Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Cake!

As the weather was so awful yesterday we stayed at home and found time to do a little baking. These are Malteaser cupcakes - a joint effort between Meg and myself. Meg tried her hand at piping the frosting and was looking pretty good!

A malted flavour sponge with rich chocolate frosting and topped with broken and whole malteasers - yummy! EDIT: You can find the recipe here.

9 comments:

  1. Wow Sally, these look totally scrumptious - I LOVE Maltesers! May have to dash out to the corner shop!
    Hugs, Sylvia xx

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  2. Oooh yummy Meg is so lucky having such a good cook to show her how these both look and sound mouthwatering XOXO Zoe

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  3. Hi Sally,

    Mr/ Blogger has not been letting me leave comments for AGES but at last I seem to be able to and I'm doing some catching up.

    All the baking you've been doing recently looks absolutely delicious and your crafty creations look equally scrumptious! I think my favourite is your 2nd Birthday Tea Party. So pretty!

    x

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  4. ooh they look yummy... please can i request a batch for the next blog girls day lol
    Lisa x

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  5. Ohh yummy, Sally. You certainly know what to do with a wet day. Meg's piping is brilliant. I may be borrowing her!!!! Will have to check out that receipe.
    I have a 10" chocolate cake to make for next week so we are having a trial run this week for Hubby's birthday so watch this space!!
    Hope you are enjoying half term, the weather is definitey better today isn't it.
    Hugs Lisax

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  6. Wow they look really scrumptious - off to check out the recipie

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  7. Hi Sal

    How yummy and scrummy do these look.

    Thanks for the recipe. Might have to give these a try sometime.

    Love Jules xx

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  8. Oh my word - these look delicious and wouldn't last five minutes in our house!

    Love
    Victoria
    x

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