One of the things I love about this time of year and the onset of Autumn are Halloween and Bonfire Night, basically any excuse to have a get together and bake lots of goodies for everyone to tuck into. I have to say I love any opportunity to get out my books and cook up some treats.
You can have so much fun cooking with themes; creating witches out of sponge cakes, using all kinds of sweets to decorate which the children love. A few more of my favourites are ghosts made of wispy marshmallow, moist parkin cake served with a steamy hot mug of tea, and all kinds of biscuits. It’s also a great way to get children involved.
Macclesfield is one the best places I have been for Halloween cakes, last year I was overwhelmed with the effort either made by children and parents that made the night really special.
On display were the the best cupcakes that tasted of treacle toffee, marshmallow ghosts, parkin cakes and mini witches & Gould’s created from sponge.
I have not seen the best arranged selection of cakes since my mother sat down and taught me to make simply fairy cakes, and the day she did I was so inspired about the idea of making my own cakes.
The day after I got up and made my first scones with turned out to tast like small bread buns I wanted to get better at what i did which inspired this business.
If your looking for a sweet fix check out the cakes on this site.