10 Colourful Bakes


Ten colourful bakes

This month’s baking round-up from Helen at Casa Costello is all about colour in baking…

over to helen…

Colour in baking can look fantastic, whether it be in the decoration or the ingredients used. It’s not always necessary to use food colouring to create exciting colour combinations – fruit has proven a very popular way off adding that something extra. I’ve included a couple of savoury bakes this month that are equally colourful – the spinach and coconut yogurt cake made me gasp when I saw the inside. There are also a couple of tutorial posts in this month’s roundup – don’t miss CakeyBoi telling us everything we need to know about making the ever popular rainbow cake.

Pictured (top section):

Spinach & coconut yogurt cake from Veggie Desserts

Blackberry flapjacks from Utterly Scrummy

Rhubarb saffron yogurt cake from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary

Pink bubbles & roses bundt cake by Dolly Bakes

Raspberry scones with passion fruit & clotted cream by Taming Twins

Colourful fruit tart from My Little Italian Kitchen

(bottom section, left to right)

Orange & poppyseed scones from Super Golden Bakes

This wonderfully decorated bright colour celebration cake from Amelie’s House 

Salmon & mascarpone tart from BAKE

Tips on making a rainbow layer cake from CakeyBoi


And ten more colourful delights …

Chorizo, mozzarella & pesto pizza from Jam & Clotted Cream

Orange pound cake from Sumee’s Culinary Bites

Raspberry & blueberry tart from Franglaise Cooking

Rainbow cupcake frosting by Mummy Makes Cakes 

Raspberry & pink lemonade cupcakes by What Claire Baked

Creative eclairs from Made with Pink

Rhubarb & custard cupcakes from Katie’s Cakes

Lemon & coconut loaf from the Baking Bar

Lemon berry ice cream cupcakes by More Than An Occasional Baker

Blackberry & elderflower cupcakes form The Crazy Kitchen

Thanks so much to Helen for this amazing line up. What’s your most colourful bake? Let us know!

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.

Discussion2 Comments

  1. Thank you ever so much for including my rhubarb and saffron cake in your delicious round up! I’m off to read the rest of the posts now! 🙂

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