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Stowmarket Suffolk

For the love of biscuits!

  • Stowmarket

This time bakers, we are going with a theme that Rachel suggested to me a while ago. As soon as she said it to me, I knew that this was an absolute must. We are going full on biscuit madness! Come on, who doesn't love biscuits? There is always a huge debate on what is the best biscuit (dark chocolate hobnobs, just in case you didn't know lol). But at this meeting it doesn't matter, we are going to embrace and love all types of biscuits.

How can I make a cake if the theme is biscuits you ask?

This members is simple, get them in your bake where you can! You can add biscuits to your buttercream or cake mixture, make a cake with the flavours of your chosen biscuit, add them on top for decoration or crumble them in between layers. You can even make a cake in the shape of your chosen biscuit, or if your feeling really adventurous, you can bake your own! The options are endless, as long as there is a biscuit element to your bake its fine.

Aprons and thinking caps on Stowmarket members, I can't wait to see what you all create!

Additional info

Drinks and any extras can be purchased at the venue.


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Who's Going?

  • Profile photo of Gill Charlton
    Gill Charlton
    Buttermilk Raspberry Shortcake
  • Profile photo of Rachel Norris
    Rachel Norris
    Oreo cake!
  • Profile photo of Lavinia
    My favourite biscoff biscuit cake!
  • Profile photo of Biddy
    possibly custard cream cake
  • Profile photo of Kerry M Charlton
    Kerry M Charlton
    Jammie dodger or ginger nut cake, or something else, still thinking!
  • Profile photo of lucy lawrence
    lucy lawrence
    ? not sure
  • Profile photo of Jeanne
    ? not sure
  • Profile photo of rachel
    chocolate biscuit
  • Profile photo of Valerie Mead
    Valerie Mead
    It's all about the Ginger!

Points to remember

  • Each cake must be large enough to slice into around 8 - 12 good slices.
  • Sorry, but no cupcakes, muffins, brownies, cookies, pies or tarts.
  • Anyone can join in. It's not a competition, no judging, just a lot of fun. And you get to take cake home.
  • A baker can bring a guest, but you must indicate this at the time of booking.
  • A cake loving guest does not have to bring a cake. They get to eat cake and can take cake home too.
  • Full location details will be sent via Private Message to those who have Booked a Place
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