Friday, 17 June 2011

Fairy Cake Friday

I thought I would bring out the Domestic Goddess in me and do a bit of baking this evening, well what else can you do on a soggy Friday ?  all suggestions considered :)

 Nothing fancy just sponge with pink vanilla buttercream

Eccles Cakes

 Mix currants and suger together and put on rounds of puff pastry
pinch the tops together turn over and make a couple of slits, bake untill golden

   Cheese and onion quiche, flan, pie whatever you want to call it.
A small tip for anyone needing to blind bake I refuse to pay the price for ceramic baking beans instead I use dried chick peas they work just as well.

Now if I don't post this soon it will be Saturday and I'll have to change the title.
Have a good weekend 
Bye for now
Cate x


Bayside Rose said...

Cate, All I can say is yum, yum and yum :)

Pam x

Elizabeth said...

yummy! love the all the goodies! I might have to try those Eccles cakes for sure!
Love your new banner! Pretty pieces!
Have a lovely day!

delia hornbook said...

oohhh Cate those eccles cakes look lovely and so easy to make i have nd never thought of making those but i might have to now. And your quiche looks delicious i could eat that now with some new potatoes and salad and its only 8.30 am ;-)) have a lovely weekend, dee x

A Treasured Past said...

They look delish Cate. The kids have been nagging Carl to get our oven fixed so we can make a cake :( Have a lovely weekend, T x

Tabbyroo said...

I didn't realise eccles cakes were so simple will have to give them a go,it all looks scrummy Linda xx

Mum said...

Hi Cate,
Love the buns, well love all your baking but the buns especially. I usually can't be bothered with fiddly tops - must try harder. Your finishing touches look so pretty.
Thank you for popping in to my blog. Hope you enjoyed your visit.
Love from Mum

Elizabeth said...

Thanks for your sweet comment!
Hope your having a lovely week!