Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Great British Bakeware Giveaway!

Win a set of vintage style Great British Bakeware tins worth £55!


It's my blog's first birthday this week, so I though I'd celebrate...
Great British Bakeware Giveaway
Despite the fact my bakeware collection is now taking over our house, I just can't resist buying more. Imagine my excitement when I saw these? Why no-one has never made such pretty bakeware before is beyond me, but the new limited edition set of Great British Bakeware tins from George Wilkinson are pretty as a picture! And guess what...? I have a set to give away to one lucky reader! Oh yes I do! 
Great British Bakeware Giveaway
Made in the heart of Lancashire, these vintage style tins have a superior non-stick GlideX interior and a stunning duck egg and cream floral pattern on the exterior. They are just beautiful! They received a rather shrill sound from me when I first saw the pictures...

Great British Bakeware


So what can you win?

  • 8 inch cake tin (worth £13)
  • 2lb loaf tin (worth £8)
  • 14 inch baking sheet (worth £18) 
  • 12 cup deep muffin tray (worth £16)

If you just can't wait, you can get your mitts on this wonderful range at Amazon.

Great British Bakeware Giveaway

'How do I enter?' I hear you cry!

  • Simply follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter widget below - all entries will be checked and verified before a winner is announced.
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  • The competition runs from 30th January to 28th February 2013.
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Good luck folks!
Great British Bakeware Giveaway
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Congratulations to the winner... Danielle Woodman!

244 comments:

  1. These tins are so pretty! I think the first thing I'd use them for would be to bake a big chocolate cake and some banana bread :)

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  2. all the pans are beautiful , i would make all types of cakes.........................

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  3. Birthday cakes, mini carrot cakes and my favourite Cherry Loaf!

    Angela

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  4. I have four kids so I would use them for celebrations cakes! Also Mother's Day and Easter cakes - coming up soon!

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  5. Bread, biscuits, cake, you name it.

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  6. These are beautiful, I would use them to make cakes mainly :)
    xx

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  7. They would be lovely to make and present a mother's day cake

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  8. So pretty! I would use for baking goodies for family and friends.

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  9. For the upcoming birthdays - that seem to be a lot! I will be able to make them cakes :)

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  10. baking lemon cake or chocolate orange muffins

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  11. I would make apple and passion fruit meringue pie

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  12. Baking lovely lemon & lime cup cakes xxx

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  13. Baking is my therapy..x from chocolate cakes banana loaf and fancy cup cakes..x

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  14. We would use these tins for baking cakes we love to make iced victoria sponges and decorated fairy cakes.

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  15. My head is literally overflowing with new recipe ideas... these beautiful tins would go a long way to showcase them on my blog http://supergoldenbakes.blogspot.co.uk/

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  16. Baking a nice lemon drizzle cake and some choc fudge muffins. Hmmm

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  17. We'd make my daughters favourite banana loaf cake and some gingerbread men. I also really want to try baking some raspberry and white chocolate muffins although my diet will fly out the window if they work - yum!

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  18. Chinese New Year coming up and Mother's Day so I will probably use them to make chinese sponge cupcakes and then use the cake tin to make my mum an creamed mix fruit sponge cake of saying "We love you' on it. I love baking!

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  19. I'm starting a baking course in March and they would be perfect for that!

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  20. Lots of cakes, muffins and loaves

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  21. I would love to start baking again and these tins would be perfect, would start with the basic Victoria Sandwich

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  22. I'd use them to bake fairy cakes and a victoria sponge cake

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  23. I'd give them to my sister as a gift as she has just started baking! She could make some lovely cakes with my three little girls

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  24. to make some cakes for my mum for mother's day!

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  25. i would make some carrot cake!x

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  26. I would do carrot cake, cupcakes, a victoria sponge

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  27. These are gorgeous tins-i am always baking cakes and breads, so these would come in handy for that.

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  28. Mmm, they're gorgeous. I would definitely make a chocolate cake, banana bread, and then probably some cookies and cupcakes to decorate with the kids.

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  29. other half has recently started baking, she would love these to feed me her trial attempts!

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  30. What beautiful tins! I would use the round tin for a three tier red velvet cake, the loaf tin for my marmalade loaf cake, the muffin tin for a new turkish delight cupcake I'm working on, and the baking sheet for just about everything! Gorgeous!

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  31. JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING! I LOVE BAKING

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  32. Just been diagnosed with Coeliacs and its good to use separate tins from the rest of my household. With these lovely ones I would definitely know.

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  33. Really nice tins - Would make a great surprise Gift for my Mother :)

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  34. Id make cakes with the kids and come up with all sorts of ideas with them about what to put in them and decorate them with

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  35. These tins are really gorgeous! I am trying to make all our bread, cakes and biscuits this year from scratch and think these would make the task even more cheerful :)

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  36. I like to bake cakes for when we have visitors - scones, sandwich cakes, fairy cakes, muffins, flapjacks.

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  37. My son is really into baking at the moment - he'd use them for everything, but mainly cakes :)

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  38. I've become a friend of your blog as Tink Rhonda Lee Mse

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  39. I would get my boyfriend to make all types of cakes.

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  40. Endless Bread, cake, and muffin making for all occassions.

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  41. I'd make my Mum a coffee cake, meatloaf for my American husband and lemon cupcakes for my daughters x

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  42. I'd make a few valentine treats... a way to a mans heart is through his stomach!

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  43. I am following the blog (chanceuxvache) x

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  44. I bake my Mum and Mother's Day cake :) x

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  45. I have subscribed via google reader x

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  46. i am subscribed with gfc as mummy24

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  47. Desperately need new tins! Love baking anything chocolatey!

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  48. I'd do loads of baking with my 3 yr old grandaughter :-)

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  49. I have become a friend of your blog

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  50. I have subscribed to your blog via Google Reader

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  51. I haven't got enough baking equipment as I don't have any of these.

    Far too nice to put in the cupboard!

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  52. These are so pretty!!! I would make some equally pretty cupcakes, a lemon drizzle loaf and that's just for starters! Great competition!

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  53. I would give them a as gift to my Mam, she loves to bake.

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  54. I would give some to my mummy, she would like them!

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  55. I'd make some tasty treats for my family and friends - some carrot cake muffins, a lemon drizzle cake and my sumptuous malteser cake

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  56. baking cakes with my daughter

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  57. Whatever cake suits the theme of CCC! ;-)

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  58. Hi, celebration cakes for the round 1, new yummy loaf+ muffin ideas.

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  59. First off I'd make a lemon drizzle cake - our favourite :D

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  60. I'd make lots of cakes using recipes from the new CCC cookbook! x

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  61. I think I'd start with some muffins

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  62. I'd use them all they time-be amazing!

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  63. followed by GFC - username annweir2006

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  64. first thing i'd make would be muffins! as I am the muffin lady lol

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  65. I would use these tins for baking, of course!

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  66. Lemon Drizzle Cake or something else lemony!

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  67. Subscribed with Google Reader

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  68. Making lots of cupcakes and muffins with my little boy, he loves to cook.

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  69. Followed on GFC and I'd make cake!

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  70. Really pretty tins, lemon drizzle loaves and fruit muffins.

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  71. I'd use them to bake some dairy free goodies for my vegan daughter :)

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  72. i would make Blueberry muffins

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  73. I'd use the tins for allsorts of baking, but the main ones that spring to mind are a rich fruit cake, Bara Brith & Yorkshire puddings.

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  74. I've only started baking this year and love making coconut cupcakes. I like to try other recipes though :)

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  75. For baking cakes with the kids.

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  76. for bannana bread for my middle dhild whi is addicted

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  77. Bara Brith,Fruit loaf and sponge cake :)

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  78. I love baking sponge cakes and cup cakes

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  79. I would make a lemon drizzle cake and some chocolate chip muffings and then hide my tins because all my friends will try and borrow them they are fabulous

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  80. They are sooo lovely, I would make choc chip cookies first, then an apple and cinnamon cake. Yummy

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  81. making banana bread tray bake and coconut cake

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  82. Oh they are such gorgeous pretty tins and perfectly match my new kitchen decor which is pale blue! Vohn x

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  83. Baking with my young grandchildren, they love it1

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  84. I would first bake a lemon drizzle cake

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  85. I would make all sort sof things but especially fairy cakes

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  86. I'd use them to make deliciously fattening treats :)

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  87. I would bake chocolate muffins and a banana loaf first, then use them to practise making lots of other yummy treats.

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  88. I would use these for baking with my little boy, he's very fond of banana loaf and carrot cake so I think we'd bake those two first :)

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  89. Fruit cakes fairy cakes and all kinds of goodies

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  90. Lots of cake baking for my 2 babies birthday party

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  91. I've joined your site via the button on the top left. I would use these tins for an apple and banana cake recipe I saw recently.

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  92. Gorgeous tins. I'd probably start with Nigella's awesome Snickers and Peanut butter muffins.

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  93. Also joined your RSS feed and followed and liked on twitter and facebook. :)

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  94. Some nice fruit buns :)

    Simon.

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  95. baking cakes!

    anna m
    @ummziyad

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  96. Some peanut butter cookies. Mmmm

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  97. Tried to follow by clicking the link but got: We're sorry...

    We were unable to handle your request. Please try again or return a bit later.

    Am following via GFC - kristy Brown

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  98. I would make some lovely blueberry muffins with my little girl, a firm favourite in my house

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  99. cakes much nicer homebaked than shop bought

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  100. I'd bake a delicious cherry madeira in the loaf tin and serve it hot with custard

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  101. Bakin with my kids, our favourite at the moment is carrot cake

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  102. Would bake lots of muffins first!

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  103. I would make a fruit loaf, some yummy cup cakes, and a big batch of Rock Cakes

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  104. I could go on and on, I love baking! x

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  105. I would use the loaf tin to make my favourite malt loaf

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  106. I would make lemon and poppyseed muffins

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  107. I would use them for baking with my 5yr old son as he loves baking scrummy cakes :D

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  108. I would use the tins to help with the running of the baking society at my uni, to bake for the fundraisers and with teaching the local community simple bakes - Like your new recipe for the banana and chocolate loaf. Yum!

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  109. I would start with a ginger cake and some chocolate muffins. :)

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  110. A cake feast for my mums birthday! xoxo

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  111. Followed via google reader xoxo

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  112. I would use them for everyday cooking, I really need new ones and these are lovely.

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  113. What wouldn't I use them for they look fantastic. I would be baking Birthday Cakes, Cupcakes and Muffins just to name a few

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  114. Keen bakers here so would use them for everything especially cakes!

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  115. Would try to get the kids a little bit more involved in baking with them :-) a lovely Victoria sponge maybe :-)

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  116. They are so pretty, I would use them regularly in our usual cooking just for the pleasure of using such nice items. So bread, Mary Berry's cakes, Yorkshire puddings, mmmmmm!

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  117. I would use these to experiment a bit more. My current baking things consist of very cheap ones, that aren't too bad but they fall apart, or are too big. I have really got back into baking, so they would be a lovelt treat!

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  118. Lovely cake tins. My Daughter is trying to start her own business making cakes for a living and she would love these. They are beautiful.

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  119. i love these tins. i think i would take this opportunity to try out some new recipes

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  120. Hi,
    Joined site via google. :)

    Thanks
    Simon.

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  121. Baking cakes for my family :)

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  122. to make lots of cake, my fave at the moment is tea loaf. I adore these tins x

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  123. My teenage daughter loves baking and needs some decent quality tins

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  124. Muffins are my favourite but I want to try flavouring breads with cooked vegetables and olives so the loaf tin and baking sheet would be very useful.

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  125. I would make some good old fashioned fairy cakes

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  126. Jam and coconut almond sponge cakes, blueberry muffins, surprise buns, you name it - I'll make it!

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  127. l'd use them .............. for all my baking

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  128. lots and lots of cakes, i love baking :)
    Carolin x

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  129. Baking cakes and muffins - mostly anything with chocolate...

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  130. I'd bake up a storm for my house warming party

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  131. A lovely moist chocolate and banana cake

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  132. I would use these to make cakes...in fact my sisters birthday is coming up! ;)

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  133. I would use these to make various types of cakes - really pretty!!

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  134. Everyday baking. They're lovely.

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  135. First thing I would make would be apple cake

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  136. baking cakes for the boys to take to work

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  137. I would make some skinny muffins as I am trying to lose half a stone but struggling as I can't give up cakes and choc! If I could make some skinny cakes it could help matters lol!

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  138. Joined as a friend with GFC

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  139. I'd give these to my 14 year old daughter who loves baking cakes. She has a fabulous cupcake book and loves to experiment. Her cakes are to die for, especially the double chocolate gateaux she makes.

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  140. I would make some rock cakes

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  141. Baking chocolate chip muffins for hubby's lunchbox!

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  142. Making a delicious Chocolate fudge Cake!

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  143. It's my birthday next in our family so I'd have to make myself a birthday cake ....... or 2!

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  144. got to be chocolate chip cakes

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  145. I'm now following you via GFC :)

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  146. I'd make delicious chocolate and cream cheese swirl cakes!

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  147. I love baking allsorts with the kids

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  148. I would make some blueberry muffins and some ginger cake with these tins :)

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  149. I love baking a variety of cakes and my partner make the most delicious breads, so the tins would be put to very good use here

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  150. They are just so pretty! I'd use them to bake cakes for everyone!

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  151. What wouldn't I make with them?!
    The loaf tin; well that's easy, a lovely banana loaf always goes down a treat and is so simple to make.

    For the muffin tray I'd love to experiment with different flavour combinations of muffins. I'm thinking choc-chip, coconut and cherry!

    I'm not very confident at making nice big round cakes, so I would ever so kindly donate that tin to my Auntie, she's the expert at making a nice round sponge!

    And as for the baking tray, I'd attempt cookies again. Last time I made them, they spread and were rubbish. I need more practice :D

    Thanks for the giveaway :D

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  152. baking something lovely for my own local Clandestine Cake Club, which I have just joined (nervous!). There's a very lovely looking recipe in Dan Lepard's Short and Sweet that he said in his Guardian column that he baked for his wedding - a coconut mascarpone cake. I'm dying to give that a go and it would look so pretty in these tins...

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  153. FOLLOW ON GFC
    EMMA WALTERS
    @EMMAV6

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  154. Be a pleasure to bake in these pretties!

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  155. Baking I imagine but they might also make attractive plant pots lol

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  156. followed by GFC tamalyn roberts

    i would use the loaf tin to make my amazing lemon drizzle cake, i would use the sheet to make my cheese straws and i would get the children to make some choccie muffins with the muffin tray.

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  157. I would use them to make some delicious goodies for my kiddies.

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  158. I love baking cakes so I'd use them to make cakes regularly!

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  159. Following via gfc as Claire Trevor

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  160. I'd make a banana loaf cake first, and then a big orange cream cake, which the cream is baked into.

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  162. I'd do a chocolate & banana loaf, made one last week and the fiance loved it..be even nicer in this pretty tin!

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  163. i would make fruit cakes, and cherry coconut cakes.

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  164. Following on GFC Sophie Louise Buckle

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  165. I would love the the tins so I could bake some yummy cakes for my sons birthday

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  166. Ive suscribed via google reader Sophie louise buckle

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  167. I would bake with my three boys using these fab tins.

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  168. I've recently purchased Mary Berry's cookbook and would love to try out some of her recipes!

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  169. im following via GFC - Rebecca Phillips

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  170. Would probably make something involving chocolate, perhaps a death by chocolate cake and a banana and chocolate chip loaf cake - both firm favourites in our house !

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  171. We would make great use of these. My daughter loves googling or recipes, or redoing the recipes she's used in her food tech classes, and if I'm lucky, I'll be able to use the muffin tray for savoury muffins, like butternut squash or red onion and cheese

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  172. What wouldn't I use them for??!

    First on the list would be a take on a Victoria Sponge - chocolate sponge filled with cream and cherries..and a nice multi seeded loaf :-)

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  173. My 14 year old daughter (who loves baking) would make very good use of these tins! She's getting quite skilled in her baking talents - and I am appreciating her results! YUM

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