Welcome to March 2019 #BakingCrumbs Linky featuring 5 Traditional Bakes! If you’ve got some sticky toffee pudding, treacle tart or chocolate sponge pudding on your mind you’ve come to the right place! There are other traditional bakes too so make sure you check them out.
And here we are again! We’ve entered what is the first month of Spring and even though we got treated to a sneaky peak of warmth and sunshine at the end of February I’m not too hopeful we are completely out of the woods as far as wintery chill and gloom is concerned. How cheerful am I?
Thank you so much to all of you who continue to support #BakingCrumbs and linked up to February’s Linky over at Jenny’s Apply Too Face Blog. If you haven’t had a chance yet, pop over to check out all the fantastic bakes shared last month. There were so many delicious goodies and chocolate theme definitely dominated with so many fantastic recipes like
Jenny’s at Mummy Mishaps Oreo and Cadbury Caramel Egg Brownies
Choclette’s at Tin and Thyme beautiful Chocolate Log
and so much more…
Thanks again to all of you who joined!
Now onto this month’s 5 Traditional Bakes
Rebecca’s take on traditional treacle tart in the form of a Danish pastry is both gluten-free and vegan. What a fab excuse to indulge in dessert for breakfast!
What a perfect teatime treat! I do love Clare’s serving suggestion of butter and cheese. They would go so well with this lovely fruitcake!
Caraway seeds in a cake I hear you ask? It is a British classic after all! This old-fashioned cake has been given a modern twist both in looks (gorgeous bundt shape) and flavour (added lemon and lemon icing too). I would love a slice with a nice cup of tea please!
Cori’s (Coriander Cooks) Chocolate and Miso Caramel Sponge
Who doesn’t like chocolatey sponge puddings? Cori took hers to another level with her gorgeous miso caramel sauce. Heaven!
And yet another classic from Rebecca. Her Sticky Date and Toffee Pudding is not only gluten and dairy free but it doesn’t have any added sugar in the sponge either only lovely sticky dates sweetness baby!
WHAT I RECREATED IN JO’S KITCHEN LARDER LAST MONTH?
I haven’t been baking a lot recently with the exception of few regularly occurring delights requested by the kiddos like these Healthy Banana Muffins which I can pretty much bake with my eyes closed and on auto pilot and my Pumpkin and Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread on hubby’s request. I have also been making a lot of pancakes getting ready for upcoming Shrove Tuesday (any excuse will do really) and to update my How to Make Classic Pancakes (Crepes) guide with some step-by-step photos and additional helpful advice for perfecting those rascals!
As February has been a bit hectic I needed something quick, easy and providing huge gratification to my taste buds so I went with Jenny’s Easy Chocolate Brownies and OMG they were divine. I went with Jen’s advice and didn’t skimp on quality chocolate and final product was exceptionaly fudgy, rich and literally to die for. Thanks Jen!
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PIN TRADITIONAL BAKES – #BAKINGCRUMBS MARCH 2019 FOR LATER!
NOW ONTO MARCH’S #BAKINGCRUMBS LINKY.
IF YOU’VE GOT A BAKE TO SHARE, JOIN IN WITH #BAKINGCRUMBS!
Baking Crumbs is for all of those sweet and savoury bakes, where there’s the potential for crumbs! Pies and pastries, cookies and flapjacks, cakes and cupcakes, brownies, meringues……..
HERE’S HOW TO JOIN IN:
- Please include a link to this post on Jo’s Kitchen Larder and also a link to Apply To Face Blog. Please, please, please include a link to both of us! Running a linky is really time consuming and we both put a lot of work every month into commenting on and sharing your delicious delight! Thank you lots!
- We decided to do away with the badge you needed code for as it was proving quite problematic. You are welcome to still use the image for the linky if you want though although it is not essential.
- Link up to 3 new bakes with a clear image, using the linky below. (Feel free to contact me if you have any problems doing so).
- Where applicable include the source of the recipe, though do use your own photos.
- Join me in making this a great baking community by sharing the blogging and baking love! Do spend some time commenting on, sharing, and yumming those bakes which catch your eye using the #BakingCrumbs hashtag so people know where you’ve come from!
Feel free to Tweet us @JoKitchenLarder and @applytofaceblog using the hashtag #BakingCrumbs and we will re-tweet all those that we see.
And why not use the hashtag #BakingCrumbs on Instagram too!
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Please note, by linking up you are giving myself and Jenny permission to use your photograph in the round up and on social media too.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM JENNY & MYSELF:
We will both be commenting on all of the bakes entered into the #BakingCrumbs linky. We will also be sharing your delicious bakes on Twitter, as well as Pinning and Yumming them (where there is a ‘Yum’ button)! At the start of each subsequent month (usually on the 1st) either Jenny or myself will share a ‘highlight’ round up, as well as highlighting what we were tempted to recreate in our own kitchen that month.