbow Cupcakes from Kat at The Baking Explorer. Everyone needs cake and everyone needs some colour in their life and these give both!
Florentine Petit Fours
Lost in Food shared the Florentines they made for one of their recent supper clubs. These elegant petit fours are one of my favourite treats.
Banana Bread with Chocolate and Cardamon
Now I love banana bread, I’m very partial to chocolate and I have a bit of a thing for cardamon so this Banana Bread with Chocolate and Cardamon from Claire at She Eats definitely has my name on!