Tea Time Treats ~ March 2014

Howdy doody foodie friends! Welcome back to a brand new & shiny Tea Time Treats!

Big thanks to Karen for February’s incredible Chocolate Tea Time Treats Round Up, she had a crazy busy month and you guys came up with some incredible sounding bakes.

Please note the new rule that Karen & I need a sample of each bake before the end of the challenge. Ahem. Right Karen?!

Tea Time Treats ~March 2014

Decorative Cakes

This months challenge will certainly be a challenge for me as I’m not a natural cake decorator. I actually broke my icing bag the very first time I used it. Oops.

My inadequacies aside, I just know I’m going to be bowled over by all the Pinterest worthy pics of your bakes & cakes, but I’d be equally happy to see some more rustic entries too. And if you find yourself mastering a new skill for this challenge, do let us know all about it.

Let your imagination run away with you and decorate with different icings, glitters, sugar work, fruit, flowers, veggies(?) absolutely anything! 

Tea Time Treats Linky Party Logo

I do hope you take this opportunity to hop around some new blogs too, and do leave a little smattering of comments as you go. It’s always nice to know who’s stopped by :)

Please take a moment to read the rules and guidelines below and do not hesitate to contact us if you need to know more about this event and how to participate. So, all that remains for us to say is, have fun and LET’S BAKE!

Janie x

Rules:

1. Post your recipe on your blog with a link to Lavender and Lovage and The Hedgecombers – mention the relevant month’s host and attach the Tea Time Treats logo as shown on the event page.

2. Add Tea Time Treats in your blog post as a label/tag.

3. The recipe can be one of your own or one you’ve seen elsewhere.  You are welcome to republish old recipes/posts but please add the information about this challenge.

4. Please be as creative with the theme as you like.

5. If you share your post on twitter please mention @KarenBurnsBooth @HedgeComber and #teatimetreats in your message and we will retweet all those we see.

6. You do not need to enter every month to join in with the challenge.

7. Your post can be submitted for other blogging challenges, just make sure this complies with the rules of the other challenge.

8. Add your recipe link to the live linky posted at the bottom of every challenge post.

9. If using a recipe from another person, book, website, chef or blog, you must link back to the original recipe and not reproduce the recipe in full in your post. You must also use your OWN images for the recipe and not the original images, unless you have permission to do so, with appropriate links and any other information requested by the photo’s owner added to the image.

(Copy and paste the code below into your Text editor to embed the logo into your blog post)
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Comments

  1. Karen says

    I am a rustic baker but I like a challenge that involves cake, so I am IN! Yes to the new rule too, samples to be sent, email me for my address! :-)

  2. Natalie says

    Fabulous – decoration is the main thing I’m trying to work on improving with my baking so this is a great excuse to try something a bit fancy. Should get lots of inspiration from the round up too!

    Congrats on your Food mag award by the way!
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    • Jane Sarchet says

      Claire, please jump in with both feet and show us your best (you can also link up to old blog posts if you have any, enter as many as you like)
      Janie x

    • Jane Sarchet says

      Please do GG, and there’s always the rustic corner which is actually loking rather busy at the moment. Where on earth are the fancy bakers & decorators…?
      Janie x

    • Jane Sarchet says

      What? Eh?? You’re making a cake of Postman Pat? Oh blimey, I think I may just sit this challenge out and let you talented ones take over :)
      Janie x

  3. Sarah James says

    So glad to hear the stories of breaking piping bags, makes me feel so much better cos I seem to make a mess every time I use one! Will enter my no piping required cake I made last weekend. Off to write a blog post :-)

  4. Jean says

    I don’t do icing either. Not well anyway.
    So I was a bit flummoxed when I found myself offering to bake a birthday cake for my mother in law’s big birthday. Thank heaven for Bundt cakes! A posh tin can make an ordinary cake look very special!

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