Bake Off Round 2

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T is for Tasty apple pie fries dunked in warm custard

and Tayberry of course...

After having a manic couple of weeks with a visit to Moda and Beta in between, sadly meant that our Tayberry Bake off had to be put on hold. Now we are back into the full swing of it and what better way to return, than with a warm batch of freshly baked apple pie fries, with a choice of hot custard or cream for soaking up all that delicious goodness.

We are a fan of adding that Tayberry Twist to our products, so why would we stop at baking? Putting a sweet twist on the idea of french fries made them MUCH more exciting. 
Moreish apple pies compact into sumptuous, little sticks making it incredibly easy for dunking into a cup of custard, cream or tea -  A perfect afternoon treat in the office.

We didn't get to take many pictures because we were too busy munching, but if like me your taste buds are now tingling, then I am sure you can imagine how well these treats went down.

Here is where Susan got her inspiration:

There are lots of other goodies on here to make you want to get straight in to the kitchen!

The competition is getting hotter and it is my turn next...EEEK!

Wish Me Luck


Tayberry Bake Off Week One

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There is no justification needed when it comes to cake, after all it must be somebodys birthday somewhere in the world, so with that, we would like to raise our forks to anyone who has ever had a birthday...

We love getting a bit muddy here at Tayberry, especially if that getting muddy involves a big, gooey chocolatey mud cake. After countless bake-off inspired discussions we thought it was time to do our very own.
One Rule: It has to be Tayberry themed.

First up was Helen and her mud cake - A heavenly layered chocolate cake, smothered in a delicious fudgey icing. Some naughty little critter had been circling the top in his wellies, he was definitely hoping for a spoon full.

So after many hours of watching the clock to see if it was teatime yet, 4pm finally arrived and with it brought a pot of tea and plates and napkins (We were going to need them for this mud feast.)
So with our hands firmly on our mugs of tea, we had our forks and wellies at the ready to delve in.


We have decided on one a week to save us from rolling out of the office on a Friday, tea and cake for the next 6 weeks doesn't sound too grueling, I think I could get used to this.

All this chocolate talk is making my mouth water, Lucky I have some sweet smelling brownies cooking up a sugary storm in the oven.

I planned this one well.


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