Sweet and Savoury Sunday Link Party #54

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Welcome to week #54 of Sweet & Savoury Sundays!
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How has everyones week been? Not so long ago I made these Cranberry Frangipane Squares, the recipe was from Australian Women’s Weekly and they are going to be featuring it on their Facebook page in the upcoming weeks! I’m so excited to have it featured, I have a number of their books and love all their recipes. You can follow me Facebook here.
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Thanks for all your entries last week, I’ve had some much fun looking through the all. We’d love for you to link up all your recipes, crafts and DIY projects again with us, tell all your friends to link up too :) Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
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So what are you waiting for, join us now and let’s have some fun!!
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Let’s get this party started!!
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After you’ve viewed my favorites this week, make sure to stop by and see The Velvet Moon Baker’s and Cooking For the Seven Drawfs favorites as well!
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Baking In Pyjamas Favorite:
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The Best Peanut Butter Cookies from Lou Lou Girls
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link party 53 favourite 2
Triple Chocolate Guinness Cake with Easy Baileys Irish Creme Anglaise by Love and Duck Fat
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link party 53 favoruite 3
Creamy Lemon Layer Pie from Pink Recipe Box
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Most Viewed:
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Peanut Butter Fudge Brownie from Love Bakes Good Cakes
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If you’ve been featured please feel free to grab one of our buttons for your blog. If you weren’t featured here, hop on over to The Velvet Moon Baker’s and Cookin For The Seven Drawfs blog and see if your recipe, DIY, craft, etc was featured there! :)

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The Rules:
. Link up your DIY, Crafts, Recipe, Family related posts – Link up no more than 3
. Visit at least 3 other links and leave some lovely comments to let them know you stopped by
. Please note by linking up you are giving your hosts permission to use your images if you have been featured, with link backs to your blog.
. Grab a party button and pop it on your blog.
 

Baking News!

Baking News (10.03.14)

* I think Spring has arrived a little early here in our part of UK, we’ve had some beautiful days filled with warm sunshine we even saw a butterfly in our garden yesterday, you’d think we were headed for Summer and not Spring! I’m loving the warm air so I hope it stay’s around. The day’s are getting longer too, I love the extra hours of light.

* At our farmers market we spied some beautiful tulips that we couldn’t resist buying. We’d just bought a new vase and were on the hunt for some seasonal flowers to fill it and these glorious flowers were perfect. I can’t stop taking photo’s of them. If you follow me on Instagram you’ll of seen them already. We bought three bunches, a light pink bunch, a peachy yellow bunch and a pinky orange bunch. All the stunning shades blend perfectly together.

* It’s a special someone’s birthday at the end of the month and his birthday treat of choice is a cheesecake. I’ve never made cheesecake before. I tried a sticky toffee baked cheesecake the other week and it was a disaster. It tasted horrible and it wouldn’t budge out of it’s tin, then when it did finally break free it collapsed in my hands! We could only stand there and laugh. So cheesecake two was the total opposite. Pure cheesecake heaven!! It tasted amazing! Totally amazing! My partner told me to put it in the freezer and oh my, frozen cheesecake is a must, it’s like ice cream but cheesecake ice cream. I need to make a cheesecake themed ice cream I think. We had to throw it away to avoid eating the whole thing in one go, it’s that good! Best cheesecake ever. I’ll share the recipe with you guy’s when I make it next. It’s need multiple re-makes just to soothe my new found cheesecake addiction!

* I’ve finally started my Easter baking with two themed treats being made this past weekend. Both were a big success, I really can’t wait to share them with you.

* Has anyone else been baking Spring inspired treats yet?

* Sweet and Savoury Sunday Link Party #51 reached over 100 link ups! How great is that?! I hope you all link your projects, I love reading your posts and seeing what you’ve all been up to. So what are you waiting for, link up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday Link Party #52 now!!

* I hope everyone has a great start to there week :)

Here are two minty themed treats that I can’t wait to try when the warmer weather makes an appearance.

- Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream from Wallflower Girl - My favourite ice cream flavour just got healthier, love it!

- Mint Limeade from One Sweet Appetite - This year will be the year that I make homemade lemonade and I’m going to start with this one!

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Baking News!

baking news march 1st

* Happy first day of March! I love this month, it’s a very special someone’s birthday this month and it’s the first month where spring starts to make an appearance.

* Easter is also on it’s way. I enjoy baking easter treats, I’ll be dedicating March to all things easter-y. Hot cross buns, fun little sweet things with mini eggs, easter breads, cakes, dainty cakes and many more goodies. I can’t wait!

* Is there anything you like to bake this time of year? Leave me a comment and tell me all about it.

* We’ve got the first sings of spring in our garden, a few daffodils have bloomed and our plum tree is developing blossom! I love blossom, it’s such a beautiful flower and really signals warmer times ahead.

* Is spring starting to glimmer where you are? I hope it is. Have a great weekend everyone!!

Here are some recipes that have caught my eye from the hundreds of blogs that I follow.

- Plum and Honey Syrup Cake from Harvest – I can’t wait for our tree to bare it’s fruits this year so I can make this seasonal cake.

- Brownie Batter Granola from My Happy place – Brownie for breakfast, yes please.

- Scratch Cinnamon Roll Cake from Portuguese Girl Cooks – This is going to be made very soon, watch this space!

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