Monday, 21 October 2013

A Bit Of Baking....


Time has been spent in the kitchen.

The School Cake and Bake Sale descended upon us.

I saw these on Pinterest and thought they would be good to make.



It was hard not to do the whole...one for the school....one for me.....one for the school....one for me thing. It's very hard to resist a fresh cookie batch straight from the oven.


Find the Recipe Here

These were really quick and easy to make......and fun to eat too!

XXX

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures !
    http://www.demoiselleaparis.com/

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  2. they are fabba-roooony huni, xxxxx p,s your cheering me up im stuck in the office counting down the hours hehe

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  3. Hi Vanessa, love these !! It's raining here at the moment so baking seems very appealing.
    Going to post off my innocent hats today....thanks for the inspiration.
    Jacquie x

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  4. I had to read this post peeking from behind a cushion ;o)
    Very clever and I bet they went down a storm.
    love jooles xxx

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  5. They look like fun biscuits! :)
    I always hated the "bake a cake" events when my son was at school - the recipe which always worked, always failed in that stressful time, so I took the stress away, and bought them from Tesco and popped them in my own container. Cheating I know, but less stressful and school still benefited!

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  6. thank you for sharing this recipe : it seems so yummy!!!!
    xxxx Ale

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  7. Ohhh perfect! We have a Halloween bake sale this Friday, now I know what I'll be making! Thank you for the inspiration! Chrissie x

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  8. Just brilliant - so clever and perfect for this time of year.
    Kate

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  9. Wow they look great..will give them a go.

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  10. Oh Vanessa, I also wanted to say a big thank you for posting the details of the Innocent hats on your blog last week. I had a go this weekend and so enjoyed making a few to post off - they are so quick to do aren't they ? I have posted about my little hats on my Blog today and linked back to you.
    Kate x
    justpootling.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Fabulous bakes! Those spiders look amazing! Thank you for the inspiration, Vanessa!
    Helen x

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  12. Simply cute and they also must be delicious!

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  13. They look fantastic! Bet they also tasted delicious too :-)

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  14. Love them, my daughter would love decorating them, thank you for sharing, and love all your storage jars and tins in the background... sigh :) xx

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  15. These are so sweet! Thanks for sharing! Have a beautiful week! xo Heather

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  16. They look wonderful. You've just reminded me I should have been doing the same thing today for my littlest's playgroup. I might have a go at these.

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  17. Those look so cute and sweet!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!! :) Happy new week! xo Holly

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  18. They're brilliant, really effective. I bet they sell really well.

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  19. Yum!!! I love crunchy spiders especially when they are made of chocolate!!!!!
    Sandy

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  20. Thank you! I've been looking for a easy, yet fun Halloween baking recipe for this weekend and I just fount it :)
    Claire xx
    http://somewhereyonder.blogspot.co.uk/

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  21. Aww they're surprisingly cute considering I dislike spiders immensely! Good idea :-) I need to get on Pinterest more, infact I just need to remember my password haha

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  22. Oh so sweetly spooky... and just what I need for the school cake and bake sale on Friday. Thank you so!

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