Ten at Ten (73): Delicious Bakes

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 Baking

This weeks Ten at Ten is by Lucy who writes the beautifully photographed Supergolden Bakes packed with mouthwatering recipes.

My name is Lucy and I’m a book designer by day, food blogger / baking fanatic by night and mum of two 24/7. I started my blog – Super Golden Bakes 8 months ago to document my baking experiments and it has taken me a little by surprise just how much I enjoy working on it. The following selection of recipes cover most aspects of baking (and beyond) from biscuits and eclairs to tarts and layered cakes – each one more delicious than the next.

1. Strawberry Milkshake Cookies by Jo Blogs Jo Bakes
These strawberry and white chocolate cookies look incredibly enticing and sound heavenly. Soft centred and crisp edged? Sold!

2. Strawberry & Champagne Duffins by Sophie Loves Food
‘Hybrid’ desserts are all the rage right now. Here doughnut joins muffin in a marriage made in heaven.

3. Blueberry & thyme curd Tarts by My Golden Pear
These mini tarts look like little jewels – too pretty to eat. Gorgeous summertime flavours too.

4. Fig, yoghurt and walnut cake with pomegranate and pistachio by The More than Occasional Baker
This colourful creation combines some of my favourite ingredients and looks absolutely beautiful. An occasion cake to impress with.

5. Blackcurrant & Vanilla Eclairs by Blue Kitchen Bakes
Is there anything more heavenly than an eclair? A little tricky to make perhaps, but these unusual Blackcurrant & Vanilla ones look well worth the effort.

6. Rocky Road Ice Cream by A Kick At The Pantry Door
What better sweet treat to make this summer than ice cream? And in convenient individual portions too.That won’t stop me from having more than one but the good intentions are there.

7. Summer Fruits Jam by at Fab food 4 all
Not strictly baking I suppose. But it could be used in baking… and looks utterly delicious. I don’t see it lasting long, so perhaps this recipe should be tripled.

8.Fruity Chocolate Loaf by Utterly Scrummy Food For Families
This chocolate loaf contains bananas, berries and wholemeal flour so it’s practically health food in my book.

9. Black Forest Cake by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary
A modern take on the retro classic – layers of rich chocolate cake sandwiched with whipped cream, topped with homemade brandied cherries and chocolate. Yum!

10. Messy Salted Banoffee Pie by Mbakes
Banoffee Pie in 30 degree heat. Foolhardy? Definitely – but you wouldn’t really know it by looking at this gorgeous pie.

Delicious!  Many thanks to Lucy for her round up – which of these are you inspired to bake this weekend?

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Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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