Get involved with Good Food’s BBC Children In Need Bake Sale!

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If there are two things we love here at Foodies100 it’s baking and getting a warm glow in our hearts from helping those in need. Rather brilliantly, those two things have come together with Good Food’s BBC Children In Need’s Bake Sale.

what is it?

A selection of BBC stars, baking bloggers and all-round good eggs have come together to create special recipes. By donating some money to BBC Children In Need, you can download a recipe and create some magic in the kitchen.

what kind of recipes ARE THERE?

You can choose from crispy chocolate cakes by Radio 1 DJ (and Strictly star) Scott Mills to lemon and ginger Pudsey biscuits by GBBO‘s Nancy. You could even go for Pudsey’s tea party chocolate orange cake by Foodies100 blogger Holly Bell or monster cookies by Foodies100 top boss Sally Whittle. Check out the full list of recipes.

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?

Simply donate at least £2 and you’ll be emailed a code to download the recipe of your choice. You can also take part in #GoodFoodBakeSale Twitter chats happening every Thursday at 7pm throughout November where all things CAKE will be discussed. We’ll see you there!

 

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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